Trying to find American Stores...

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  1. #11

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    Where are those shops? Are they just in the shopping lane of Stanley Market?


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    Actually when I went back to HK last time, I saw a lot of American brands in Stanley Market and the sizes are mostly L to XL but occasionally you maybe able to find a few M or S sizes. The price is pretty good. I bought for my cowork a knitted weather made for Neiman Marcus in HK which I saw in the US for $120. It's XL but that fit her perectly. I paid 60$hk. I beieve it's real because a lot of more expensive names Like Liz Clabourn
    and Ann Taylor are made in HK but some though in China. These are clothings with slight defect or surplus of the factory. If the sizes fit, they are better than 50% off in the US.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jaetee:
    Where are those shops? Are they just in the shopping lane of Stanley Market?
    Actually, they are everywhere. I've seen Westwood by Wanchai Southern Sports ground, Central by bottom of escalator, Causeway Bay next to Mitsubushi shopping plaza etc. they are everywhere!!

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    Shops in Stanley

    In Stanley Market there are 2 shops in particular you should try. The first on is the "Good Price Shop" or something to that effect. It is at the very end of the market at the Bayside Brasserie side. One side is ladies clothing (Ralph Lauren, Ambercrombie etc.) the other side has some cute kids clothes. The other shop is called "Sun and Moon". After the first shop, walk right through the market, keeping right at the "Y" in the path. It is a little further up on the left hand side. There is a 'chop shop' (selling chops of course) just before it. You should have some good luck finding American brands here. Also, stop back in often since they get new stuff every week. Good luck!


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    Wow, thanks all. I am going to look forward to finding the places mentioned even though I usually get lost around here.

  6. #16

    One more thing about the Stanley shops... they are not like shopping in a proper store. Some items they have in only a few sizes, some don't have sizes in all colors etc. Its a bit like treasure hunting... you're never quite sure what you're gonna find! Definately worth a look though. I've struck gold quite a few times


  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by canuckinhk:
    ... you're never quite sure what you're gonna find!
    No, that's a box of chocolates!

  8. #18

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    Try Shenzhen. They have everything there. If not, they just make it for you.


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