Malaysian lawyers dont wear wigs in Court.
Robes are usually worn when appearing before High Court Judges and above.
Further, r30 of the Legal Profession (Practice & Etiquette) Rules provides that:-
(c) Except on such ceremonial occasions and at such places as the Bar Council or the Courts may prescribe, an advocate and solicitor shall not wear bands or robes in public places other than in Court or whilst travelling to or from Court.
Therefore, lawyers can’t wear robes to go clubbing, fengtau and/or to the mamak.
One of the most popular places to get robes is Campbell Complex, Jalan Dang Wangi.
I bought mine from Oxford’s Tailor, together with collar and tshirt.
My light crease robe cost rm320 and my shirt cost RM92 (as advised by yvonne, light crease robe is better as it is lighter). The lady was nice enough to give me a discount. It all came to RM410.
The bloody tshirt isn’t a good buy but yet it was one of the cheapest. The material feels like the collar shirts I used to wear to school.