Size S: High Quality Peranakan Nyonya Kebaya Flower | Etsy
NEW beautiful & delicate Peranakan Nyonya kebaya. This traditional Peranakan top suitable for a formal occasions like wedding & graduation (worn with sarong) and casual wear: office & outing (style as a jacket) Motif: intricate flower embroidery Material: comfortable cotton voile Technique: Double-Sided embroidery size: S. please refer to each colour. Because our products are handmade, so only 1 pc available. For more picture, visit www.littlenyonyabatik.com
A Midsummer Night’s Dream-Inspired Wedding with Two Paolo Sebastian Dresses
Captured by Yu Hsin of Tinydot Photography, Jason and Amanda’s dreamy poolside and ballroom nuptials at Capella Singapore reveal impeccable style. The couple’s reception was set against a Midsummer Night's Dream forest-inspired backdrop and accented with floating candles - an extra special touch to show their love for Harry Potter, while Amanda herself was a vision in two graceful dresses from bridal couturier Paolo Sebastian.
Baba and Nyonya: Modern Peranakan Wedding Inspiration
Our Baba and Nyonya bridal shower styled shoot is as colourful and delightful as the sarong kebayas and desserts it showcases. Planned and styled by Moments at The Tranquerah in Kuala Lumpur, this blend of traditional Peranakan aesthetics and modern styling is sure to inspire you to embrace a history and culture that is uniquely South East Asian.
Size S: Peranakan Nyonya Kebaya Basic Quality with Button. | Etsy
NEW beautiful & delicate Peranakan Nyonya kebaya basic quality. This traditional Peranakan top suitable for formal occasion like wedding & graduation (worn with sarong) and casual wear: office & outing (style as jacket) motif: intricate flower embroidery Material: mix between cotton & polyester. wrinkle free Finishing: button Size: please refer to each colour. Because our products are handmade, so only 1 pc avaiable. For more product, please visit: www.littlenyonyabatik.com
Nyonya Kebaya: Women’s Costume from Malaysia
Kebayas are shapely tunic-style garments made using soft-textured material featuring rich, bold colours and intricate embroidery. They derive from the Peranakan Straits Chinese communities (such as Malacca, Penang and Singapore). Courtesy of Art Knowledge News.