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By youngs
Joined: Apr 12, 2009
Posts: 1

Posted on: April 12, 2009 at 8:29AM

It is estimated that there is one tailor in Bangkok for every two hundred people and indeed, once you have had your fill of gazing at the old harbour and the vibrant mix of south east Asian and European Architecture, it will become apparent that every other shop is packed to the windows with variations of wool-synthetic mix suit fabrics and many-coloured lining silks. Many of the shops will provide excellent designer copies, and all you have to do to get your perfect suit in 36 hours (at most) is bring a magazine clipping of what you’d like, turn up to a maximum of three fittings and pay at the end. The most expensive outfit you can expect will probably come from the city best-renowned tailor, Savile Row Tailor, at Rose hotel. They charge anything up to around £110, but a little exploration often brings a lot of success, and £25 can buy you a more than respectable result. report a problem

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