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post #31 of 34
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Depends on where you go.

 

€70 at one place, €45 at another (per meter).  So you need at least 3 meters, so A LOT! 

 

I got a piece for €38 per meter, but their selection is limited. 

 

I hear if you go to the right place at the right time you can get it for €30, but I've not seen prices this low. 

 

 

As mentioned earlier in this forum- the one outlet for Riva in the US charges $50 per half yard, so like €75 per meter. 

post #32 of 34
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Depends on where you go.

€70 at one place, €45 at another (per meter).  So you need at least 3 meters, so A LOT! 

I got a piece for €38 per meter, but their selection is limited. 

I hear if you go to the right place at the right time you can get it for €30, but I've not seen prices this low. 


As mentioned earlier in this forum- the one outlet for Riva in the US charges $50 per half yard, so like €75 per meter. 
€70 per meter? That is crazy! I think that €45 per meter is the average, but I would love to find it on sale one day. Maybe the high price is for their linen offerings.
post #33 of 34
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Yea- 70 is stoopid high, but still cheaper than it sells for on US websites.  But, €45 is what they know we will pay locally, so they charge it.  Like I said, some footwork will lead you to lower prices, but the other places don't have the selection. Some places won't carry it at all because they say its quality is not worth its price. 

 

I don't know. 

post #34 of 34
RRP is around €70. February sales are coming up and you will find some places that will advertise in the windows something on the lines "Riva shirt cut (it will be 3m) for €90" or something in that region. Mostly it will not include solids poplins, but it has happen that some fabric shops have put on sale the whole range. Buonanno used to have 4 branches around the city, but as I understand he had to close two last year, so business is not great and sales may be deeper.
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