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tailors altering menswear you bring in Shanghai vs BKK

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by theforecast, Jan 2, 2016.

  1. theforecast

    theforecast New Member

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    Currently in Shanghai and will be heading into bangkok in a week.

    My question to the guys is, do you guys have a preference on which tailors?

    I have several jackets and pants that need slight work and don't know any reputable ones without breaking the bank. Should i head to lujiabang tailor market and just find a random or will i cut more cost going to bangkok and finding a tailor?

    Thanks-
    Dave
     
  2. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    Why bother (a) to cart clothes around to have them altered simply to save a few pennies, (b) ask such a silly question as your first post?

    Had you tried 'search', you would have found that this site is not about repairs/minor alterations other than when buying something new and equally that it is not concerned with raking about flee markets in Bangkok or anywhere else for that matter.
     

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