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mambofever 04-05-2012 01:49 PM

Another tip is don't make too many shirts at one go. Or else they will rush through the job.

Bishio 04-05-2012 02:43 PM

planing to testing, 2 shirts and 1 pants. if gd. next time go to them again.

if not can choose other tailors.

for 2 shirts and 1 pants, how much will that costs?

u guys think this is a gd idea?

mambofever 04-05-2012 04:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Bishio (Post 66332803)
planing to testing, 2 shirts and 1 pants. if gd. next time go to them again.

if not can choose other tailors.

for 2 shirts and 1 pants, how much will that costs?

u guys think this is a gd idea?

good idea. the last time i did at Amari Paul's Fashion.. Around 750 baht i think one shirt and pants arnd 60SGd..

grantt 05-05-2012 03:41 AM

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Originally Posted by monkey2 (Post 66328690)
My friend went Crown Tailor recently after reading all the good reviews here.

He made shirts and pant. Shirt is really good quality. However we are not too sure about the quality of the pants.

The stitching at the back of the pants seems like they gonna ripped apart anytime. We could see the holes between the single thread stitching when we lift it up against the lightings. We compared it to other pants we had but none is like that.

Can anyone share if your tailored made pants from Crown is like that and whether it last??

Hi there - i've had clothes from Crown for years, and yea, they still last. Shirts and pants are bloody awesome. I haven't had any rip, but i have had many that don't fit me anymore because my waistline just never stops growing with age (but the best part about it is they leave fabric inside for me to take out) so i love it! But the first few i made from them, already let out to the max and still..don't fit my fat ass anymore :(.

So no, no problems with anything they made. As i said before, i'm back after so long and still crown is the best from my experience.

tekster 06-05-2012 08:47 AM

tailored pants still the best man.

off the shelf stuff don't fit me anymore after i've expanded a few rounds. surprisingly my tailored pants still fits and feels comfy.

ralphlauren 07-05-2012 11:23 AM

Recently no feedback on pinky?

yoyolamefan 09-05-2012 10:33 PM

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Originally Posted by kanashii23 (Post 41180993)
the last time i went to Rajawongs, they didn't reallie serve me guess they prefer ang mo customers but i reallie feel their selection was quite small and nothing caught my fancy.

i then try another recommanded shop raja's fashion also near nana, the fit was okie but i feel that the material cant pass the wash test after a few washs , all wringle up.

Going next year feb. and now looking for recommended tailors.

My fren recommanded me 1 tailor at mbk heard quite popular with singaporeans.
650 baht for a shirt.

any bro noe any recommandation for ladies suit in bangkok?

The shirt's get wrinkled up because the materials are rather good...
Those we buy from G2000 has added polyester, which cause it not to wrinkle but not comfortable... (correct me if I am wrong)

I personally tried Raja's Fashion with my friends and we like it...
Will try other tailor shop too...

fass74 11-05-2012 09:40 PM

In BKK right now, went to both Crown and Boss. So far not much issues with either. Visited them on Wednesday, supposed to get my shirts today from Crown but they were not ready. Fitting was fine for both shops so I guess I'll have to compare when I get the shirts

fass74 12-05-2012 04:51 PM

Price breakdown:
Crown:
Material - 1000/1200/1500
Contrast - 150
Monogram - 150
Boss:
Material - 850/1050/1150 (I think)
Contrast - 100
Monogram - 100

tekster 13-05-2012 08:44 AM

what is contrast?

ralphlauren 13-05-2012 08:33 PM

Went to crown on sat. The material variety very little nia. The cloth also not very nice imo. Didnt make any shirt in the end

fass74 14-05-2012 08:55 AM

contrast is different material for cuff, collar, placket etc
agree that crown does not have much material on display but i think they have more in sample books

tenz1204 14-05-2012 03:12 PM

How is the quality of pants made in crown?

tenz1204 14-05-2012 03:16 PM

Anyone here tried tailor on ten or Patrick fashionway?

brendadaphne 14-05-2012 05:27 PM

Paul fashion
 
My bf loves their shirts .
Due to his short trip there with all his colleagues. They even offer to send back SG all their shirts they order.

Paul's Fashion
Amari Watergate Hotel
Shop#1 847 Petchburi Rd, Pratunam
Rajthevi, Bangkok, 10400 THAILAND


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