Bangkok Paul’s Fashion Tailor

by Zhiqiang & Tingyi on March 18, 2011 · 163 comments

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On March 18, 2011
Last modified:March 29, 2013


No hassle, quick measurements taken for my suit and shirt; Great location next to Platinum Fashion Mall; Friendly Service and Great package prices for suit, shirts and pants. Paul's Fashion is Highly Recommended by if you are looking to do some custom tailoring.

There are lots of tailor shops in Bangkok but you can expect a huge variance in quality and prices for the same tailor-made shirt. Avoid those which rely on dishonest taxi or tuk-tuk drivers to bring unsuspecting customers to their shops. The premium you are paying for your shirts/suits will most likely go to their commissions.

If in doubt, check out forums and word-of-mouth referrals for good honest tailors e.g we found Paul’s Fashion through a referral from a friend. Paul’s Fashion is located in Amari Watergate Hotel, just opposite the popular fashion mall – Platinum Mall and beside another popular shopping haunt – Pratunam Market. The Paul’s Fashion is now run by Mr Mike Gulati whose father, Paul started the shop here 13 years ago. As Paul’s Fashion reputation for good workmanship and reasonable price grew, so did competitors who set up shop just opposite Paul’s Fashion. When we visited the Paul’s Fashion, we counted at least 4 other tailor shops around it on the same level of Amari Watergate Hotel – one of which was only just open for a week!

Paul's Fashion Bangkok Tailor Made Suit Amari Watergate Hotel

Not sure whether you want single breasted suit with one/two/three buttons or a double breasted suit or whether to get a Napolean or Button Down collar? There are lots of references available from magazines and books in the shop and ask Ram, the shop manager who can provide you with recommendations on what’s suitable for your body type.

There is also little hassle in making a custom suit and shirt. Ram noted down my preferences for cloth quality and design and made the necessary measurements within an hour during my first visit. I came back the next day for a quick 30-minute fitting (which explains the makeshift suit in the picture above). With Platinum Mall just across the street, we will have to come back for more shopping anyway so it wasn’t a hassle returning for the fitting session. Paul’s Fashion then delivered the custom-made suit and shirts the next day evening (suit, 3 shirts and 2 pants all tailor-made in less than 3 days).

If you are looking for good quality workmanship at reasonable prices, you can check out Paul’s Fashion. They offer a special package exclusively for Singaporeans – for 7900 Thai Baht, you will get this set: 1 suit (comes with 1 trouser) + 1 extra trouser + 2 shirts + 2 ties. Tell them that you are referred by and you will get an additional 10% discount on your purchase. Don’t worry, does not take a single cent from such purchases. :-)

Update (19 March 2013): New package available at Paul’s Fashion – 3 Shirts and 2 Trousers at 4999 Thai Baht Sorry, this promotion is no longer available!

Contact Info:
Paul’s Fashion
Amari Watergate Hotel (just opposite Platinum Mall)
Shop#1 847 Petchburi Rd, Pratunam
Rajthevi, Bangkok, 10400 THAILAND

E-Mail: [email protected]

The shop is open Monday – Saturday 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM and by appointment only on Sunday.

No hassle, quick measurements taken for my suit and shirt; Great location next to Platinum Fashion Mall; Friendly Service and Great package prices for suit, shirts and pants. Paul's Fashion is Highly Recommended by if you are looking to do some custom tailoring.

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1 John May 12, 2014 at 9:23 pm


I will be in Bangkok from 22-27 May. I am looking at getting some tailoring services done:
1. Altering the length of my suit jacket sleeves by about 1 inch
2. Getting a charcoal pants to match one of my existing jacket
3. Getting a new navy suit (jacket and pants)
4. Getting some matching pocket squares

Can I get a rough idea on how much it might cost and how long it might take? Would love to hear a favourable response from you soon. Thank you in advance!



2 Mike May 14, 2014 at 3:37 pm

Hi John
Thanks for your interest
22-27 May is sufficient time
1.Can alter
2.Will try to match as close as possible
3.We have different of navys you can choose from different of prices too
4.Will check the pocket square for you
We need around 2 days
Cost of suits depends on fabric estimate from THB 5000-8000
Special offer
1 Suit
1 Extra Trouser
2 Shirts
1 tie
THB 8500 S120-S150 wool/Cashmere
The jacket you wanted to shorten the sleeves if it was made by us no extra charges otherwise we need to see the jacket before quotation
Looking Forward


3 Charles September 17, 2014 at 12:37 pm

I would like to make 3 shirts, kindly advise how many days it might take? I will be in Bangkok from 15-18 Nov, arriving Bangkok roughly at 8pm (Saturday). Possible to collect the shirts by Tuesday morning?



4 Paul's Fashion September 18, 2014 at 2:50 am

Dear Charles
Yes sir possible to collect shirt by tuesday
Please Come saturday before 9pm or sunday by 10:30 am


5 David Han October 4, 2014 at 11:36 pm

Dear Mike
I will be making a trip to Bangkok from 13-16 Nov 2015 and will be dropping by your shop to make 3 shirts and 3 pants. Do you have any special package and will there be enough time to get them done by the morning of 16th Nov as I need to catch my flight around noon? Cheers


6 Paul's Fashion October 8, 2014 at 7:32 am

Dear David
Thanks for contacting us
3 days is enough we will make sure we deliver to your hotel by the 15th November
Shirts THB 800-1200
Pants THB 1200-1500
Looking forward


7 Sofy Johnson November 24, 2014 at 7:04 pm

Thank for this helpful post, there are many custom tailors’ clothes providers are, but some of them provide only quality, and reasonable clothes and Bangkok tailors are known for their customized services.


8 Hing December 7, 2014 at 10:53 pm


Was thinking to customise a suit (jacket & pants), can I know how much will that be?



9 Paul's Fashion December 9, 2014 at 5:32 pm

Dear Hing
We have special offer
1 Suit
1 trouser
2 Shirts
1 tie
THB 8500


10 Wx December 11, 2014 at 12:38 pm


I will be arriving in Bangkok on 27th December Saturday.

What hours are you opened for on Saturday and Sunday?



11 Paul's Fashion December 12, 2014 at 12:44 am

Hi Sir
Mon -Sat


12 Hous January 1, 2015 at 8:01 pm

Nice blog…. I read your article its so nice. your collection is so cool thanks for sharing this blog.


13 annoyed February 18, 2015 at 10:53 pm

Recent trip to Paul, there isn’t any discount after mentioning referred by passportchop.

No much explanation by the staff, have to top up for customization like double collar.

I tailored a suit and a few shirts, but upon delivery to hotel, there is a missing shirt. Not sure if it is an honest mistake by Paul fashion or it is their usual practice.

In my opinion, they are overrated, there are many other tailors offering cheaper packages.


14 Zhiqiang & Tingyi February 19, 2015 at 9:44 am

hi “annoyed” – Paul’s Fashion usually replies here to feedback; hopefully they can address the issue of the missing shirt. That is definitely not usual practice based on my own experience.


15 Mike Gulati June 17, 2015 at 11:42 pm
16 Steven June 16, 2015 at 2:42 am

Hi, i’m interested to tailor a casual blazer and some shirts. Can you advice on the price range? Thanks


17 Mike Gulati June 17, 2015 at 11:43 pm

Dear Steven

Our Price range is from THB 3500-6500 All depends on the fabric
Shirts THB 800-1200



18 Eywen July 29, 2015 at 1:09 pm


I am interested to alter my wedding suit during my visit to Bangkok this October.
Would like to know what is the range of the charges on the suits? and what is included in the package? How many days (including weekend) needed for the suits making?



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