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Q: Best tailors in Beijing? Where and how much?

I want to get a blouse and maybe a dress tailor-made. If people could share their experiences that would be great. I particularily want to know which tailors are best and how much their services cost approx?

9 years 33 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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i hope this answers your question there is a lot of words on this page http://www.shopping-in-beijing.com/shops/tailor-made%20clothes.html

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Try the tailors at Yashow. They have experience dealing with foreigners, speak English and do a reasonable job. A dress will probably cost you somewhere between 700-1200 depending on the fabric.

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Go to 3.3 it's yashow with low prices and no haggling.

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I've always had much problems with the taylors at Yaxiu. Over the past years, they've become really full of themselves, talking very badly. As for their jobs : i've had to redo most of the past pants and jackets they did for me and they managed to loose not 1 pants but a very expensive shirt too...
I recommand the guys at the Sizhou silk store, in the building at the south-east crossroad of Sanlitun and gonti beilu. 
It is also worth trying small taylor shops behind yaxiu and on the street that leads back to xinzhonglu. Some of them are really good...

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9 years 22 weeks ago

"What goes around, comes around"

 
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