A very big THANK YOU to everyone who took the time to enter our competition.
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2 winners:
Haley Rose from L.A. and Andres Tur Cots from Spain.
We are looking forward to learning more about your fashion icons and your sense of style. Our marketing department will be in touch soon to follow up with your prizes.
Meet the Team
If you have been lucky enough to visit any of our shops in Hoi An, you will know that we have an exceptional team. So over the next few months we will be introducing our “family” members. We pride ourselves on caring for our staff and showcasing their talents and commitment.
We are working hard behind the scenes to bring you a selection and collection of clothing proudly designed, in collaboration with, Ms Quynh and Casper Bosman from South Africa. We hosted a spectacular fashion show in November 2019 and we would now like to bring the collection to you for online purchase. These will be available on our Facebook shop as well as our web page. Stay tuned and look out for these amazing pieces ready to wear.
Vietnam is fast becoming the destination of choice for making the ultimate commitment of love – MARRIAGE. With an ever increasing supply of world class venues to choose from, and some of the best beaches in the world, we are pleased to also be a part of the demand for custom made wedding gowns.
As the ONLY tailor with an onsite embroidery team, our creative team are able to make your dream dress in a matter of days. And let’s not forget the groom, groomsmen and bridesmaids! A complete package under one roof. For more information please email a consultant on email@example.com
If we have already made your clothing for your special day, we would ask that you please share with us some photos for our gallery, from your wedding photographer.
Women's Day Promotion
This is always a special day on the calendar for us. We are surrounded by an incredible team of women (and some men), and headed up by the beautiful Ms Quynh who started the internationally recognised Yaly brand. From the humble beginnings in a market stall in 1995, Yaly now have 3 shops in Hoi An and a world wide following.
And in celebration of Women's Day on the 8th March 2020, we would like to offer WOMEN ONLY 10% discount on all online and walk in orders for one day only! We will be advertising this via our social media soon. For any enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sadly we cannot avoid mentioning the Coronavirus.
In the best interests of our customers and our staff, we would ask that all customers and staff are to please wear face masks when entering our store. We hope that this epidemic will soon be contained, and normal practices can resume.
WIN A 15 MINUTE CONSULTATION WITH OUR OWNER/DESIGNER AND AN OUTFIT TO THE VALUE OF $125.00 EACH.
Answer the following questions and be in line to win!!!
1. Who is our owner?
2. What year was Yaly Couture established?
3. In which town are our Yaly Shops located?
Submit your answers in the comment section of this Facebook Post.
Winners will be announced on 14th February 2020 via email or Facebook.
Competition is open to all. 1 male and 1 female winner will be chosen. (Not a couple).
The lunar calendar holds great significance in Vietnamese culture, with certain days of the month thought to bring good fortune and others considered to be unlucky. While some other dates lend themselves to a range of festivities and activities.
Foreigners, particularly those from a Western culture, may find it a bit unusual or difficult to understand at first, but Vietnamese people often refer to the lunar calendar for lunar-based holidays, like Tet holiday. They also tend to use it in their daily life alongside the international solar calendar. As an expat, it can be both fun and useful to try to get grips with this, especially if settling in Vietnam for some time.
The moon, widely believed to control tides and even our emotions at times, is a significant object of worship and adoration, like in many cultures. It is thought to be particularly special when in its full moon phase, and there are beach parties and town festivals thrown in its honor, including the Hoi An Lantern Festival in the Old Town. Hence, the first and 15th (full moon) are regarded as special days of the month, when many Vietnamese will go to temple or pagoda to chant or worship. It is also common for people to refrain from eating meat on these days to cleanse their souls and show respect.
The anniversaries of ancestors are the most important occasions on a Vietnamese person’s calendar. Many Vietnamese believe that after someone dies their spirit lives on, hence descendants will “worship” their ancestors to continue demonstrating their respect and devotion.
Vietnamese often consult their ancestors’ “souls” when making big decisions, such as before getting married or having a child. On the anniversaries of their deaths, families will get together to hold meaningful ceremonies to remember and pay tribute to their loved ones; they are also celebrated throughout certain lunar festivals.
Modern Vietnamese Culture
Modern Vietnamese culture has seen women’s rights increase and women have started to take on leadership roles more frequently, but Vietnam is still very much a patriarchal society with a strong focus on the fulfillment of traditional gender roles, both within the family and community. For instance, the father is often deemed the head of the family and it is thus his responsibility to provide food, shelter and other necessities for everyone.
We have been featured in the Ultimate Hoi An Travel Guide by Asianwaytravel.com!
Green and Pink were a strong featured palette from our recent fashion show held in Hoi An. For any orders for these designs please email email@example.com
French Influence on Vietnamese Culture
With several hundred years of influence, the French influence on Vietnamese culture can be seen across the country.
Hoi An’s Ancient Town is a great example of a mixture of French and Vietnamese architecture. Likewise, this mix can be seen in Ho Chi Minh City’s Notre-Dame Cathedral (the name’s also a bit of a giveaway), Hanoi’s Opera House and in buildings in al the major cities.
Food is another area that still bears the hallmarks of French involvement. The banh mi – a daily staple snack for locals and visitors alike – is certainly flavoured Vietnamese-style but the bread is based on the famous French baguette. The preference for condensed milk in coffee is another French invention – many years ago it was difficult for the French colonialists to bring sufficient milk into the country without it spoiling. Condensed milk was a convenient long-life alternative that caught on.