Address For Having A Charming Traditional Ao Dai in Hue

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It is perfect for having a tailor-made Ao Dai that matches all your expectations to showcase the hidden charm like Vietnamese ladies. Highlight your Vietnam trip now with a native made “Ao Dai.”

How to choose suitable material​

For a perfect, elegant ‘ao dai’, first and foremost, you have to to choose the suitable fabric. Ao Dai is usually made from chiffon, silk or lace thanks to its light and femininity showcasing the beauty of Vietnamese women. Alternatively, velvet fabric is a good option for Ao Dai material during cold weather or elderly people.

Where to buy the fabric?

Hue City is chock-full of fabric stores, silk shops and local markets where you can shop for a perfect piece of fabric for your traditional costume.

Prominently located on Pham Ngu Lao Street, Gia Huy Silk is a renowned tailor shop in Hue City. The shop features an extensive collection of textiles including local silk, cotton, cashmere, and wool alongside a team of professional consultants. Thus, coming there, you’ll definitely find suitable material to tailor your costume. Prices may vary according to length and design but overall are reasonable for both locals and foreigners. The shop even offers international shipping service which costs between $15 and $30.

  • Address: 48 – 50 Pham Ngu Lao Street, Hue
  • Tel: +84 54 383 1705
  • Opening hours: daily 10:00 am – 22:00 pm

Dong Ba Market is the most famous market and biggest commercial hub in Hue City. Apart from hundreds of stalls selling clothing, household items, handicrafts and fresh produce, the market is a trusted destination for buying fabric to make ‘ao dai’. Though the prices are mostly affordable, in some cases, bargaining is still necessary.  

Address: Tran Hung Dao Street, Hue City

Opening hours: daily at 03:00 am – 20:00 pm

Best tailor shops for Ao Dai in Hue

Ao Dai Minh Tam has been a long-established, reliable destination for tailoring traditional ‘ao dai’ since 1955. The shop offers a large collection of high-quality materials such as silk and lace so you no longer need to go further places to pick up the suitable fabric. Before making process, knowledgeable consultants will guide you to choose material, design, pattern, and colors that can promote your body and skin beauty.

Address: 57 Nguyen Sinh Cung Street, Hue City

Ao Dai Bich Thuy gains a good reputation for tailoring stunning ‘ao dai’. This boasts the only shop in Hue City that uses proprietary products of Thai Tuan Cloth, a high-end brand in Vietnam. A range of garments from normal cloth to velvet, lace, and silk are all available. Ao Dai Bich Thuy also offers various creative and delicate designs so you can have the best version of beautiful Vietnamese traditional Ao Dai. Especially, the making process requires much less time than other tailor shops. If you’re pressed for time, head to this address and receive your ‘ao dai’ within around 3 hours. However, the price can be much higher.

Address: 47 Vo Thi Sau Street, Hue City

This 70-year-old shop is such a gem for best tailor-made ao dai in Hue City. Here, you’ll be consulted carefully by a team of fashion experts in terms of models and colors before making a decision. Depending on the material, prices can vary. For example, a normal ‘ao dai’ costs around 250,000 VND but for one made from velvet or lace, the price can be above 500,000 VND. For those who do not have much time, a completed ‘ao dai’ can be made in one day.

Address: 221 Phan Dang Luu, Hue City

Special Note

To praise the beauty of Vietnamese women in Women International Day 8th March, female locals and foreigners wearing traditional Vietnamese ‘ao dai’ can visit several historical sites of Hue City such as the Imperial Citadel, Minh Mang and Tu Duc Tomb for free. This program is valid from 7th to 9th March.

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A unique experience that gets you into the inner royalty palace of Vietnam through artistic performances as well as a trip back to history through the common practices of Vietnam’s feudal period.


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