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United Nations Costumes and UN Member Countries: Need to buy / rent?

UN Flag for Member Countries

Is your school celebrating the upcoming United Nations Day 2012? If it is, then you must be looking for places and people business owners where you can buy UN costumes but you don’t have anything to start off with your search for a cheaper option. I’d like to introduce through this post some help topics with regards to custom costumes, RTW suits which are particularly for your UN parade celebration.

Whether you are in prep level, nursery, elementary, high school, there is a perfect place where you can get a view of choices for your attire needs and you can find them here – http://www.facebook.com/customcostumestorephilippines. You can either like their page, ask questions, interact with other members of the page and eventually, get some useful answers from co-parents, like-minded people and the admin themselves who frequently update that page.

Malaysia UN Shirt Boy

They also have videos and photos / pictures showing you an array of choices with corresponding price quotation. You can also ask for a free estimates or quotation for whatever type of costume need you have and for what ever occasion.

Currently, it is where I get deliveries from orders too for United Nations costume, Linggo or Buwan ng Wika, Halloween and Christmas santa claus attire. For cosplay, anime and other designs, just ask via their private messaging and I’m sure they’d gladly answer your concerns. For a guide, below is a list of possible interest you might have for UN. (Full photo credits to all our pictures here to costumephilippines.com)

Cambodia UN Costume Girl

UN Member Countries: (alphabetized)

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Albania
  3. Algeria
  4. Andorra
  5. Angola
  6. Antigua and Barbuda
  7. Argentina
  8. Armenia
  9. Australia
  10. Austria
  11. Azerbaijan
  12. Bahamas
  13. Bahrain
  14. Bangladesh
  15. Barbados
  16. Belarus
  17. Belgium
  18. Belize
  19. Benin
  20. Bhutan
  21. Bolivia
  22. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  23. Botswana
  24. Brazil
  25. Brunei Darussalam
  26. Bulgaria
  27. Burkina Faso
  28. Burundi
  29. Cambodia
  30. Cameroon
  31. Canada
  32. Cape Verde
  33. Central African Republic
  34. Chad
  35. Chile
  36. China
  37. Colombia
  38. Comoros
  39. Congo (Republic of the)
  40. Costa Rica
  41. Côte d’Ivoire
  42. Croatia
  43. Cuba
  44. Cyprus
  45. Czech Republic
  46. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
  47. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  48. Denmark
  49. Djibouti
  50. Dominica
  51. Dominican Republic
  52. Ecuador
  53. Egypt
  54. El Salvador
  55. Equatorial Guinea
  56. Eritrea
  57. Estonia
  58. Ethiopia
  59. Fiji
  60. Finland
  61. France
  62. Gabon
  63. Gambia
  64. Georgia
  65. Germany
  66. Ghana
  67. Greece
  68. Grenada
  69. Guatemala
  70. Guinea
  71. Guinea-Bissau
  72. Guyana
  73. Haiti
  74. Honduras
  75. Hungary
  76. Iceland
  77. India
  78. Indonesia
  79. Iran
  80. Iraq
  81. Ireland
  82. Israel
  83. Italy
  84. Jamaica
  85. Japan
  86. Jordan
  87. Kazakhstan
  88. Kenya
  89. Kiribati
  90. Kuwait
  91. Kyrgyzstan
  92. Lao People’s Democratic Republic
  93. Latvia
  94. Lebanon
  95. Lesotho
  96. Liberia
  97. Libya
  98. Liechtenstein
  99. Lithuania
  100. Luxembourg
  101. Madagascar
  102. Malawi
  103. Malaysia
  104. Maldives
  105. Mali
  106. Malta
  107. Marshall Islands
  108. Mauritania
  109. Mauritius
  110. Mexico
  111. Micronesia (Federated States of)
  112. Monaco
  113. Mongolia
  114. Montenegro
  115. Morocco
  116. Mozambique
  117. Myanmar
  118. Namibia
  119. Nauru
  120. Nepal
  121. Netherlands
  122. New Zealand
  123. Nicaragua
  124. Niger
  125. Nigeria
  126. Norway
  127. Oman
  128. Pakistan
  129. Palau
  130. Panama
  131. Papua New Guinea
  132. Paraguay
  133. Peru
  134. Philippines
  135. Poland
  136. Portugal
  137. Qatar
  138. Republic of Korea
  139. Republic of Moldova
  140. Romania
  141. Russian Federation
  142. Rwanda
  143. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  144. Saint Lucia
  145. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  146. Samoa
  147. San Marino
  148. Sao Tome and Principe
  149. Saudi Arabia
  150. Senegal
  151. Serbia
  152. Seychelles
  153. Sierra Leone
  154. Singapore
  155. Slovakia
  156. Slovenia
  157. Solomon Islands
  158. Somalia
  159. South Africa
  160. Spain
  161. Sri Lanka
  162. Sudan
  163. Suriname
  164. Swaziland
  165. Switzerland
  166. Sweden
  167. Syria
  168. Tajikistan
  169. Thailand
  170. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  171. Timor Leste
  172. Togo
  173. Tonga
  174. Trinidad and Tobago
  175. Tunisia
  176. Turkey
  177. Turkmenistan
  178. Tuvalu
  179. Uganda
  180. Ukraine
  181. United Arab Emirates
  182. United Kingdom
  183. United of Republic of Tanzania
  184. United States
  185. Uruguay
  186. Uzbekistan
  187. Vanuatu
  188. Venezuela
  189. Viet Nam
  190. Yemen
  191. Zambia
  192. Zimbabwe

Malaysia UN Headdress

Nice Places and Choices Where To Buy or Rent Costumes

Costume Philippines.Com – In case you are short on budget, here’s a good tip on where to come over for cheap options. Go to www.costumephilippines.com. They offer short term rentals there at probably half the price or less. Meaning, if you can buy a costume for United Nations parade celebration at Php.700.00, it means you can ask them if they allow rent instead and it will cost you about Php 350 only. Usual price (again) is half but will most likely ask you to shell out a deposit which is more or less the equivalent of half the price of the costume too. They will usually say it is their only way to secure their valued costumes. I asked the owners, Lori and Sam and they told me they currently have for this year only Chun Li, Filipiniana, Snow White, Manananggal kids (for Halloween), forest fairy costumes but they are looking to grow their collection by next you so you can try to ask if they have some for rent for your UN day needs. After all, it is but practical to spend a little money less than buying especially if your kid will only be able to use it for a short period of time. If you want, you may contact them at telephone numbers 366-3645 or 872-5532 (Sun Mobile) or email them at samcasuncad@yahoo.com or visit their website here – http://www.costumephilippines.com/.

Multiply – Everybody and anybody who had time for their online life knows something about or to the least has encountered the Multiply Market. It is where you can buy a lot of stuff especially food, suits, costumes, accessories, kikay kits, perfume and yes even services and more. It is a place to find good merchandise if you are looking to buy UN costumes for kids or Halloween too. There are people there and small business owners who opt in to advertise and if you are lucky, you might just stumble upon somebody who allows costume rental for UN. Some would allow private messaging so you can sent your concerns and ask for a free quote.

Facebook – Little or very few would understand that apart from being the number one social networking website in the world,  Facebook is where you can find a liberty of choices for your UN costume needs. Groups, small business owners, communities and fora as well as legitimate big time business owners do advertise in this place. You might have stumbled upon every once in a while an ad that looks like part of this social networking site on the sidebar right above you chat box. Yes, those are actually advertisements where business owners pay to appear there and in return get visits to whatever and whichever they are selling for business whether services or goods. What’s good about this page is you are assured of a legitimate offer due because most business owners can be checked on their official Facebook Page. They have their personal to corporate information available for their customers and clients and buyers so you have the option to contact them directly anytime you want. Surely they’d not want to mess up with Facebook members and users for the simple reason that it is easy to ruin your business’ reputation there. You mistakes and abuse can easily spread like wildfire if you make a wrong move or two.

Youtube.Com – Yes, you’re right and I must have been one of those who’s able to remind you that it is a very good thing to see what you are buying. For that, YouTube.Com is a very reliable and nice venue. If you are on your way to buy any type of costume (that includes United Nations attire), it would be nice to search using this video engine by Google. Apart from knowing and seeing almost like in real time whatever you want to buy or view, it is where you can catch up with some of the legitimate businesses advertising for their products and merchandise. Big and small companies also do provide their full contact details and most likely, they have somebody working for them to make a short viral and commercial video where they are either selling products or services too. Believe me, Youtube is not just for videos, it is also for finding a lot of things you never imagined existed in a video uploading and viewing website. Lots of useful information are stored and may be viewed there in real time and with respect to costumes, there is nothing more useful than seeing and believing before buying anything.

Pinterest – For those who didn’t know it yet, Pinterest is a social media website where you can literally find photos to like in the marketplace and pin in your board as one of your chosen pictures. Being so, you can find different costumes for children / kids and young adults or teenagers. Apart from the fact that you can see, collect, like and pin images on this online social networking site, you can also possibly find good places where you can get to see and visit businesses and people selling costumes. If you need UN costumes, then try using their search box to find one. I’m sure somewhere along the way you can find something or to the least get one of the best ideas for customization.

There are of course many other places on the internet where you can find resources for your search of a compelling and special design for costumes but these are the primary ones. If you really want to see a great collection, you can always use Google Image Search.

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