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It's True! Western-sized Women's Clothes in Bangkok

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It's True ~~ and proven!!!!!! Central Department Store (Chidlom) has a Mark and Spencer's on the 2nd or 3rd floor (can't remember which) that carries Western women's sizes. I tried having a tailor make me some casual blouses, but wasn't really happy with the results. So I went to CDS ~~ based on a rumor ~~ and was able to buy several very casual and casual dressy T-tops. Since this is a UK store, the sizes are really European and I had to get one, and sometimes two, sizes bigger than I wear in the US.
But I am pleased with everything I found at Mark and Spencer's.

Good luck to anyone else who is in need of Western-sized clothes.

Sandra

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