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Q: Where can I get a suit tailored in Guangzhou?

I'm going there soon and will stay for 5 days. I intend on getting a suit tailor made. Can anybody recommend a good-quality, low-cost tailor? (one who won't rip me off and can get the job done in under 5 days)

8 years 11 weeks ago in  Shopping - Guangzhou

 
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You can Go to Big Hotel for high class , but is beter dont make it , is beter make it at Hongkong

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Wink Wink Since you don't mention what kind of suit, try Panyu Prison, in Huijinag,Guangzhou. They have a fine selection prison outfits.Jeiyang prison in Yujiao, Jeidong and Jiangman Prison,Jiangman, Guangzhou are actually listed as clothing factories, so make and appointment, I'm sure they can help you out or in.
Guangzhou Psychiatric Hospital, which is the oldest psychiatric hospital in China produces furniture and some clothing. Ask for Lulu Zhang MD or Nuping Ning MD ,tell them Ted sent you and to give yo the full treatment. Ask for a little extra length in the arms tho.OK no problem ! Cool Cool

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I live here in GZ and had somethings made, not to bad but I agree with the other poster I recommend Hong Kong

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Shanghai B&D trade Co., LTD

 

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We, B&D, are Chinese factory cooperating with Italian. Our workmanship is from Italy, which is well welcomed in Euro. market. And there are some tailors from Savile Row or Bond Street, who have established good and long cooperation between us. So we believe our products will also be  welcomed by your customers;

 

Bespoke suit, shirt/blouses , made to measure coat, pant, men suit , women suits, tuxedo.The made to measure suits , shirts, and coats are our main products, which have attracted many MTM customers from UK, ITALY, AUSTRALIA, and USA. Especially the Italian handmade craft are professional producing lines in our  factories with highest quality control standard. The perfect equipment and highly skilled staffs with nearly twenty years experience ensuring the stable quality.

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