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hey if you are looking for custom clothing then choosing Ravens International will be the best choice. Here you can have your own custom made clothes for your any event , team ,group or event of ownself...Custom clothing will let you choose a garment’s fabric, color, style and details in your own way. A little more cost and the you will definitely won’t compromise with the comfort and quality.http://www.ravensintl.com/index.html

post #33 of 36

hey if you are looking for custom clothing then choosing Ravens International will be the best choice. Here you can have your own custom made clothes for your any event , team ,group or event of ownself...Custom clothing will let you choose a garment’s fabric, color, style and details in your own way. A little more cost and the you will definitely won’t compromise with the comfort and quality.http://www.ravensintl.com/index.html

post #34 of 36
Any recommendations for a good quality bespoke tailor, at price point of $500-800? Full canvas, obviously.

In Hong Kong and Shanghai? (which is better?)
post #35 of 36

The minute you walk out of a store, seems you will have 90% depreciation. Look what's out there. For $ 500 you can have a shopping spree on Ebay!

 

Well, while there are good taylors in Bangkok like NARIN, I would caution about the usual "tourist traps" places with no sewing machines anywhere.

They use a central sweatshop. And the fabrics... Well, it may say cashmere but it won't be cashmere... 

 

The realization that one can get way better quality cuts and fabrics off Ebay was brutal. 

 

Just discovered older but beautifully made HART suits.  And bought a full bespoke for $ 150. Can't turn off the italics, so I better stop now.

post #36 of 36

Check out what's on Ebay. Seriously! HSM, full bespoke, ... Fine cloths and stuff. 

 

Your depreciation will be an instant 95%, but there are good craftsmen like NARIN, who is expensive.

 

Avoid the tourist trade with their fake fabrics. "Cashmere" and then the whole jacket will be $ 180? Thought so.

 

Personally, I'd recommend an online shopping spree instead. Buy silk & cashmere sweaters, Zanella dress pants, maybe a full bespoke suit and a couple of HSM suits. They got some good work, as does Oxxford at moderate sale prices. I'm talking about  u s e d  stuff. But it beats the new stuff most tailors churn out in Bangkok (oops, now sewing machines in most shops - they have central sweat shops for their work).

 

You won't look more stylish, that much I can warn you.

 

Sorry, buying a suit in Bangkok is not for someone who wants real value, JMHO. 

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