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Wolford gets help from Sid on their U.K. Online Shop

      If you have been surfing the Wolford U.K. online shop recently, you will notice that they introduced a chatbot named Sid.  It is incorporated to facilitate your shopping experience.  The main area of assist are finding items and customer service.

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KUNERT end of season sale!

Residents in Germany and Austria rejoice!  KUNERT’s end of season sale has just started, offering 30% off for a wide range of products.  Happy shopping~

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My favourite online stores for hosiery

       If you live in Europe or in a metropolis, chances are you have plenty of brands and stores (both online and retail) to choose from.  What if you live outside of the E.U., or the brand you like doesn’t ship to your place of residence?  That’s what I am going to talk about today – online retailers I frequently visit.

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No VAT from UK Tights for orders made outside of E.U., what a surprise!

       A big thank you to Dawn and Jesse for not only refunded the VAT amount for my previous purchase, but also changed my status to NOVAT.  This is the most surprising Christmas “gift” I have ever received!

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Winter sale kicks off at Wolford’s online shop

       Wolford is having an early winter sale via its online shop in selected countries, namely Austria, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S.  They offer 50% off* when you use the code: SALE16 at checkout.  Happy shopping~

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Wolford Online Shop has a new look

       I was working on my next review, frequently visiting Wolford website to find that Wolford has dramatically changed the look of their online shop.

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Wolford opens online shop in China

       I was routinely browsing Wolford website to discover that they recently opened an official online shop in China, well, sort of…  Instead of having their own website (as most of their official online shops do), they are selling their products through Taobao, a Chinese equivalent of Amazon.  Frankly speaking, it is kind of weird but understandable given  that China is a large, populated country where laws are not always respected; using a well-established platform can solve lots of issues.  I have provided the link below, see if you like it or not.