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Q: Need to buy some suspenders to keep my pants up

WHERE IS THE SUSPENDER STORE ?

9 years 24 weeks ago in  Shopping - Guangzhou

 
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I have never seen suspenders for sale in China.  I suppose, if you have pictures, you can have some made in the fabric market in Haiyin Square.

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I brought mine from the states, and both students and colleagues stare at me when I take off my coat and they see the suspenders.  Some ask me why do I dress like an "old man" while others think it is cool.
I just like the "retro look" and have enjoyed it since my 20's.

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Taobao has everything. I don't know the chinese name for them

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taobao  男式背带

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Try H&M.

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