What I wore: A Shang Wedding

Continuation from this post.

Compared to the bride's reception, the groom's reception was a more relaxed occasion. I had the luxury to properly enjoy the wedding reception and had a great time with those who were there to share their joy. The wedding reception was held at the Shangri-La's ballroom in KL city centre. 

The theme of the wedding decoration was sort of Spanish inspired. The wedding dais was set up to look like a garden with pretty pots of plants and huge window panels.
Even though this was a traditional Malay wedding, the setting and dress code was modern/formal.

Rosie and I after the reception:
I love Rosie's leopard print maxi dress. She's wearing Sevendays.

Zamir, Shura, Phoebe, Alia and I:

I had so much trouble looking for a nice long dress. I didn't want to spend too much as well therefore I decided to get my dress in KL. I thought of wearing something ethnic but not too over the top so I opted for a kaftan instead. I was eyeing on a few kaftans that I saw on online fashion stores. In the end, I got this hot pink kaftan by an Indonesian designer from fashionvalet.net.

I love how it flows and drapes around my body.

Outfit details:

Kaftan/dress: Shana from fashionvalet.net
Necklace: House of Harlow 1960
Ring: Yves Saint Laurent Arty Ring
Clutch: Marc Jacobs
Shoes: Tony Bianco

Yay or Nay for kaftans?