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Branding Clothes

Posted by JesseM on 1/6/2012 at 22:04

I want to buy branding clothes that's on sale. I want the real one not the fake one. Do you guys have any suggestion on where about?

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Posted by Tennouji on 1/6/2012 at 23:25

If you mean being sold, then how about a Gucci or Prada shop?

If you want reduced-price designer goods then how about a Gucci or Prada shop that has reduced some items!

I guess if you can't afford the real ones then you have to make do with the fake ones.

Alternatively, you could just not bother with brands that charge hundreds of dollars for something that costs a fraction of that to produce all because people believe that they are showing others they have some kind of "life-style".

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Posted by Emma4823 on 2/6/2012 at 03:06

Try MBK Center. Get off the sky train at national stadium station and you can just walk in from there. They have many branding clothes and always onsale throught out the year.

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Posted by longbeach on 2/6/2012 at 18:48

Siam Paragon next to MBK has expensive branded products. Not cheap unless there's a big sale on and big sizes not much of them either. MBK doesn't have many branded products, a few but mostly cheaper stuff. Both those malls have good food courts. Paragon is on the ground level with MBK up higher level 5 from memory.

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Posted by KirstyB on 3/6/2012 at 00:03

By brands do you mean designer labels like Prada, Gucci etc or do you mean more everyday brands like GAP,Esprit, Uniqlo and well-known surf and sports brands?

If it is the former, then Siam Paragonis probably the place to start but for me Paragon is too much Jimmy Choo and not enough fake Haviana so I tend to head to either Central World Plaza or Terminal 21 for “international” shopping.

There you'll find the above mentioned as well as many other stores (and if you're from the UK, including M&S, Next and Miss Selfridge – although they tend to stock the office type stuff rather than casual; not cheap though so no point in buying it unless you're really stuck). I believe H&M is due at Siam Paragon later this year too!! :-) MBK doesn't have much to offer in the way of clothing except for cheap t-shirts.

I haven't a clue about the top end designer stuff but in my experience shopping for international brands in Thailand isn't exactly a bargainer hunters paradise – I only do it out of necessity if I'm in dire need of a wardrobe/backpack refresh; but I don't know where you are coming from and what your shopping options are ….....

And although you didn't specify Bangkok, you're pretty limited on branded clothing outside of the capital so shop there if you need to. Happy shopping!

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