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I like that selection for the UK store. Will customers here in the States be able to purchase something on the UK website?
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Originally Posted by dls160 View Post

I like that selection for the UK store. Will customers here in the States be able to purchase something on the UK website?

Yes, of course you can purchase from the UK site when it's up and running... the beauty of the internet! What in particular interested you though? Some of the items are also available in the US...
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It'll be ehaberdasher.co.uk?

Yes - correct!
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Hello I just came across the ehaberdasher site and its absolutely great. I was wondering do you ship to Germany too? And are there any Caruso suits in Midnight 40L (european 98) coming in any time soon?

I must say the Battisti scarves are marvellous. Since I´m not familiar with the US lenths could you please tell me how long there are in cm?

Thank you very much.

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No Benjamin suits for the UK part of the webstore?

 

The Benjamin  suits appears to be excellent value/quality and returns would be easier for me if you were based in the UK and less costly.

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Originally Posted by Asem View Post

Hello I just came across the ehaberdasher site and its absolutely great. I was wondering do you ship to Germany too? And are there any Caruso suits in Midnight 40L (european 98) coming in any time soon?
I must say the Battisti scarves are marvellous. Since I´m not familiar with the US lenths could you please tell me how long there are in cm?
Thank you very much.

Right now we don't have any more Caruso on the horizon.

As far as metric conversions go, since there are varying lengths and widths you may wish to use this calculator:

http://manuelsweb.com/in_cm.htm
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Originally Posted by Martin Ramsdal View Post

No Benjamin suits for the UK part of the webstore?

The Benjamin  suits appears to be excellent value/quality and returns would be easier for me if you were based in the UK and less costly.

We eventually will, but not right away...
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Thank you very much.
 

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Hi there,

 

I just received my first order from you - very impressed, not so impressed with HMRC in the UK with 31% duty!

 

I have a 17.5 Borrelli shirt, and am curious to know what the shrinkage would likely to be when washing on 30 degrees (lowest setting in the machine and air drying).

 

It fits comfortably (just) brand new out of the pack, and for reference a Benjamin 17.75 shirt fits about perfectly.

 

Do you have any advice r.e. the shrinkage, could moving the button if shrinkage does occur be an option etc.

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Noremedy View Post

Hi there,

I just received my first order from you - very impressed, not so impressed with HMRC in the UK with 31% duty!

I have a 17.5 Borrelli shirt, and am curious to know what the shrinkage would likely to be when washing on 30 degrees (lowest setting in the machine and air drying).

It fits comfortably (just) brand new out of the pack, and for reference a Benjamin 17.75 shirt fits about perfectly.

Do you have any advice r.e. the shrinkage, could moving the button if shrinkage does occur be an option etc.

Thanks!

Yikes... 31%! Yes sadly international buyers are subject to that, but hopefully you'll be able to find things on our UK website when we launch in another week or two (hopefully)! There'll be VAT, but it will still be better for you than shopping from the US site.

Regarding the shirts, the Borrelli really shouldn't shrink much. If anything the Benjamin shirt may shrink slightly, but yes, moving a button slightly can be an option I suppose.
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Originally Posted by eHaberdasher View Post


Yikes... 31%! Yes sadly international buyers are subject to that, but hopefully you'll be able to find things on our UK website when we launch in another week or two (hopefully)! There'll be VAT, but it will still be better for you than shopping from the US site.

Regarding the shirts, the Borrelli really shouldn't shrink much. If anything the Benjamin shirt may shrink slightly, but yes, moving a button slightly can be an option I suppose.

Out of interest, what is the pricing strategy for the UK website?

 

I sincerely hope you're not going to do $1=£1, I'd hope you'll maintain U.S prices and slap on VAT?

 

Cheers

post #1332 of 2241
Regarding the Benjamin shirts, how do the people who bought them compare them to other name brands? (borrelli, truzzi, barba, etc) They look great, I'm just very curious about the fit, construction, and most importantly the fabric.
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

Regarding the Benjamin shirts, how do the people who bought them compare them to other name brands? (borrelli, truzzi, barba, etc) They look great, I'm just very curious about the fit, construction, and most importantly the fabric.

 

I have a few and have been more than pleased given the price.

 

Pros:

-fabrics are nice although some are a miss for me

-big soft Italian collars

-really great slim darted fit, i use my Benjamin shirts as the template for all my other shirts

-price

 

Cons:

-some fabrics are a miss, but this is the same as any maker at any price

-buttons are plastic

-no handwork but everything seems satisfactorily sewn

-not many choices in 15.5 or 16 at the moment

post #1334 of 2241
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

Regarding the Benjamin shirts, how do the people who bought them compare them to other name brands? (borrelli, truzzi, barba, etc) They look great, I'm just very curious about the fit, construction, and most importantly the fabric.

I have two. The fabric and construction are quite nice. My only problem is fit, and this could be my fault. I got two shirts. One fits me very well, and is one of my favorite shirts. The other, ordered in the same size, is very, very slim, with tails too short to be tucked in.

I'm guessing there are two different fit models here that I overlooked when I ordered, so I suppose my main point is to just make be careful when ordering. That said, they are very nice shirts, and I haven't found much better for the price.

Note also that the sleeves are very long and you will likely need to have them tailored. This is fairly common though.
post #1335 of 2241
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

I have a few and have been more than pleased given the price.

Pros:
-fabrics are nice although some are a miss for me
-big soft Italian collars
-really great slim darted fit, i use my Benjamin shirts as the template for all my other shirts
-price

Cons:
-some fabrics are a miss, but this is the same as any maker at any price
-buttons are plastic
-no handwork but everything seems satisfactorily sewn
-not many choices in 15.5 or 16 at the moment

Great information!

The buttons thing doesn't bother me much, I pick up cheap shirts at the thrift store with MOP buttons for this purpose.

Glad to hear the collars are nice, that's the other thing I was wondering about.

Regarding the fit, I have had to use a BB ESF shirt for a template, but its not great. They still make the bottom area around the stomach way too big. Is it as slim as a lot of italian shirts?
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