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Perfect Custom suit - Quick Turnaround

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

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“Tricia and Verona's - Ho Chi Minh City's Great Tailor Sisters”

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Tyler J - Clien

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Fantastic Tailors, Exceptional Quality and Service - District 1

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Ron K - Client

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Vietnam new shopping capital for tailor made clothes

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Sarah Nicholson - news.com.au

there's a good selection of material, the tailors make the best copies of the magazine pictures I present and everything fits first time - with Tricia & Verona a good second option.

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Ho Chi Minh City

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Emily Brady - New York Times

“For [a tailor] with panache and a 24-hour turnaround, duck into Tricia & Verona (39 Dong Du Street; 84-8-3824-4556; www.triciaandverona.com). This boutique and workshop is run by two sisters who have Anglicized their names to reflect their more Western sense of style -- namely, more daring cuts.”

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A tailored suit, takeaway

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Joel Gibson - The Sydney Morning Herald

“[After leaving my suit] on a luggage trolley at Sydney Airport…Tricia and Verona…[offered] to make me another suit, then discounted the price because they felt sorry for me, and shipped it out with a Christmas card and a complimentary tie. Now that is a Vietnamese tailor worth doing business with.”

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Ho Chi Minh City Shopping - a review by the NY Times

Monday, January 21, 2008

Emily Brady

HO CHI MINH CITY, or Saigon, as most locals still call it, is a relative newcomer. With only three centuries of history, compared with Hanoi’s thousand years, the city has a youthful spirit and is quick to embrace change. This is not the Saigon familiar to the West in films like “Apocalypse Now”; it’s a forward-looking city, home to glittering skyscrapers, innovative fashion and a pulsing night life. As Vietnam’s largest city, it has an energy and noise level that can be at once exhilarating and wearying. Sure, you can still catch an occasional glimpse of picture-postcard Vietnam, like an old woman in a conical hat pedaling a bicycle, but she’ll most likely be lost in a sea of motorbikes, rumbling toward the future.

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Custom-made in Saigon

Friday, April 27, 2007

Naomi Lindt - Budget Travel Magazine

Opened a year ago by sisters Tuyen Tran and Vy Tran (who anglicized their names to Tricia and Verona to convey their Western sense of style), the store’s crisp white walls, low lacquer tables and contemporary light fixtures make it feel more like a boutique than a workshop. Specialties include wool coats, slacks, and muslin tops.

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Transcript: Vietnam Audio Slide Show

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Naomi Lindt - Budge Travel Magazine

“This sleek boutique is called Tricia and Verona. It’s located right across the street from the Sheraton Hotel on Dong Du Street [Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam], which is lined with bars and restaurants…They have bags full of fabric samples and piles of magazines to help generate ideas, and many fun, fashionable items to buy off the rack or to have copied. I …encountered lots of well-heeled expats picking up glamorous silk jackets and dresses during [my visit].”

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Ho Chi Minh City Shopping

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Trip Advisor

“Take your favorite shirts, shorts, or pants to the lovely Tricia and Verona who’ll make you a perfect copy in silk, linen, or finest Egyptian cotton.”

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