Exciting news! Palava pop-up alert! If you live near or are thinking of visiting the beautiful town of Frome, Somerset....we have a suggestion for you! Make your way to Deadly Is The Female, the beautiful vintage boutique who are currently stocking a selection of our SS18 collection. The shop is located in the gorgeous St Catherine's area of Frome, surrounded by a bevvy of beautiful boutiques and cafes - all housed within the most delightful historic architecture. And the best part? Claudia and her wonderful team have two very special Palava dresses in stock that are yet to be released. One has a rather exciting tropical theme, and the other a favourite print from the current collection in a brand new style! If you're desperate to see them for yourself, be sure to get yourself to Frome! The pop-up finishes on Saturday 23rd June with a very special late night shopping evening, where music, street food and activities for all the family can be enjoyed. You can find out more on the facebook page here. We had a chat with Deadly Is The Female founder Claudia - to find out more about the shop, why she loves Palava and her top tips for visiting beautiful Frome. Claudia is, unsurprisingly, as glamorous and stylish as the shop itself!
Lovely to meet you Claudia! Tell us more about Deadly Is The Female.
"I love the prints. The Spring/Summer collection is so fresh and fun. I like that Palava brings a light and airy feel to your daytime wardrobe with a hint of vintage style. Palava is really wearable and the natural fabrics are ideal for the summer."
The Palava pop up is on until Saturday 23rd June at Deadly Is The Female, 59 Catherine Street, Frome, BA11 1DA.
The late night shopping event on Saturday 23rd takes place from 4-9pm.
Claudia and her fab team look forward to meeting some of you there!
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EU customers: Enjoy 20% OFF orders
We know that Brexit has affected both customers and small business in the UK and EU countries, who found themselves sometimes affected by unexpected import duty taxes or customs fees.
We're pleased to announce an exclusive discount to our EU customers:
Enter code WeLoveEU upon checkout to receive 20% off on EU orders across the entire Palava range.
*Please note this discount code cannot be combined with other promo codes. Only one code can be applied at a time.
Palava products are shipped from the UK, but please keep in mind, that you or the recipient may have to pay duty and VAT upon or prior to delivery.
This differs for each country, so please check your local regulations beforehand. Each country is subject to their own laws for import of goods, taxes and duty.
You may not be charged anything, or be able to claim back any duty fees, however, we hope the 20% discount will help offset any potential Brexit related costs for our customers.
If you have problems applying the code on our website, please email email@example.com and we'll be happy to assist and reimburse you with the 20% off for EU orders.
1. Will I have to pay more now for EU shipping?
No, we haven't increased our delivery fees for EU customers, despite increased costs to ship to EU countries. Instead we have absorbed the additional postage costs and staff resources for the paperwork.
2. Will I be charged for Duty/Tax by customs on arrival of my parcel?
You may be charged tax for your order on arrival by the country of destination and this is not imposed by Palava.co, these taxes are referred to as “Import Taxes”. We thus advise looking into the national taxes imposed by your country on the import of goods from UK merchants. We have seen in the past that not all international sales are subject to import duty and taxes, but that does not mean that on arrival the individual country will not impose these charges. Charges on imports are often based on the destination country, product type, product value, county of origin, and declaration of use of goods. If goods are of a low value certain countries may not impose duty charges, but we highly recommend you look into the guidance provided by the local governing body that manages your country’s imports and tax charges.