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the sun above Rat Is
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[ Tanjong Bungah/Tanjong Tokong ]
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Tanjong Bungah
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[ Tanjong Bungah/Tanjong Tokong ]
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Convent Light Street
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[ Convent Light Street ]
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Kimberley Street
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[ Historical Commercial Centre ]
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sunrise at the water
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[ Waterfront District ]
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dressage
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[ National Horse Show hosted by Penang Turf Club ]
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Orange

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 507
July 13, 2011 11:10am

Baju kebaya nyonya are timeless pieces. These come in handy whenever I have last-minute wedding invitations or the invitations come in late. I have a few in the wardrobe. My favourite is the white baju with black and white kain sarung. With baju kebaya nyonya, we won't go wrong or feel out of place when attending any Malaysian wedding.
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Registered: December 2009
Posts: 507
July 15, 2011 3:46pm

Whenever I want to wear black and white outfit to attend any wedding reception, I try to wear red heels or carry a red evening clutch - just to please our elders. Elders who are very traditional usually prefer the younger generation to wear colourful outfits during celebrations. To offset the black and white, just add a splash a red or purple will do. Things like red shoes, purple evening clutch or colourful scarf. Talking about superstitions and Chinese elders. Smile



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