Vaatteiden tilaaminen EU:n ulkopuolelta?
Onko teillä kokemuksia vaatteiden tilaamisesta EU:n ulkopuolelta, etenkin Kiinassa tehtyjen?
Hesarin artikkelissa oli, että tarvitsisi ehkä jonkin todistuksen, Tullin sivuilta ei löytynyt varmaa tietoa, mutta vihjattiin jotain luvan anomisesta...
Tilausmaa olisi tässä tapauksessa USA, vaatteet kaksi takkia omaan käyttöön (arvoltaan koko tilaus olisi n. 115€).
oon tilannu vaikka kuinka paljon kamaa jenkeistä ja kiinasta ja muualta, ja ei oo mitään todistuksia tarvinnut. Ainoa mikä kannattaa pitää mielessä on vaan ne tullimaksut, eli ton hintaisesta paketista joudut maksamaan sekä tullimaksun että arvonlisäveron. Hintaa tulee äkkiä paketille reippaasti enemmän.
Minä olet tilannut VS:ltä, kuten varmaan kysyjäkin.
Tullia varten kannattaa säilyttää tilausvahvistus kuittina mm. tullin alv:tä varten.
Tilasin takin, hinta 148€, +toimituskulut n.40€ + suomen alv 23%.
This unfairness has to go
Shalini weds Ramesh; Anitha weds Prasad; Lakshmi weds Kiran; Sneha weds Deepak… What’s the common factor in these not-so-uncommon banners that are prominently displayed outside wedding halls? Why is the sequence not the other way, such as, Ramesh weds Shalini; Prasad weds Anitha…? The answer is simple: the parents of the respective girls are “sponsoring” the wedding. The world has moved ahead and women have been empowered across various strata of life. Yet in one vital aspect involving women, change has barely been visible. It concerns the great Indian wedding. The parents of a girl child lives in some sort of fear from the moment she is born. Even before a three-day-old infant is brought home from hospital, the first picture that comes to the mind of a typical Indian parent is the marriage of their daughter. The father starts working harder; he starts setting aside a chunk of money for the wedding of the hapless daughter, that would take place in the distant future. Both parents suddenly become mathematical geniuses, trying to calculate how much corpus (wedding corpus; just like a retirement corpus) they need to create for the daughter’s wedding. He starts building assets, and one of the important assets he puts his eye on is real estate. Ask him why he wants to invest in real estate, you would not be surprised by his answer. He would typically say. “I have a daughter yaar, who will marry her if I do not gift her a house when she would be ready for marriage?” He gets an approving nod from everyone around him, that he is doing the right thing. picture: http://www.queeniebridaldress.co.uk/beach-wedding-dresses Now about the mother? She too starts saving for her daughter’s wedding. She begins to buy small amounts of gold and silver; she starts subscribing to chit funds from the savings she manages to make out of the money her husband gives her to run the family. And this part of her saving is done secretly! She too is busy building a corpus for her daughter’s wedding. Ask her why, and she would nonchalantly say, “I’m doing this for my daughter’s wedding. Who will marry her if we do not send her with a good weight of jewellery on her”? And here too she gets an approving nod from everyone around her, indicating that she is doing just the right thing. After all this protecting and preparing for her wedding, one fine day that “M” day arrives. Since most families prefer an “arranged” marriage, the negotiations for a “good deal” starts. Once the groom is finalised, the next set of discussions begins: what is to be given, how much is to be given, where should the marriage take place, how many guests will come, what gifts should be given to a “select” set of relatives, et al, starts getting decided. And guess what, all these expenses are to be borne by the bride’s family. Apart from the bride’s side shouldering all the expenses, the groom will need to be gifted with a gold chain, gold bracelet, an expensive pair of shoes, a wrist watch, and in many cases a pot full of money.It does not end here. The groom, his family and his relatives have to be transported to the wedding hall in a good vehicle on the day of the wedding. The menu is not decided by the bride’s father, but has to be approved by the groom’s parents. The groom’s family, friends and relatives have to be personally taken care of by the bride’s family. They should be treated like royalty, because they are from the “groom’s side”. And finally, once the two/three day wedding events are over, the feedback starts coming in, where many bad, ugly comments would be ready; this was not good, that was not good, this and that should have been better, so on and so forth. This regressive tradition has to stop. So what if she is a she? So what if you are a he? Why should the girl and her parents be taking the responsibility for the conduct of a wedding? Why should they be standing with bent heads and folded hands and listening to you? Are you not man enough to spend equally for the wedding? The consequences are actually far-reaching. The rising demand for gold, skyrocketing real estate prices, growing corruption and the persisting practice of female infanticide, all have their roots in such insolent practices. No, I do not have a daughter, nor do I have a sister. But I have been a witness to this regressive tradition for a long time. Whenever I see a wedding banner outside a marriage hall my blood boils. Why has this not changed despite girls today becoming high-achievers? Many people continue atrocious practices connected with weddings unabashedly. This should stop. Can we see a wedding banner that reads “He weds She”? Of course I write this with due respect to those young men and their parents who refuse to penalise a bride and her family in such a manner. read more: http://www.queeniebridaldress.co.uk/cheap-wedding-dresses
TOPSTREETWEARIN 8e PALAUTUSMAKSU?!
Siis sama asia kuin pelkkä pukukopissa käynti maksaisi 8e? On olemassa nettikauppoja jossa palautus on ilmaista! Mitä mieltä
Tips to choose from lingerie of the big day
They say that to feel beautiful on the outside must also be beautiful on the inside, so you have to know how to choose the right lingerie for every moment. Today we give you the keys to choose the lingerie you know your bridal look. After prove thousand dresses and finally you found yours. It is certainly one of the best feelings there is, when you first see your dress. But for your wedding dress fits you like a glove, you must find the right lingerie. Not only it has to be beautiful, but also practical and functional. So today we bring you a series of tips that will be very useful to choose your wedding lingerie. http://cdn0.bodas.net/emp/fotos/1/2/7/9/ivette_c1279.jpg Lingerie Choose a color that is not transparent with your wedding dress . In principle the ideal colors are white, clarito ivory, beige and champagne. If your dress is tight or mermaid cut, and the fabric is smooth, unadorned must choose a completely smooth underwear, no frills or lace, that is not transparent dress. If the neckline of your dress is strapless, heart or asymmetrical, you should choose a strapless bra or corset. Remember that should be completely hidden by the dress. If you want to refine your figure you can bet on corsets, but make sure not to be too tight, you have to be beautiful, but also comfortable to enjoy your wedding. Many famous resort to functional underwear to wear a form of stroke. If you want to be really spectacular you give up not wear a fajita or coulotte with push up effect, yes, remember to choose a model that is nice. Read More Wedding Ideas from http://www.bridesmaidie.com and http://www.bridesmaidie.com/formal-dresses/
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Bahamas Wedding Industry Featured in Bridal Show
Several destination wedding and honeymoon suppliers from the Islands of The Bahamas were featured during the Ministry of Tourism’s (MOT) launched of its Romance Circuit Signature Bridal Show, in Atlanta, Georgia. Freda Malcolm, Director of Romance, at the MOT said, “Because of The Bahamas’ unparalleled diversity of its multi islands chain, and its romantic and natural beauty, The Bahamas has become of the most sought after destinations for weddings and honeymoons in the Caribbean. “Destination Weddings in particular have been increasing over the past few years and The MOT’s romance team endeavors to attract these lovebirds to our shores - whether it is a beach, garden, historical monument, themed or church wedding - our aim is to set couples’ weddings and romance experiences apart from any other type of travel making it a once in a life-time occasion,” she said. The MOT is setting a new trend in how we interact with engaged couples desirous of having either a destination wedding or honeymoon in The Islands of The Bahamas,” she said. “With so many islands to choose from, our romance team launched today, it's first ever Romance Circuit - Signature Bridal Shows, in Atlanta, Georgia and the remaining shows will take place in eleven cities throughout the United States,” she said. “The exclusive Signature Bridal Show held at the Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia was an intimate and festive affair, which gave newly engaged couples residing in Georgia, an opportunity to personally meet with top Bahamian vendors and simultaneously, experience the diverse culture of The Bahamas. Among the featured events were a Junkanoo rush out, delicious refreshments, fashion show and several Bahamian vendors, who provided each couple with a $250 credit toward their bridal service including: JW Events and Nassau Florist, Hollis Cosmetics & Spa, Lorenzo McKenzie Photography and Videography Services, Chevette Williams Jewelry Designs, Kendra Beneby of Thatch Collection, and Abaco Beach Resort. Bahamian fashion designer, Kendra Beneby provided exclusive resort wear for the fashion show. MOT-2.jpg picture: http://www.queeniebridaldress.co.uk “My pieces represent an easy going yet luxurious side of island living,” she said. Kendra of Thatch Collection is about making wearable yet fashion forward pieces that will work for every woman. I not only cater to everyday wear, but bridal wears as well. This opportunity has allowed me to showcase my clothing line to a broader spectrum of people and definitely assist in making Thatch Collection a household name,” she said. Jewelry designer Chevette Williams said she “was thrilled to work with the MOT on this initiative which provided me with an opportunity to showcase and expose my one-of-a- kind, custom made designs internationally”. “I work with brides to provide elegant, sophisticated and standout pieces that are customized and made to compliment their dress and unique style. The majority of my work incorporates natural products such as the conch shell; sea-glass, driftwood and the sand-dollar (to name a few) infused with beautiful Swarovski crystals, which give each piece a classy, high-end feel yet with an authentic, handmade, island flare. A bride wants to standout and be memorable on her wedding day, my pieces are designed to help her do just that,” she said. Veteran photographer and videography, Lorenzo McKenzie exhibited his professional high-quality digital photography services, including his coffee table albums and canvas enlargements as well as high definition video recording and editing. “We have captured hundreds of destination weddings in The Bahamas over the past twenty years and are just happy to showcase our professionally produced photography and videography services to the US market,” he said. Hollis Roberts, Co-owner of Hollis Cosmetics and Spa said “the new venture was most timely for us as it provided us an opportunity to not only showcase our diverse spa services and unique make-up line, Hollis Cosmetics, but also widen our exposure internationally, especially as we expand our offices to include Nassau and February Point in Exuma”. “Our full beauty service ranges from facials, to waxing, nail and hair care, make up and full line massages for the bride and the groom,” she said. As a participant in the Signature Bridal Show, each registered couple were given an opportunity to win a 4 days-3 nights stay at the forty acres Abaco Beach Resort, in Marsh Harbour, Abaco. Brent Ingraham, Sales and Marketing Director, for the Abaco Beach Resort said, “partnering with the MOT on this Signature Bridal Show was not just good for the country, it’s also good for us. After visiting our booth, the resort team is confident that couples looking for something unique and different are sure to fall in love all over again - only this time with us. Our anything but ordinary wedding packages take the hassle out of planning and when requested, our wedding planner also works