Fashion lovers, we hear you! We've combed Seminyak's shopping scene to give you the lowdown on Bali's most popular fashion stores around - from budget boho and sophisticated splurges, to island chic, designer classics, and everything fabulous in between!
Bali Fashion. We get it, and we’re with you! Almost every woman with a heartbeat wants to shop up an indulgent, tropical storm on her holidays, so here’s your guide to Bali’s most popular stores and where to find your fashion fix – from sophisticated silk playsuits to island-boho, maxi dresses, and everything in between!
We’re talking summer and resort wear royalty here: slip dresses, romper shorts, jumpsuits, evening dresses, cute camis, leather skirts, gorgeous kaftans, crochet cover-ups, new bikinis, shoes, bags, accessories… and more! So go forth and conquer – you deserve it [all]!
Auguste The Label
Auguste the Label is a Byron Bay-born, Bali brand that has taken the island by storm in just a few short years. Following the roaring success of this iconic boho brand’s first Seminyak store, it was only a matter of time before the floaty frocks and vintage florals hit the relaxed, free-living life of Canggu, right next door to our fave Island Stay, The Slow. And what a perfect fit for the island Auguste is. The easy wearing dresses, tops and shorts by the Australian label will see you beachside with your feet in the sand, or pounding the festival floor in your best biker boots. The gorgeous cuts and feminine prints here can turn any island chick into a stunning goddess.
Auguste The Label, Jl Raya Seminyak & Jl Batu Bolong No. 97 p. (+62) 812 9464 0429.
Uma & Leopold
If there could be only one, would this be Bali’s ultimate feminine clothing, handbags, shoes & accessories mecca? You decide. A favourite for their cotton, linen, silk and slinky dresses, playsuits, cool tops and just divine resort wear range, Uma & Leopold are a well-priced favourite for high-quality and high design. Their pieces proudly showcase the brand’s unique handwork signature detail of kerawang, embroidery, hand beading, and leather weaving. But as divine as the fashion is their leather goods – purses, clutches, bags and, oh, those shoes… Their Ipanema Sandal is Bali’s best-seller, but their flats will also give you and your budget a deserved, red-hot go.
Uma & Leopold, Jl Oberoi 77x, and Jl Sandalwood 8b, Seminyak.
This is where things get really glam. French-born, Bali-based designer Magali Pascal has a range of stores through Seminyak and Petitinget, showcasing her chic fashion label. Her collections combine luxurious silks, laces and organic fabrics with refined embellishments – urban vintage with a French flair. You can find beautiful, fancy silk dresses through to beautifully tailored cotton pieces, perfect for your work wardrobe once back in the real world.
Magali Pascal: Oberoi Store – 177x Jl Kayu Aya Oberoi; Seminyak Store – Jl Raya Seminyak no.65; Petitenget Store – Jl Raya Petitenget no.900.
Little Joe Woman
Laid back luxe meets pure Bondi chic at Little Joe Woman by former supermodel Gail Elliott. Adding serious fashion cachet to the island, Little Joe Woman is all about capturing that jetset, supermodel style. Think glam island attire that screams beach babe [not beach bum]: silk lingerie, floaty frocks, leather sandals, off-shoulder tops, tote bags, and handmade panama hats from Ecuador – perfect for summer fests, high season parties, or simply sunning yourself around the world in ultimate supermodel style.
Little Joe Woman, Jl. Petitenget No.198, Seminyak. p. +62 (0)361 4735964.
Bali Boat Shed
Island stylin’. This row of brightly coloured shed boxes smack in the middle of snazzy Seminyak is home to a fab range of maxi and cute little dresses, playsuits, tops, kaftans, swimwear, accessories and more. They also carry their own range of Mister Zimi dresses, and you can style up the man in your life with their major range of cool, menswear pieces. Our faves: for her – too many to mention (though cherrylicious dresses are up there); for him – the flamingo button-up shirts, for sure.
Bali Boat Shed, Corner of Jl Kayu Aya and Jl Petitenget, Seminyak Bali.
A collaboration of two gorgeous sisters, Surya Paulina and Ratna Katarina, the Paulina Katarina label brings beautiful sophistication to the shopping scene in Bali. Their designs are eclectic, feminine and provide graceful silhouettes for all occasions. Making their mark throughout Southeast Asia, the label has two stand alone boutiques in Bali, with the newest in Seminyak. Alongside the signature collections, Paulina Katarina has also released the “Archipelago Mini Series” and “Wanderlust Premium Resort Wear”, both of which are featured in the new Seminyak store for your shopping pleasure!
Paulina Katarina, Jl. Kayu Jati 18x Petitenget, Seminyak (across from Motel Mexicola) p. (+62) 361 756646.
Mrs Sippy Bazaar
The swanky new pool-bar powerhouse in town, Mrs Sippy Bali brings you the best of what Bali has to offer all in one place – including shopping! The Mrs Sippy Bazaar delivers a one-stop shopping experience within a vibrant venue alongside gourmet bites, cocktails and swimming in the sunshine. Tucked in the corner right at the entrance to the bar, the Bazaar features leisure wear, swimwear, sunglasses and accessories which all fit very nicely with the Mrs Sippy experience and style. Showcasing gorgeous Indonesian and locally produced labels [including, Innika Choo, Sir the Label and Pared Eyewear] it’s really hard to walk out empty handed.
Mrs Sippy Bazaar, Jl. Taman Ganesha, Gang Gagak 8, Seminyak, p. (+62) 361 335 1079.
Silks, lace and handmade embellishments in elegant feminine shapes and pretty pastels – this is the Lulu Yasmine trademark. The perfect place to splash out for a big event or buy a few signature pieces just because you’re worth it. No matter how puffy your eyes may be, no matter how badly your hair may behave, putting on a Lulu Yasmine ensemble will make you feel a million dollars.
Lulu Yasmine, Four boutiques in Seminyak and one in Ubud, Flagship store is located at Jl Raya Petitenget No. 100XX, Seminyak.
This little beauty offers a unique mix of uber-cool clothing, accessories and homeware ranges exclusively in Bali, as well as a gorgeous, in-house brand of clothing and accessories (also exclusive to their stores). So, think: designer sunnies, swimwear, cute accessories and jewels, trinkets and hip fashion pieces. Then, plan your social calendar to show them off!
Kiosk Store, Jl Kayu Cendana No. 1 (opposite Bali Bakery, Seminyak Square), or Kiosk Store 2, Jl Raya Seminyak no 65 (near Mades Warung), Seminyak.
Lost in Paradise
Lost in Paradise is Bali’s most iconic streetwear label, dishing up all the latest trends for a damn decent price. Whether you’re after a whimsical kaftan or body-loving party dress, their packed-to-the-brim stores will see you looking saucy. Each shop caters from head to toe; shoes, bralettes, jewels, swimwear, and hats are on offer for both men and women. The whole wardrobe can get a makeover.
Lost in Paradise, Jl Raya Seminyak No. 34, Seminyak.
Marrying chic casual with summer upmarket style, Palma Australia nails the Bali-boho-babe brief beautifully for island or coastal living. And oh-so naturally. Whether for beach walks, sunset cocktails or smart casual days at work, Palma offers signature pieces in silk, cotton or rayon using the latest printing and dying techniques. We love brands like Palma who were inspired by Bali’s tropical lifestyle so much that they created beautiful fashion ranges, to let us live that lifestyle every day. Anywhere.
Palma, Jl Raya Seminyak & Jl Drupadi No.1, Seminyak, p. +62 8214 7430355
Picturing yourself pool-side with flowing, brightly coloured and sparkly threads billowing gently in that ocean breeze? Or a fan of the exquisite Camilla fabrics, kaftans or dresses, but can’t afford to splurge? This is your place. Filled with more budget friendly versions (as no silk or swarovski crystals involved) of the international jet-set kaftan styles, Sundays offers a colourful range of statement prints, dresses and dee-vine resort styles to swan around in and feel like a queen.
Sundays Resortwear, Jl Kaya Ayu, Seminyak.
Body & Soul
The Body & Soul babe is likely to be seen wearing a peplum top and smart box pants, with a coffee in one hand and a laptop in the other. With a predominately grey, black and white colour palette (ok, with pops of block colours), updating the wardrobe is high on the agenda at Body & Soul. And it seems that every day is sale day, so you really can’t go wrong.
Body & Soul, Various outlets in Batu Belig, Seminyak Square, Legian (incl Factory Outlet) and at Beachwalk, Discovery, CarreFour and Mall Bali Galeria centres; Flagship store is located on Jl Raya Seminyak 11, Seminyak.
With her strong following in native Australia, Natasha Gan has multiple stores in Seminyak showcasing high-end, luxurious fashion designs (along with homewares and swimwear featured in some stores). The label creates progressive, strong and sexy collections with beautifully constructed, quality pieces that are worthy of the higher-than-average-Bali-fashion prices – it’s all about the value and craftsmanship, don’t forget.
Natasha Gan, Various locations including Jl Raya Seminyak No. 61A, Seminyak.
Bali’s best panama hats of international standard (amongst everything else gorgeous inside)? We think so. Souq’s international, elegant ranges are unlike anything else on the island. Souq’s fashion pieces (and elegant café) are all beautifully showcased in this vast, impressive showroom with floor to ceiling treasures. Think racks of Jaclin Chouchana bikinis, MKANH lace slips and Laurence Pasquier staples, but our faves include their panama hats, designer children’s toys and anything for the wardrobe.
Souq Store, Jl Basangkasa #10, Seminyak (at the end of Jl Seminyak, near the corner of Jl Mertanadi).
Everyday summer chic, born in Bronte Australia and made in Bali. With simple but fashionably designed cotton, linen and silk island and summer essentials – slip or maxi dresses, romper shorts or cool wide legged resort pants, cami tops or long sleeved throw-ons – Frockk is high end, quality dressing. With two locations to choose stock from (Seminyak and Ubud for the core range, Batu Belig for other and sale items), Frockk is well worth a visit for investment, everyday pieces you’ll wear over and over again – bringing any worthwhile cost-per-wear ratio down.
Frockk, Jl Cendana #1 (Opposite Seminyak Square), Seminyak.
So you’ve checked in to your fancy five-star digs in Seminyak only to discover your outdated clothing collection isn’t quite doing the infinity pool snaps justice? You’re not alone, girlfriend, this is a common crisis on arrival in Bali! Make a mad dash to Beachgold and your pain will be a distant memory. Dreamy resort-wear with a twist of boho – yes please.
Beachgold, Jl Laksmana 54, Petitenget.
If it’s a quick on-trend addition to the wardrobe you’re seeking, Bamboo Blonde is a no-brainer. A fresh mix of brands like Motel Rocks and Faithful the Label compliment their own in-house collection. Colours, prints, bralettes, accessories; it’s all there catering perfectly to the Bali/Australian beach aesthetic with pretty pieces aplenty. With nine stores covering Batu Belig, Ubud, Nusa Dua and Seminyak, you don’t have to travel far. And if that wasn’t enough, our supermodel girl crush Inka Williams was the latest face for the label. Love!
Bamboo Blonde, Various stores island wide including Jl Laksmana, Oberoi, Jl Batu Belig and Jl Batu Bolong.
Swimwear. All the swimwear. Endless, glamorous, glorious racks of swimwear. We’ll take one of everything, thanks. From a classic navy push up two-piece to boho prints and wearable dream catchers, no one will be leaving empty handed. But with a full spectrum of price tags, the level of splurge is in your hands. But bring the credit card just in case… you’re on summer holidays, after all.
Thaikila, Jl Raya Seminyak & Jl Petitenget, Semiyak.
Founded by creative director and designer Sarah Wilkinson, Sancerre is inspired by Bali’s culture, landscapes and people – and really, it’s no surprise at all! The brand taps into Balinese craftsmanship and their designs feature batik, tie-dye and open cutwork embroidery, with summer vibes written all over them. Made for lounging by the beach (with a Mai Tai in hand, of course) the collection covers embroidered Bohemian dresses and breezy tunic tops that your inner flower child would love. Going on a night out with the girls? Then opt for a sheer maxi dress or – if you dare – a pair of statement harem pants. MC Hammer, you’ve got nothing on us!
Sancerre, Jl Seminyak 2A, Cnr Kunti 1 (Up from Made’s Warung and near Shelter) or Jl Kayu Jati No. 2A, Seminyak, p. +62 (0) 813 3712 8080.
Founded in 2004 in Seminyak after a stint designing for Victoria’s Secret in New York, this international designer is all about swimwear, beachwear, and anything that proudly sings Summer Lovin’. His swimwear range is huge – with every style, form, print and colour for almost any body shape – and so well priced. So you’ll need two of everything, surely? With seven stores across the island, you’ve no excuse not to stock up.
Nico Nico, Jl Petitenget, Seminyak, and Jl Batu Bolong, Canggu.
If you plan to get wet in Bali, Drifter Surf has the coolest surf and street gear and all the non-fashion essentials as well, for guys and girls. Created in 2009 by two surfers who live in Bali, Drifter represents and houses the independent works of those helping to redefine the surf culture and generations. It’s Seminyak’s best place to chill and appreciate the clothing, the large library of hand selected books, the artwork, the surfboards, the myriad of memorabilia that honours surfing. We love that they support Bali constantly through fundraising events and associations with Project Clean Uluwatu.
Drifter Surf Shop and Cafe, Jl Oberoi #50 (Jl Kayu Aya) Seminyak.
Playful, colourful, island vibes infused into delicious fabrics and relaxed fits – what more could any Bali shopper ask for? The Mist wardrobe demands to be worn with a hair-do of salty curls and a face full of freshly stamped freckles, roaming on the beach or bar hopping in Seminyak. Your balmy life in Bali is officially sorted.
Mist, Jl Raya Seminyak 42, Seminyak.
Indigo & Rose
Indigo & Rose is home to a gorgeous collection of beach basics and block prints. Their ikats, embroidery and jumpsuits scream summer and will induce a floaty, flirty attitude for Seminyak sunsets and coconut cocktails.
Indigo & Rose, Jl Laksmana, Jl Raya Seminyak, Seminyak.
You can’t miss a 69 Slam store. Or fan. This loud and proud brand is known for its boisterously printed underwear, boardshorts, and bikinis. With shops found everywhere from Russia, Vietnam, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Tahiti, they’ve got to be doing something right. And in Bali, everything is on show.
69 Slam, Five locations across Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak (Bintang) and Jl Batu Bolong No. 74 Canggu.
Bali might be a shopping mecca, but it’s surprisingly lacking on the underwear front. Hence we thank the heavens for Gooseberry Intimates. Sexed up with elegant lace and fine details, every set is French-created and just begging for that holiday romance to happen. And how good do they look sprawled across the bamboo recliners at our fave island stay, The Slow [pic above]? Swoon!
Gooseberry Intimates, Jl Kayu Aya No.117, Seminyak.
If you like your fashion inspired by the planet’s most exotic destinations – you know, Morocco, Mexico, India, Costa Rica and beyond – then Puravida is your one stop shop. Tribal prints and delicate fabrics abound, you can quite literally feel the love channeled into every Puravida item. Puravida produces, dyes and prints all of their clothes and fabrics in Indonesia, embellishing them with a wide selection of sequins, beads and beautiful embroidery. Various locations around Bali.
Puravida, Seminyak: Jl Raya Seminyak 38b & Ubud: Jl Monkey Forest.
With an eccentric range of art deco statement pieces, Biasa flirts with the concept of fashion; pushing boundaries and calling the customer that isn’t afraid to be bold. Garments are immaculately crafted, offering timeless additions to the wardrobe. The kind of items that will stay in your wardrobe a lifetime, and will be complimented for years to come.
Biasa, Jl Raya Basangkasa No. 47, Seminyak.
If you’re inclined to feel a stab of guilt floating around Seminyak treating yourself to material treasures, then take a trip to Uluwatu Lace and pretend you’re spending money for the good of preserving a local tradition. Any excuse will do, right? This heritage brand seems to be in a phase of reinvention, making their signature style relevant and on-trend without loosing a smidge of authenticity.
Uluwatu Lace, More than ten locations nationally, including Jl Laksmana, Seminyak, and Jl Monkey Forest, Ubud.
Let’s talk shoes: Mimpi Mannis is another “cannot miss” for the foot list. Sandals are their piece de resistance, with a medley of bright colours, neutrals and animal prints that will turn any outfit into a fun and funky fashionable fiesta. Check out their cute clutches, too while you’re at it.
Mimpi Mannis, Jl Kayu Aya, No 37, Seminyak.
The Jetset Gypsy brand has declared its wear for beach, dinner, and dancing. The name says it all, speaking to the tribal type that takes glamour to the globe. Coloured bags and pillows compliment sheer white dresses, cutesy bralettes, floaty tops and lovable loungewear.
Jetset Gypsy, Jl Petitenget, Seminyak.
See you in Seminyak – stat!