Diamond Ikat "George Sand" Tie-Up Shirt Jacket -Green and White – AYESHA
Diamond Ikat "George Sand" Tie-Up Shirt Jacket -Green and White
Diamond Ikat "George Sand" Tie-Up Shirt Jacket -Green and White
Diamond Ikat "George Sand" Tie-Up Shirt Jacket -Green and White
Diamond Ikat "George Sand" Tie-Up Shirt Jacket -Green and White

Diamond Ikat "George Sand" Tie-Up Shirt Jacket -Green and White

$145.00 SGD
A jacket that does double duty as a top, with a structured silhouette showcasing curved lapels.  At once crisp and polished while giving off playful, retro vibes, say hello to the George Sand jacket. Belt it up with its broad sash for a body hugging fit or wear it open as a regular jacket, this is a must-have in every wardrobe, for all ages and genders. And don't miss the little embroidered button detail. A little flower power as you suit up and get ready for whatever is ahead! 
The Story Behind The Jacket : 
French novelist, memoirist, and journalist,  Amandine-Lucile- Aurore Dupin, born in Paris in 1804, who took on the pen name , "George Sand" is the muse for this silhouette.  She was one of the many notable 19th-century women who wore male attire in public, often without the required official permit! She lived independently, questioned society and rejected its sexual categories. She was ambitious and career-driven, in a time where only men dominated various fields. Aurore, as she was known to friends, decided she would have it all, too and succeeded in beating heavyweights like Victor Hugo and Honoré de Balzac as far as popularity went. She wrote and spoke about her political views, supporting the poor, working class and women's rights. So when you wear the George Sand jacket, remember to wear it boldly, joyfully and with aplomb! 



Ikat is a dyeing technique used to weave patterns into textiles. It uses a technique called resist dyeing, where threads are tied and dyed before weaving. One of the most noticeable and unique attributes of surrounding an Ikat pattern is the blurriness in the design. It can also be considered to be a global design movement that spans across the centuries and originated in Asia. The word “ikat” has Indonesian and Malay roots, roughly translating to mean “tie and bind”.The handloom Ikat fabrics sourced by Ayesha originate from the weaving cluster of Telangana, India.


  • A tie-up jacket in a handloom ikat fabric.
  • Features organic shaped, wide double lapels
  • A broad sash with loops for a more fitted silhouette.
  • Embroidered button detail.

100% handloom cotton. Hand wash cold with similar colours. Do not bleach. Do not soak.  Do not wring. Dry in shade in reverse. Iron on reverse.

 SIZE & FIT [Available in Medium]

  • Height of Model :5'9"
  • Fit: Straight, fitted look
  • Size: M