On September 1, 2012 will be remembered as one of the worst days in history to Spanish consumers that the value added tax – VAT – will be 21% instead of the current 18%, which will mean a substantial increase in the prices of the products. Fortunately, some of the best-known clothing firms in the country are put on the part of the consumer and already have already announced that they will absorb this 3% plus VAT without that impact on citizens without raising further the price of such products (plenty of deserved will be letter claim). Here are the 10 best-known clothing brands that do not apply the damn tax rise:-Pronovias: the chain of bridal gowns, has recently assured that do not affect the rise in VAT from 18% to 21% in the prices of the products. The measure extends to all clients that have already made payments in their dresses custom-made and need to collect them and settle them in date after the VAT hike. -Handle: the signature Catalan diigida per in Enric Almost, that currently offers discounts of up to 70% on your online shop, nor rise VAT to its customers starting in September. -Zara: more international brand companies of Amancio Ortega Emporium has assured in a statement that it will not increase VAT. In addition, other brands of Inditex (Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterque) will also absorb the increase from 18 to 21% of VAT announced by the Spanish Government, and will not increase the price of their products (and to avoid claims and complaints from its thousands of buyers). With this decision, Inditex maintains its policy of stability in prices, which already absorbed the previous rise in VAT in Spain, through identification of efficiencies in diverse areas of their activity, they claim from Iditex….