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One More fits the youth and middle-aged men

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Talking about the locations for shopping, you might think of Kampuchea Krom Boulevard, which has more clothes shop than any other street in Phnom Penh.

This week, if you go to Kampuchea Krom to buy men’s clothes for yourself or for your boyfriend, you will find a new men’s clothing store called One More After stepping into the shop, you will see hundred of suits neatly hung on the racks in multiple colors.

One More not only has a lot of clothes for teenagers, but it also has many kinds of clothes for adults and middle-aged people. The clothes are suitable for wearing to parties, work and so on. Wallets, belts, socks and other accessories are also available.

Thang Kheoung, owner of One More shop said that most of the clothes in One More are imported from places abroad such as Thailand and Hong Kong.

He added that during the first few months after the grand opening, all customers will get a 15 percent discount from clothes purchased at One More.

Although the clothes are are imports, the prices are happily low, with costs from $10 depending on the product.

If you want to buy men clothes as the a gift for your friends or for yourself, go to One More, #No 123 Kampuchea Krom Boulevard, Phnom Penh.

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