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Hey Guys,

 

I will be visiting Vietnam, Hanoi during the mid of November and am curious of what recommended places that I ought to visit in respects to tailors/shoemakers/shopping or any interesting finds you guys might have! If it is worth the trip I might modify my trip to visit Saigon as well. What I have searched out thus far:

 

Hanoi:

 

Duc Classic Tailors
73 Nguyen Huu Huan
Hoan Kiem - Hanoi
Tel 04 824 2910
Mobile 090 328 6366
Email: tailor-duc@hn.vnn.vn

 

Cao Minh Tailors

250 Hang Bong,

Cửa Nam,

Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

 

Saigon:


Dung Tailors
221 Le Thanh Ton
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel 829 6778
Mobile 090 395 4546
Email dungtailor@hcm.vnn.vn

 

Tran Quoc Lan - Shoemakers

97 Le Thanh Ton
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel 8295453
Email vietcuong@saigonnet.vn

 

Any reviews or suggestions are welcomed.

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Hi Nayr,

How did your trip go last winter? I am in Hanoi for a few weeks for work and am interested in having a few slim fit dress shirts and possibly a dinner suit made. Were you satisfied? Which tailor did you end up using? I've seen mixed reviews for both Cao and Duc, so I would love your feedback.

Thanks!
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Hi Nayr,

How did your trip go last winter? I am in Hanoi for a few weeks for work and am interested in having a few slim fit dress shirts and possibly a dinner suit made. Were you satisfied? Which tailor did you end up using? I've seen mixed reviews for both Cao and Duc, so I would love your feedback.

Thanks!

 

I didn't try either in the end due to time constraints. I went ahead with a nameless tailor which churned up the 2 shirts I ordered within 1/2 a working day. However even with a shirt to copy, the measurements were off and specifications were not correct. It was probably about USD30 each so it didn't bother me much. If I had the time I would've probably tried Duc. Cao to my memory was pricey.

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