SNS Herning- fits?

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  1. sexonfabric

    sexonfabric Senior member

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    Its $323 according to what I'm seeing

    228 euro also equals $295...
     
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    thomasec Senior member

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    It's 192 euros ($248) due to VAT being deducted + free international shipping:

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  3. skitlets

    skitlets Senior member

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    Tempted to size down one since they actually carry XS...
     
  4. sexonfabric

    sexonfabric Senior member

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    How does VAT/Sales Tax work in America? Us Europeans don't get discounts when buying from USA...
     
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    skitlets Senior member

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    In the US, you only pay sales tax if the company has a physical presence in the state. Technically you're still supposed to report and pay sales tax but no one ever does.

    Looks like in Europe, everyone in Europe (or part of the EU?) has to pay VAT. Prices are usually listed in VAT, so for folk outside of Europe we can deduct 20% from the listed price.

    The main difference seems to be that European retailers include VAT in listed price. US retailers do not.
     
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  6. sexonfabric

    sexonfabric Senior member

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    Ah cool, thanks, Yeh we pay 20% on clothing...sucks.
     
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    any experience with their shipping company with duties / tax in usa or canada ?
     
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    Saksen Well-Known Member

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    Since I didn't get that indigo melange this season I'm thinking of picking up a black melange and then getting the indigo + burgundy next season. Those 3 seem like a nice collection of colors.
     
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    Does anyone know how does a size xs fit? Thinking about getting the Black Melange, but I'm scared it might be too small. If I usually wear XS in others brands, is this the good route to go?
     
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    HShadow its a dead sexy fit
     
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    We are spoiled in the USA. Cheap gas prices, cheap car prices, etc.
     
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    we have identical body types. I took an XL in the Stark and it fits loose. Now measures around 22.5 in the chest. I recommend a L.
     
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    if you usually wear XS in other brands, XS in SNS should fit you fine

    I'm 5 ft 8 with a 37.5" in chest and shoulders aren't broad. My XS stark fits.
     
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    As I believe it, sales tax in the US is by state and you only pay it if you're actually, physically in that state when you're purchasing that product. If you've ever bought anything in the US and had it shipped you in the EU, you probably wouldn't have noticed the sales tax as it wouldn't have been added to the price in the first place. In NYC the sales tax is set around 9%. I'm unsure about any federal taxes which may be placed on clothes...


    Once again NAMOR - you've proven an excellent source of knowledge and I'm once again owing you a debt of gratitude :slayer:
     

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