- 1 How much does it cost to tailor a suit in Bangkok?
- 2 How much does a bespoke suit cost in Thailand?
- 3 How much does custom made suit cost?
- 4 Is it worth getting a suit tailored?
- 5 How much are suits in Thailand?
- 6 How much is a suit tailor?
- 7 What’s the most expensive suit?
- 8 Where can I get a free suit size?
- 9 How long does a custom suit take?
- 10 How many sizes can you take in a suit?
- 11 How do you know if a suit is good quality?
- 12 How can you tell the difference between a suit jacket and a blazer?
How much does it cost to tailor a suit in Bangkok?
With prices starting at 9,500 baht for a tailored suit and 1,500 baht for a premium cotton shirt, it is clear Universal Tailors offers incredible value for money and during almost 30 years of business – delivering consistently high quality, bespoke tailoring.
How much does a bespoke suit cost in Thailand?
I estimate the cost of a well-made suit by a Thai tailor now (2013) at 8000-12000 baht, mainly dependent on the quality of the material and a bit on you ability to bargain. As for the bargaining: if you want to go too far, you will get less quality of work. I advise you NOT to try to bargain more than 20%.
How much does custom made suit cost?
The price of a custom suit can range from $800 to about $1,800, while bespoke suits start at $2,800 and go up to $4,800. “To get that $800 price point, we have to work with overseas tailors, because they work for a lower price,” he explained.
Is it worth getting a suit tailored?
The simple answer is, you have to go for a tailor made suit! Yes, you can argue that I do just fine with my altered off-the-rack suit. There is nothing like a well tailor made Suit that is truly hand crafted to your unique body style and size.
How much are suits in Thailand?
Prices for suits range from $3,000 – $30,000 baht and just because you are paying more doesn’t always mean it’s better. Check websites like facebook, trip advisor & google. Be sure to read both the negative and positive reviews so you know what to expect. Never pay for a suit until you’re 100% happy with it.
How much is a suit tailor?
Taking In a Jacket or Vest: $20 to $50 – Jackets with three seams cost more than those with two. Taking in the sleeves costs an additional $20 or so, and adjusting the shoulders costs around $40. Taking In a Sheath Dress: $30 to $50 – Raising the waist on a dress costs around $60. Shortening a Suit Jacket: $30 to $40.
What’s the most expensive suit?
Top 10 most expensive suits in the world
- William Westmancott Ultimate Bespoke suit – US$58,252.
- Kiton K50 suit – US$50,000.
- Desmond Merrion Supreme Bespoke Suit – US$47,500.
- Brioni Vanquish II Suit – US$43,000.
- World Wood Record Challenge Cup Suits by Loro Piana – US$28,000.
- Ermenegildo Zegna bespoke suit – US$22,000-$28,000.
Where can I get a free suit size?
Most tailors will do it for you for free especially if you tell them you plan to use them for any alterations later. Yeah, go to a fashion college they’ll measure you up for free.
How long does a custom suit take?
A well made hand-tailored suit takes an average of 40 hours to complete. The average master tailor working in America doesn’t pick up his shears for less than $30-40 an hour…let’s call it an average of $35/hour.
How many sizes can you take in a suit?
The rule of thumb is that you can go down two sizes at a maximum, but a suit jacket or blazer only one size too large is a safer option. The problem is always that jackets that are too large can also be too large in the shoulders, which is a more challenging thing to alter.
How do you know if a suit is good quality?
A good suit has genuine horn buttons (usually buffalo horn). Also, the front buttons should be sewn with a thread shank (a stem of twisted thread) which provides space for the fabric to drape in between the button and the garment when fastened.
How can you tell the difference between a suit jacket and a blazer?
A blazer is a solid color jacket with contrasting (often metal) buttons. And a suit coat has a pair of pants made from the same fabric/pattern as the coat.