South Bund Fabric Market

Row 1

Details
399 Lujiabang Rd (Nancang Street)
上海市, 200032
Apparel, Shop
Hours
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Jack at #132, came recommended to me by an Italian friend who only wears suits. I recommend him in turn, great fabric selection, well made, perfect fit first time. definitely going back.
  • I make my shirts, pants, suits and jackets from 325. I'm 1.9m tall and very large frame. Love his cutting! Makes u feel confident wearing your clothes!
  • Lowest price you can get on a men's dress shirt is 80RMB (they'll start you at 120RMB). Lowest on a 2-piece suit is 450RMB (they'll start you at 600RMB or more).
  • Room N 129! NEVER DO ANYTHING THERE! they took the money for the suit, made it all wrong, and didnt want to give money or suit back!!!
  • Judy at stall 252 is amazing. She's made me a flawless wardrobe!
  • HIGHLY recommend Michael & Tina (Floor 2, Room 202), if you appreciate quality!
  • This is one of the best places in Shanghai to get fabrics for low prices. Some of the products you'll find are Chinese and Thai silk, as well as cashmere, wool, and cotton. Open from 8:30 am to 6 pm.
  • CHINEESE GOVERMENT WILL ALWAYS PROTECT CHINESE! But ag least a i can help some people here! PLEASE SPREAD OUT THIS INFORMATION! NEVER BUY ANYTHING AT PLACE N 129! Joice and Rita! They cheat!!!
  • Michael & Tina - stall 126 have the best bespoke men's suits, shirts
  • 127 first floor great for dresses and reasonable prices...tell them ;)
  • If you're planning to get any custom tailoring in SH, this is a great fabric market. it's on the low-end of custom, but great for ideas. Some more on custom tailoring: http://bit.ly/sbb1jb
  • cheapest place for tailormade clothing. you get what your pay for is the rule.
  • Don't use shop 301/302 unless you are prepared to come back at least twice to have it done right - and it takes a week each time. Quality is terrible so check all seams. Right first time - not here!!
  • Bargain the silk tie kits down to RMB20, if you're buying more than one. Use gifts for dressy gentlemen.
  • Bring an image of your favorite drapey designer dress to Stall 300 Xu Hong Ya has a large stock of Chinese silks and silk-cotton blends.
  • Stall 252B is painfully incompetent. Avoid at all costs.
  • If you want shirts that fit perfectly the first time, go to Lin at 146
  • Of course bargain, but also keep in mind that the shopkeepers will take extra care of you and special requests if you're not too pushy. Getting a tailor you can trust in the long run is worth it.
  • 3rd floor, ask for tong.
  • Jojo at stall 134 is great for suits!