Solo is a city that is still thick with Javanese customs and culture. The city of Solo or Surakarta is very upholding cultural values because it is known as one of the core of Javanese culture and traditionally is one of the development of Javanese tradition. The prosperity of this region since the 19th century encouraged the development of a variety of Javanese literature, dance, culinary arts, fashion, architecture, and various other cultural expressions. People are aware of cultural “competition” between Surakarta and Yogyakarta, giving birth to what is known as “Surakarta Style” and “Yogyakarta Style” in the fields of fashion, dance moves, leather puppets, batik processing, gamelan, and so on. One example of the tradition of clothing, is applied in the preservation of Javanese traditional fashion culture through uniformity of government clothing or costume clothing for cultural preservation. This Javanese traditional costume is preserved in the Surakarta city government and is worn every Thursday on weekdays. The language used on Thursday also must use Javanese, both in official / official or informal events or ordinary conversation. Besides Thursday, other days are also used to preserve culture, especially to preserve cultural products, especially batik. Batik clothes in the Surakarta City government are worn on official working days on Tuesday and Wednesday. Surakarta City Batik is very meaningful like LURIK Batik which means Straight in Dedication and Sincere in service.