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Q: How much does it cost to get a wedding dress made in Suzhou?

So there's a whole big area dedicated to bridal wear in Suzhou but have no idea of prices. A couple of mates are getting hitched next year and are considering getting their gowns tailor-made here. Does anyone have any experience on this subject?

9 years 32 weeks ago in  Shopping - Suzhou

 
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Please try Suzhou Bridal Company. They are by far the largest company in the business.  Here is their telephone number and web address.   They have over 500 outlets throughout China.  You will need someone that speaks Chinese, however and it's a Shanghai number but they will refer you to their local Suzhou dealer.

 

 

Tel:008621 69920069E-mail:

suzhoubridal@gmail.com

 

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Wedding dresses can go for a wide range depending on the quality/design etc.

My wife has been exporting a few dresses to my homecountry, the cheapest she paid 300 RMB for and the most expensive was around 1500 RMB.

Her own wedding dress was 450 RMB.

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I had 6 bridesmaids dresses made in two days, and to my daughters specifications. thy cost 180 yuan/rmb each and were amazing, her wedding dress was 7 layers and cost 600. In the UK she was going to pay 22,000 yuan/rmb , In fact she paid the deposit and I told her t loose it, as it was cheaper to fly to Suzhou and have them made and enjoy the holiday as well. You need to keep a level head when in Suzhou, it will make you dizzy when it come to wedding garments. My advise is shop around, do not be afraid to say NO, many will over inflate the price as you maybe a foreigner others will treat you with respect.

elsaees:

Wow, that's such a bargain and even less than I thought. Thanks for the post!

9 years 28 weeks ago
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