For my customers but also for all the others who have a problem with paying when they want to buy online. This guide will explain to you how it's actually very simple.
Paying at PayPal without a PayPal account
Payments for DDivna are made at PayPal, but you do not need to own a PayPal account to pay: you may enter your credit card's data directly at PayPal and complete your payment. You don't need to register a PayPal account neither.
Once you get redirected to PayPal, just do as follows:
1. Make sure the "Don't have a PayPal account?" option is selected
If your PayPal page looks as follows, just click on "Don't have a PayPal account?".
2. Enter your credit card's data
Address, email & phone number may also be requested depending on your country.
When you are done, click on "Review and Continue".
3. Click on "Pay Now"
4. Click on "No, Thanks"
5. Finally, click on "Pay now" you will complete your payment
My daughter has brought the old armchair in my apartment last month. Together we removed the old cloth and cleaned it thoroughly. And that was it! My daughter had to leave. I did not have the heart to throw it away, although it looked horrible. Then came the boyfriend of my sister with the tools and here is what we did. What do you think, is it worth the effort?
Perhaps more than any other piece of clothing, the little black dress is, women have been told, the essential, the one that will take you practically anywhere. And perhaps more than any other designer, Coco Chanel was the one who made it ubiquitous. She did not invent the concept, of course, but according to Coco Chanel: The Legend and the Life “the little black dress was not formally identified as the shape of the future until 1926, when American Vogue published a drawing of a Chanel design.… It was an apparently simple yet elegant sheath, in black crêpe de Chine, with long, narrow sleeves, worn with a string of white pearls; and Vogue proved to be correct in the prediction that it would become a uniform. A little black dress makes a woman feel beautiful and glamorous. It's a long-lasting, versatile and affordable to a large market of women, and is certainly here to stay.
Each era has developed a little black dress in their own orientation: in the thirties of the last century, little black dress uniform was a Femme Fatale in the fifties was the symbol of glamor, and in the eighties was the main piece of rock and roll generation. This sophisticated piece of clothing is imperative, and the unmistakable choice when it comes to choosing the perfect outfits for every occasion.
What is your opinion about LBD ? Sent me a photo of your favorite dress ! Cheers!