If you are looking for cheap souvenirs to bring home, then yes, you can find them here. As others have said, the bargaining is the key and the starting prices are generally through the roof. That being said, if you have the time you can get a few bargains. I have bought prescription eyewear here (recommend Doreens on 4th floor). I would not buy my day-to-day glasses here, but if you want to get a back-up pair of faux designer glasses you can get them from between $25 - $80 depending on frames, lens type, etc. Quick service and can read your glasses to find prescription strength. For men's tailor's, all are hit or miss. I have used Tony's on 3rd floor. If you get simple cuts, you can get an OK suit for around $80-$110- be prepared to have it altered again as it will not be right when you pick it up, it might even take 2 fittings - so don't even think about it unless you have 3 days in Beijing. Their top coats are a better bet as fit doesn't need to be quite so tailored. If you want no-name leather goods, you can come out ok. The "designer" stuff is generally crap. If you can get if for $10- $20 then it might be worth the gamble. It may last a month, a year, or more. They are aggressive, but laugh it off and remember you don't have to buy anything. They will touch you, but if it feels like grabbing just tell them and they will back off. Be prepared to spend some time.
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