Custom made? Yes Please! A Guide to Custom Tailoring in Vietnam



custom tailoring in Vietnam
custom tailoring in Vietnam

If you haven’t already heard, Vietnam is a superstar manufacturing country and Hoi An is now considered by many to be the new tailoring capital of the world.  In the last two decades, many multinational companies like Nike, The North Face, etc., have created manufacturing facilities in Vietnam, solidifying the country’s superstar status.  The direct consequence of this is a huge reservoir of skilled and knowledgeable workers who can do everything from shoe-making, jewelry making, dress tailoring, bespoke suits, and more.  The best thing to come of this is that it’s so affordable and easy for just about anyone to have custom designed clothing made in Vietnam!  In this blog post, we bring you one of our most fun Vietnam travel tips….the where/when/how of custom tailoring in Vietnam! This article focuses on tailors and shops in Ho Chi Minh City, if you would rather do your tailoring in Hoi An however, please check out our recommendations for the best tailors in Hoi An by clicking HERE.


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  1. How much does it cost
  2. The proper strategy
  3. Shoes and Jewelery
  4. Where to find raw materials 


How much does it cost? 

Well, this is tricky.  If you walk into 5 different tailor shops (and this applies to clothes, shoes and jewelry), you will be quoted 5 different ranges in price.  You can expect to pay a higher price for more experienced tailors and much less at less experienced ones.  On the other hand, if you walk into some tailor shops in touristy areas, you will pay a serious premium just for using their business.  The big appeal of these types of tailors, aside from the convenience of being in a tourist area, is the quick turn around time.


The Proper Strategy 

It’s very important to have the right knowledge and strategy before even walking into a tailor shop.  If you go the tailor unsure of what you want, you are setting yourself up for disappointment.  The first step is to research what dresses, shoes, jewelry or shoes you want and printing out pictures.  Good pictures are key!  For shoes and jewelry, it’s more simple because you can basically just walk into a shop and ask them to make it for you according to the picture.  Although you can buy leather and other material, shoe and bag makers usually have better resources and it’s best to leave the materials shopping to them.

For clothes, in most cases, it is best to buy the fabric before going to the tailor.  It may even help to understand the difference in fabrics – jersey, knit, chiffon, net, wool, cashmere, cotton, linen, silk, silk chiffon, silk crepe, cotton silk, polyester, poly blends, etc.  It sounds tedious, but if you want to achieve a certain look, a lot depends on what fabric you choose!  Make sure you get a chance to feel the fabrics and drape them, stretch them, crumple them, just to gain an understanding of how it will behave once it is sewn.  Remember that the raw materials are never prewashed, not even denim.  If you purchase cotton based fabrics, make sure the garments are sewn a little bit longer than what you want it to look like.

Fabric shopping is important for suit making.  If you are going to wear the suit in a tropical climate, you need different weighted fabric than if you wear the suit in a cold climate.  Or, did you know that cashmere blends don’t hold creases as well as other types of wool?  Or that silk wool blends are all the rage this season for wedding suits and tuxes because you can get a softer and more natural sheen than polyester fabric?  Do your research! 🙂

Hoi an tailor cutting fabric
After carefully choosing the materials, find the appropriate tailor.

After you have all that settled and you have purchased the fabrics and materials, find a tailor that is right for you.  You can go into high end tailor shops where the track record is more established to increase your chances of getting what you want.  But remember that no matter how much experience the tailor may have, there is still a chance that it may not work out.  Some pricier tailors in the city also carry their own selection of materials and will not allow outside material.  For example, some specialty suit tailors have couture fabric from Zegna, Cerruti and more.  They will only use those fabrics in order to uphold their reputation.  Beware of frauds, however – a lot of ‘Italian made’ fabrics are actually made in Thailand and just given an Italian name.  It’s also very easy to replicate the embroidered labels on the fabric.  That being said, if the name brand is not important to you, we have seen fabric made in Thailand that competes with the best Italian imported fabric, so make quality a priority!

You will also have to choose the right kind of tailor for the type of item you are trying to make.  For instance, for expensive materials like silk, you should go to a tailor that specializes in it because it’s a very difficult material to work with.  Once you have all of this done, the most important thing is to leave yourself some time.  Although there is a bucket load of tailors who will turn around items in 1 or 2 days, it is much riskier and the craftsmanship may not be as good.  The town of Hoi An in Vietnam employs thousands of tailors and the custom tailoring aspect is a large part of the economy there.  Their turn around time for shoes, clothes, suits and jewelry is a day or sometimes even part of the day.  But remember, many times if you go to a tailor that promises something back in a day, it looks like it was made in a day!  If you want simple shirts and dresses, they are usually not a problem to whip out quickly but don’t expect to get anything complicated made.  And if you feel like getting suits made in a day, we suggest having lower expectations!  🙂


Shoes and Jewelry 

There are certain things to watch out for when getting custom shoes made.  The major problem with custom shoe making is that the shoemakers don’t make their soles but buy them instead.  If your foot does not fit diagonally on an A4 (8.5”x11”) sized paper, chances are you are out of luck!  This is also why shoes with padding and proper foot support are really hard to make because the soles are pre-purchased.  For example, you can get shoes made that look like Cole Haan dress shoes on the outside, but don’t expect them to have fancy cushioning technology on the inside!  Bespoke shoe making is another thing to leave some time for because many times you will have to get the shoe makers to re-do the shoe because it will just look shabby or have wonky stitching.  These are things that foreigners tend to value and is an unfortunate annoyance when creating custom items – you are your own quality control department!

Shoes and Jewelry can also be made to order
Shoes and Jewelry can also be made to order

As for jewelry making, many of the jewelry stores in the city will make almost anything for you.  For jewelry made from precious metals or precious/semi-precious stones, we suggest going to proper jewelers who specialize in bespoke jewelry.  For simple costume jewelry, almost anyone can do it, and well at that!  All of the raw material for fake jewelry, at least in Ho Chi Minh City, comes from the same place.  As long as they have a good picture to work with, they can make you your desired piece with no hitches!  If you want to have more control over the process, you can just as easily go and pick out the items yourself and just give it to the shop owner to assemble.

The basic strategy to get anything custom made in Vietnam. Seems arduous, but worth it if you can get your desired items made to your specifications!
The basic strategy to get anything custom made in Vietnam. Seems arduous, but worth it if you can get your desired items made to your specifications!


Where to find Raw Materials: 

– Fabric Street – along Hai Ba Trung street around Tan Dinh market; almost any kind of fabric you can find; the shops inside the Tan Dinh market are generally cheaper.  At first glance, it may not seem like the selection is as great, but the market is a lot larger than it seems.  Here’s a tip – when you walk into the main entrance of the market, turn left right away to get to denim heaven!

– Soai Kinh Lam Market – 545 Tran Hung Dao, Q5; this is a huge wholesale market in Ho Chi Minh City, mostly for fabric.  If you are making a wedding dress or something else that takes a lot of fabric, this is a great place.  Otherwise, the stall owners are hesitant to sell smaller cuts of fabric.

Soai Kinh Lam market
Soai Kinh Lam is one of the largest wholesale fabric markets in Ho Chi Minh city

– Craft Market – at the corner of Tran Hung Dao and Chau Van Liem, Q5; this is another wholesale market with everything from lace to ribbon to jewelry chains to accessories for clothing.  They have it all!  They also have the best selection of embroidered lace – a must see for wedding dress enthusiasts.  And for those of you wanting to make that ‘Hermes belt’ or the ‘Tory Burch handbag’, find the goods here!


Where to find the best tailors in Ho Chi Minh City:

** Please note that the following list of shops and tailors are places that we have had good results at. However,  we cannot guarantee your success at these places!  **

Custom Shoes

  • Mangii  ( 196 Le Thanh Ton, specializes in high quality leather shoes for men
  • Tran Quoc Lan – 97 Le Thanh Ton you’ll find shoes for men and also women.
  • Any of the cobblers sitting along Le Thanh Ton – you’ll be surprised!  Many of them have their own shoemaking businesses and will make your shoes much cheaper than the stores.

Custom Suits

  • Tricia and Verona ( – 39 Dong Du; they also ship overseas if you don’t have enough time in the city.
  • Dung Tailor – 221 Le Thanh Ton; best selection of linen fabric in the city (they also own the fabric shop next door).
  • Nhut Tailor ( – 232 Le Thanh Ton, good service and great English
  • H&D Tailor (  – 76 Le Lai St; great selection of high-end fabric, but the prices are high end too!
  • Viet Thang Silk Tailors – 129 Le Thanh Ton; very fast turn around time.

Custom Swimwear

  • All the shops around 185 Ly Tu Trong – You can decide to make a custom swimwear where you can choose your own fabric for example in the shop Thanh Trang (197 Ly Tu Trong), their website gives you examples of their services and price ranges. If you’d rather you can also buy swimsuits in this street, they have western style with a more affordable price.

Custom Jeans

  •  Around 48 Ly Chinh Thang, there are plenty of specialized-jean shops. You can choose to buy the fabric beforehand though because denim has such a huge range in terms of feel, stretch, and wash that it’s really hard to tell what you want from a photograph but they have also a great choice.

Custom Dresses

  • Huy – 237 Trang Quang Khai, Q.1
  • Lan Vy – 217 Le Thanh Ton, Q.1
  • V&H Tailor – 98 Le Lai (the entire block is 98 Le Lai, so just find their V&H yellow and black sign); the ladies here also have connections with embroiders so if you want something hand or machine embroidered, they’ll get it done for you! 😉

Custom Wedding Dresses

  • Visit Ho Van Hue St in Phu Nhuan District; there are several shops that make custom bridal wear.
  • The One Couture (; an online store run by a very creative Vietnamese American girl in Ho Chi Minh City, for overseas clients wanting their Vera Wang or Vivienne Westwood dress at a fraction of the cost!

Custom Jewelry

  • Therese Jewelry ( – 147 Dong Khoi; specializes in gold jewelry or silver plated with gold as well as precious stones
  • La Hand Made Jewelry – 323 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Q3; go here for all your fake jewelry needs!
  • The many jewelry shops along Nguyen Trai – for custom costume jewelry, almost any of these shops will do it for you.

We hope you found this post on custom tailoring in Vietnam useful! No matter where you get your tailoring done in Vietnam, you will have a lot of free time in between fittings. If you are looking to fill up your time with some fun activities while in Ho Chi Minh City or Hoi An, we would highly recommend that you book one of XO Tours’ highly rated Vietnam Day Tours!


  1. Hi
    Would you happen to have the contact details for the custom made jeans guy at Huong Tailor – 48 Ly Chinh Thang? I would really like to get in touch but it looks like he has not online presence at all!
    Maybe an email address??

    Many thanks 🙂

  2. Thanks for a great website, makes me almost wish I hadn’t over New Years! (so I could have booked with your great company.) Happy new year!

    • Hi T,

      If you go behind Ben Thanh Market and turn right on Le Thanh Ton street, there are a few shops there that sell decorative scarves, bedsheets, tablecloths, etc with custom embroidery. You might try these shops to see if they have what you are looking for.

  3. Hello I went to Viet Thang Silk Tailors this morning 65 Mac Thi Buoi. They have moved do you have any idea where they have moved to? Thanks

  4. After my tour this morning I can answer this myself – Viet Thanh Silk Tailors are now at 129 Le Thanh Ton Street Dist. 1 Tel.08 38 232 077 Email: vietthanhsilk@yahoo. I visited Saigon about 15 months ago and a friend who had lived here for six years recommended them – and they were great. When I saw that XO Tours recommended them I knew you were going to be great – and you were. Thanks

    • Hi Matt,

      Very few shops advertise for just alterations. If all you want to do is alter clothing and it isn’t a difficult job, you can go to almost anyone and find someone within your price range. If it’s a complicated job, we recommend visiting a proper tailor.

  5. Dear Brinda,
    I will be visiting HCM city end off May 2014. I want to purchase some linen and cotton to be tailored for myself ,
    And would like a guide to take me as I have slight difficuility off walking not very good in hot weather , you think I can find some
    One who speak English to take me couple off hours .

    • Hi Maureen,

      One solution is to do a private tour with XO Tours if you have particular places within Ho Chi Minh City where you would like to go. I hope we can help you out in some way.

  6. Hi,I’m looking for manufacturer that can custom made dresses for my own brand shop for small quantities of order around 10 -20 pieces per you know any clothing manufacturer in Vietnam that can cater for my small order cause I’m just started open a boutique for my own brand name and I want my quantities per design roughly around 10- 20 pcs per design.i hope you could help me out.thanks a lot for your help

    • Hello Lovely,

      Most tailors in Saigon are small scale and their turn around time is not quick. For a large number of pieces, we recommend getting in touch with tailors in Hoi An. They are more accustomed to making large numbers of items. You can contact Ms. Anh in Hoi An (+84 935705655) as she has previously dealt with international boutique owners.

  7. Hi, I am impressed with the web-site here mentioning about custom made services in Saigon. I am acutally the one who is also looking for tailor or connections/firms which could make my desgin clothes, bags, and shoes.

    First what I am trying to do is to find a good tailor at reasonal prices as a first traial. If they turned out to be perfect, then I would probably ask for a smaller quantity, 10-20 pices of custom made orders.

    Would you recommend that I should try Saigon or Hoi Ann for this condition?
    Your reply will be highly appreciated.
    Thank you.

    • Hoi An is better for wholesale orders. You can contact Ms. Anh at 093 5705655 to guide you there in terms of custom clothes and shoes tailoring.

  8. Great article!
    I am curious what a high end suit might cost from one of the better known tailors using Zegna or similar fabric? I am 6’5″ and slim
    Thanks for you help!

    • Hi Dan,

      Minh Chau Fabrics sells Zegna fabric for about $250 per metre. Many of the high end suit tailors often sell/use Cerruti and Versace fabric as well, which costs about $40+ per metre. That being said, there are other lesser known brands of fabric that look and feel very similar that you can purchase at a fraction of the cost. You will most likely need 3-4 metres of fabric for a full suit. For high end fabric, I would trust the reputable fabric shops over the fabric market… the market doesn’t normally stock fabric with a high price tag, and if it is labeled ‘Zegna’ at a discounted price, it’s most likely a fake! 🙂

  9. Hi Brinda,

    We are heading up to Ho Chi Minh city next month, would really appreciate some recommendations for tailoring dinner dresses and the normal turnaround time required.

    Also, if I were to want to replicate a suit I currently have, should I still buy the raw materials before heading to the tailors?

    Thanks in advance!

    • Hello Gerard,
      Turnaround time is highly variable from tailor to tailor. Some take weeks and some can get it done in a day, especially in Hoi An. Your best bet is to visit the tailors and give them your time constraints to see what they can do for you. In our opinion, you should almost always buy fabric beforehand, especially for suits. Good luck!

    • Hi Linda,

      The best place to buy wedding dress materials is the crafts market in D5. Take a look at our blog for the exact location.

    • Hi Anton,

      The only place that you can have handbags make easily is in Hoi An. Take a look at the Friendly Shop Hoi An.

  10. Hey there, just wondering how long would it take for them to finish making say a dinner gown? And besides making the garment for you, they do sell fabrics the fabrics too?

    • Hello TL,

      Turnaround time is highly variable depending on the tailor. Some tailors keep fabric in their shop, but the selection is usually limited. It is best to go to the fabric market or fabric retailers and choose your fabric beforehand.

  11. dear Brinda,
    thanks. Ive been relying on your tips, it has been really useful. Enjoy my experience in HCMC especially the coffee culture & tips on tailor.

  12. Hello, I want to get a really good quality leather wallet made for my boyfriend, do you happen to know where would be best to go? I love your blog! It’s such a useful guide!

    • Hi Beth,
      Hoi An is the best place if you want to get something specific made. Try out the Friendly Shop in Hoi An. They make bags as well as shoes.

  13. Hi, have been living and working in HCM half a year already and wish I’d seen your site long ago!

    Any idea please where I can find bedding sheet set (pillow cases, quilt cover, fitted and plain sheets) in pure cotton? Also I’m interested in getting them both ready made and also tailored…

    Also want some sheers in different colours for a 4-poster bed…

    thanks for a great site 🙂

    • Hi Alan,

      Ben Thanh market has specific stalls which sell bedding and pillows. For more higher end sheets, we recommend visiting the bedding shops in Diamond Plaza or the many furniture shops in District 2. The price point for good quality sheets is quite high here and soft sheet-quality cotton is hard to find at the market. That being said, we have asked tailors to make duvet covers out of previously purchased sheets, and for that, you can go to almost any tailor. Make sure you choose the material yourself because even cotton has a huge range in terms of quality, feel and price.

      Good luck!

  14. Hi Brinda, I will be in HCM on 16 to 20 June 2014> Im looking for good quality head shawl/scavrees. Any idea where i can find them. They are called Pashmina shawls / scarves but they are not the real pashmina Please help me.

    • Hello,

      Inside Ben Thanh market, you will find a lot of “Pashmina” shawls, although you are correct in that they are not real.

  15. Hi Brinda,
    I’m looking for shoe manufactures that specialise in customised ladies leather shoes. I’ve tried to get in contact with the friendly shop serval times but have not had any reply. Would you have a contact that I could liaise with to get a couple of options?
    Appreciate your help.
    Many thanks

    • Hi Brooke,

      That’s unfortunate, as I have used them to make shoes and bags in the past. I think you can google shoe shops in Hoi An and try and find a contact, but unless you in Hoi An, it is very difficult to manage overseas orders over the phone. The advantage of Friendly Shop is that they often do international orders and have an online presence as well.

  16. Hi Brinda

    I am coming to HCM for the first time this August. I am in need for quality made mens clothes being- sports coats, trousers, business & casual shirts. I appreciate the need to acquire the fabric beforehand at the markets and to identify a good tailor. Fortunately, I have a friend who resides there and he has arranged for the tailor to take me to the markets for fabric. What I would like to know is the range I would need to pay for fabric per metre e.g.: shirts cotton $5-8 per metre, Coats $15-25, and what you would consider reasonable cost for the tailoring? If I have say 25 items to make what sort of discount would be reasonable?

    • Hi David,

      First, all fabrics are different and so you can get fabric as cheap as $3/metre and wool for coats can be $25 per metre at best. Again, the cost of tailoring varies depending on where you go. You will have to bargain with the tailor to see if you can get a discount for a large number of items.

  17. Hi Brinda,
    I will be in HCMC in November of this year. I am looking for a tailor that can make a few dresses for me to wear at my daughter’s wedding. I have several vintage US patterns that I would like to have dress made from. I assume the tailors can adjust the measurements of the pattern to fit me? Thanks for the advice on purchasing the fabric in advance, I especially like the idea of booking a driver/car with XO Tours to take me to the market for fabric. Any advise would be appreciated.

    • Hi Jan,

      You have two good options. You can go to the tailors that we have suggested to have dresses made. Most tailors are able to make anything from a pattern, or even a picture. Or, you can contact Linh at The One Couture – their business is based on custom wedding dresses and if you want something complicated made, it is best to go through her.

  18. Hi Brinda,

    First off, thank you so much for the very informative article. You (and the rest of the XO staff) have been very helpful with almost all the planning to visit Vietnam.

    I have a quick question – and it’s sort of a repeat of an earlier post. I have jeans that I got from Banana Republic here in the US. They’re supposed to be size 30, but their fit is a bit loose. I was wondering if they can be altered? Also, can you give a ball park of a range that I might get expect to be charged (or it’s hard to say?).

    Of the people you’ve suggested, I can try the tailors that you’ve listed for suits and also the one that you’ve listed for custom jeans.

    Thanks again! And I know you’re probably inundated with a ton of questions. Any pointers will be great!

    • Hi Ravi,

      Yes, I would suggest that you try the jeans tailor (or anywhere else on jeans street). They alter jeans very well. To make a new pair of jeans (no fabric) is between $5-10 so I can’t imagine it would be very expensive to alter ready made jeans.

  19. Hi there..

    I have stumbled across your website and SO HAPPY that I found you

    I design leather pieces of clothing and sell them in Australia
    I have been told that Vietnam is a fantastic place to have them made

    Where would be the best place to have my designs manufactured
    Ho Chi Minh or Hoi An and can you recommend any business???

    Thankyou in Advance

    • Hi Martine,

      Leather goods manufacturing is more common in Hoi An. One business that I have had particular success with is Ms. Anh’s shop inside the Hoi An market (+84 93 570 5655) and the Friendly Shop Hoi An. Good luck.

  20. Hello Brinda,

    I’m looking for office attire tailor. Could you please share their contact details like phone number and email address. Would really appreciate it. TQ.

  21. Hello,

    Thanks for this great article. Do you have any recommendation for high quality cotton shirting fabrics (twill, poplin…)?

    • Hello Tom,

      Tan Dinh market and the fabric stores across the street have a great selection of cotton, linen, poplin, etc.

  22. Hi, I’ll be in HCMC from the 25th of August to the 8th of September. Do you know where I can find info on Muay Thai or other combat sports events in the area? Also, what is the average cost of having some mens dress shoes made size 9?

  23. Hi Brinda!

    Greetings from Singapore!
    Would you know where in HCM can i get children’s animal prints on material such as jersey or cotton? Perhaps a recommendation for a tailor for children’s wear too?

    Thank you!

    • Hi Liyana,

      You can get stretch material at the Tan Dinh market in a variety of patterns. Any tailor can make children’s clothing – perhaps try out VH tailor on our recommended list of tailors. Keep in mind that finding children’s clothing is quite easy here so it may be a lot of effort to get custom tailored clothes for children unless you are looking for something very specific. Before you look for fabric, check out Saigon Square 1 or 2 or the Russian Market for ready made items. For info on locations, check out our shopping blog.

  24. Hi Brinda,

    I am a jewellery designer and would like to get my designs manufactured in Vietnam. Do you know of any jewellery manufactures? The designs are in sterling silver.

    Thank you

  25. Hi Brinda,
    Greetings!. I am planning to start my apparel store. It would be really helpful if you can guide where I can order premium quality cotton Shirts and Shorts for women.Can I source it directly from manufacturer. Please suggest with some contacts.

    Appreciate your help.

    Thank you

    • Hello,

      I would suggest websites such as to get in touch with large scale manufacturers and import/exporters.

      Thank you!

  26. Hi Brinda;

    Can you suggest a price range one would pay for custom made leather women’s shoes? Also a typical turnaround time.


    • Hello Ray,

      In Hoi An, the price range is incredibly variable, and it depends on the store, the material, and the design. Turnaround time is very quick – most places can get the shoes ready in a matter of hours. In Ho Chi Minh City, it is more expensive and typically the turnaround time is a week. Good luck!

  27. Hello Brinda. From Spain. I will visit HCMC an Hoi An for five days in each town. Where do I visit a tailor for men suits?.
    Thank you.

    • Hi Jose,

      Most of the tailors in Hoi An can do men’s suits. If price is not an issue, then you might try Yaly Couture. They are a bit more expensive, however I think they have some of the best tailors in Hoi An, and definitely the largest selection of quality fabrics.

    • We do not hear of many people tailoring Tshirts. You can buy quality off the rack t-shirts for around 200,000-400,000 VND. Tailored button-down shirts cost around 400,000 VND and up, depending on the quality of the fabric.

  28. Hi,
    I am attending my daughter’s wedding and I am looking for at least 2 gowns, maybe 1 formal dress and 1 pair of trousers and nice top to wear on days of the occasion. I am wearing them in a country with temperature between 19 and 66 degrees farenheit.

    Where can I find a selection of suitable materials and very good dressmaker?

    Thank you,

  29. Hi,

    Do you know if tailors will make suits based on just measurements? I am thinking of getting some suits for my wedding party but they will not be there in Vietnam

    • Hey Tam,
      Are you looking to rent or buy all those suits?
      If it’s your wedding day, the common practice here is renting the suits for the groom’s men.

  30. Hi, do you think i can find African prints in Vietnam? I need a tailor that can make clothes in bulk with Good quality African Prints

    • Hi Emerald,

      I’m not sure if you can find African prints in Vietnam. I cannot recall ever seeing any being sold in the markets.

  31. I don’t know if you can help me….but my son had about 30 pairs of linen walking short made for him while visiting Ho Chi Minh city a few years ago. They were burned up when his home burned down in the California wildfires. He would like to send one of his remaining pairs to a Vietnamese tailor and have 30-40 more made in that same pattern, only different linen colors. Do you know of a reputable shop there that could do this for him?


  32. Hi, thanks for writing this guide. It is super useful. I know that it has been a few years so I was wondering if you still recommend those dressmakers. I want to make some dresses and blouses and want to find a good but not too expensive tailor. However, most I’ve come across tend to specialise in men’s clothes so I don’t know whether I should go to them. Who would you recommend that do more ladies clothes?

    • Hi Amanda, the person that wrote this article no longer blogs for us and currently lives in Canada, so she would not be able to answer your question. Unfortunately we are not familiar with the dressmakers that Brinda recommended so we cannot vouch for their quality. Sorry we cannot not be of more help.


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