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Bangkok Tailor Excelsuits the best., Thailand

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Bangkok is famous for excellent tailors and low prices ( guess 80% cheaper then US tailors) and there are so many to choose from.While in Bangkok you would find there are Tailors in every street of Bangkok and the touts and Tuk Tuk would be trying get you in the shops to gain overhead charge or commission on the purchase you make.
It is recommended that you buy the whole suit from the tailor in Thailand including the fabric since the price are 1/4th of what you would pay for a custom made suit back home.
In Bangkok the famous amongst the local Expats would be Excelsior tailor.
They have long established themselves with clients from all over the world in a short span of 4 generation of trade.
A must visit shop by the delegates and embassy shops in Bangkok.
Get a wool suit while in Bangkok.Wool generally makes a good suit. It drapes nicely, tailors well and looks formal and nice. Contrary to popular belief, light weight wool is even good for the summer, and in most cases better than polyester blended fabrics.
Buy a two-button suit. It will give you a slimmer, more streamlined look, and it will better show off your shirt and tie. The days of three-button dominance are over.
Excelsior is located opposite the Le meridian hotel in the business district of Bangkok.

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Many tailors in Bangkok and this is surely the best place for price and quality.
I have ordered several suits from them over the years and have been using them for more than 10 years now in Bangkok.

Great place., 2009-02-24 09:12:13

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