Suzhou is known for being one of China’s prettiest cities, and with its numerous gardens and canals, but did you know that most of the world’s wedding gowns are made here? Since Suzhou is world famous for its silk, this shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise. In fact, Suzhou has a whole area dedicated to wedding and evening dress making with thousands of tailors to choose from. Here, we’re going to take a look at some of Suzhou’s best tailors for those of you who are in need of looking sharp. Prices range from the astoundingly cheap to the reasonably expensive, though with our guide you’re sure to find the best tailors in Suzhou to “suit” your every need.
1) Wuzhijian Western Clothing View In Map
The name says it all (the latter half that is), as Wuzhijian is well-known among the expat locals who often frequent the shop for tailored suits, especially around Christmas time. The boss, Mr. Wu, learnt his trade when he was 13, and, at the current age of 62, really knows his stuff. Price wise, Wuzhijian is relatively reasonable, with an average tailor made wool coat setting you back around 1,000 RMB. Order ahead of time though, as most clothes take around 20 days to make. With an array of various fabrics and styles, folks in search of a good tailor charging a reasonable price need look no further than Wuzhijian.
Add: Wuzhijian Western Clothing, 12-14, Diyi Tianmen, Pingjiang District, Suzhou
Tel: 0512 6515 5605
Opening hours: 06:00-20:30
Getting there: take subway line 1 to Lindun Lu Station (林顿路站)
2) The Pas Western Clothes View In Map
Originating from France, The Pas is a widely respected establishment across the globe with branches opening worldwide since its founding in 1912. In 2006, China’s first branch opened in Shanghai, and the shop finally came to Suzhou in 2012. The Pas offers tailoring services on a whole range of products including suits, dresses, ties, and cufflinks, as well as a tuxes and gowns for those soon to be wed. The Pas occasionally offers promotions where you can get something worth 600 RMB made for as little as 100 RMB, so make sure to keep tabs on http://t.dianping.com/suzhou for offers.
Add: Pas Western Clothes, 338 Yangyu Xiang, Pingjiang District, Suzhou
Tel: 0512 6581 2256; 136 2185 7691
Opening hours: 09:00-21:00
Getting there: take bus 32, 146, 305, or 602 to Jingde Lu Station (景德路站)
3) Alaoni Men’s Clothing View In Map
Alaoni is a high-end tailoring company based in Shanghai that specializes in bespoke items, guaranteeing that you’ll be wearing a one-of-a-kind garment. Each season, Alaoni releases new fabrics and materials matching the current trends, and they are masters at designing the perfect items to match each customer’s personal style. Alaoni also offers tailor made shoes and accessories to complete that sharp, gentlemanly look.
Add: 98 Ganjiang Xilu, Pingjiang District, Suzhou
Tel: 0512 6581 6286/189 1359 3397
Opening hours: 10:00-20:00
Getting there: take subway line 1 to Yangyu Xiang Station (养育巷站)
4) VogformView In Map
Vogform have been in the tailoring business for over 20 years, and are well known for providing uniforms for teams, as well as workplace and formal clothes. Vogform uses two suppliers, Ever Club and UR·SKY, which gives you a greater selection of materials to choose from. The company is regarded as a quality exporter of goods abroad, with nearly 90% of their products are sent to Japan for sale. You can even get tailored t-shirts, polo shirts and sweaters, in addition to suits, jackets and dresses.
Add: Vogform, 98 Longxi Lu, Wuzhong District, Suzhou
Tel: 400 8866 015; 0512 6565 4469; 139 6219 3743
Opening hours: 08:30-17:30
Getting there: take bus 53 to Longxi Lu Station (龙西路站)
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