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where do u shop for men's clothing in Beijing usually?

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babygodzilla

i honestly can hardly find any male clothing that i like at the markets like Wudaokou and Xidan. iono why the style just doesnt match my taste. im looking for a dressi-er shirt that i can wear to work, and to a bar/club. something casual yet presentable. i went to Giordano and they do not have a SINGLE buttoned shirt. not ONE. i was SO confused. instead they have all these overpriced t-shirts with mickey mouse on it. i was baffled... i dont wanna sound so high-and-mighty or like am flaunting or something but maybe i need to go to a real, branded store. cause when i go to the markets like wudaokou and xidan i find all these funky dress shirts that i think would look better in a gangster movie than in real life. besides, id rather pay a lil more for guaranteed quality, for a shirt that would last me years. my friend bought basketball shoes at wudaokou and it ripped within 3 hours, right after he played some ball. i usually shop at G2000, U2, Banana Republic, FCUK, Club Monaco, Diesel. of course i only buy when they're on sale :mrgreen::tong

so any suggestions where i should go? thanks!!

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gougou

I'm nowhere near being a fashion expert, so don't overrate my advice, but maybe you should try the area around the zoo. Right opposite of it is a shopping mall with lots of small shops on the inside, and underground there is a huge area of what Chinese style outlet stores - it says 60 dollars on the label and you pay like 20 kuai. I went there a couple of weeks ago, and as far as I recall they also had some dressier stuff.

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liuzhou
any suggestions where i should go?

Several. None of them suitable for a family forum.

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Harvey

All those trendy shops are on WANG FU JIN street in Beijing. I forgot what the characters are.... but I know for a fact that G2000 is there.

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babygodzilla

ah! thx for the replies! i went to wangfujin once but i didnt get to explore much cause we were very tired. ill have to go there again.

the zoo is it? okok ill ask around! thx!!

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snarfer

Ya Show, across from worker's stadium, has tons of that kind of stuff, and caters to western tastes in clothing. Get ready to bargain hard. Personally, I find WangFuJing over-priced. And I'm so sick of all those Chinese girls with their come-on lines trying to lure me into buying some useless crap.

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