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Q: Recommended tailor in Beijing?

I have had a lot of trouble finding a good tailor here in Beijing.

Does anyone go to a specific tailor in Beijing that they are satisfied with? what are the prices like?

I would rather not go to Yawshou 雅秀 if at all possible. That place is kind of a rip off.

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8 years 29 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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No.3006 3/F Fashion Plaza Sanlitun Bar Street
Chaoyang District
Beijing

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Read this article for tips on what tailors to go to and what to look out for in Beijing.

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