Destin Boutique, which opened on March 1, sells clothing, unique selection ofjewelry, beachhandbags, gift items and shoes. Customers can shop and select from a wide variety of resort, casual, and formal wear clothing. The new boutique is owned by local retired Army couple Debra and Jerry Johnson. We have dresses for weddings, proms, pageants and just about any special occasion, said Debra Johnson. “Our fashion wear will be perfect กระเป๋า ZARA for beach pictures.” The boutiqueoffers lines like Thirty-A Threads with locally made T-Shirts and Sara Happs lip scrubs and moisturizers. The store also has a unique selection of bridal dresses designed to be worn during a beach wedding, including wedding and bridal gift ideas and items. A bride can come in and get everything they กระเป๋า FOREVER 21 will need to get married at the beach,Debra said. There is also a great selection of bridesmaids dresses. Military personnel, first responders, teachers and evenlocals can also enjoy 15 percent discounts on their purchases.
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…as found by BBC Monitoring 11 April 2017 These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Dave Rennie Image caption Free to new owner – but they have to move the house to a new location A housing developer is giving away one of his properties for free to a needy family in New Zealand’s largest city, but they will have to find somewhere to put it. Auckland businessman Dave Rennie has listed the three-bedroom property with a zero-dollar price tag, with the proviso that the buyers move it to their own plot of land, the Newshub website reports . Mr Rennie told Newshub that the house is one of 16 he owns, but it stands on land that’s due to be redeveloped. “It seemed like a waste and it was a shame for it not to be utilised. It might be a good starting point for somebody,” he said. According to stuff.co.nz , the single-storey house might be reasonably valued at between NZ$75,000-100,000 ($52,000-69,000; 42,000-56,000). The relocation could cost $24,000 on top of the price of a suitable plot of land. The offer comes after a report which names New Zealand the most unaffordable property market in the world. Citing a study published by The Economist, Newshub says that the country has shown the highest rise in house prices, is the costliest in terms of average incomes, and has the biggest difference between house prices and renting prices.