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CHECK OUT FLINDERS LANE

Exploring Melbourne laneways is just what you do for the true Melbourne experience.Flinders Lane was originally called Little Flinders Street until 1948. It was once the centre of Melbourne’s clothing industry, or "rag trade" and a true thoroughfare.The rag traders who dwelt there dubbed themselves "Lane-people” and they affectionately named it "the Lane".Today, Flinders Lane is the home to fine dining restaurants and fashion boutiques including our Flagship store at 268 Flinders Lane.If you haven't explored Melbourne in a while and are looking for somewhere to eat, Flinders Lane has endless delicious options including Chancery Lane, Chin Chin, Coda, Cumulus, Gimlet, Kisumé, Nomad and Supernormal. Kisumé Chancery Lane Supernormal We'd love to hear which is your favourite restaurant on Flinders Lane. Et Al x

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Et Al Mens Trouser Essentials

Building Your Own Capsule Collection: Part One Hi guys, it's Sam from the Et Al Flinders store. I’m back with my second post. It was so great to hear your feedback and connect with some of you. After my initial post I wanted to continue to talk about some of my favourite menswear pieces and this edition is a continuation of my ‘Et Al Man’ blog segment. This is currently my second installment following my previous article discussing my daily uniform in-store and out. If you haven’t had a chance to read that, you can find it HERE. Last time I spoke about my own personal essentials which I wear day-to-day and now I will talk about you creating the foundation for...

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Hello, it's Sam from Flinders Lane

ET AL MAN Hi guys, my name is Sam and I work at the Et Al Flinders Lane store. I'll be working on some blog posts to show you how to curate your own Et Al capsule wardrobe, some of my favourite menswear pieces, what's coming and what's new.  This week I am going to talk in depth about my daily uniform in-store and out. My personal philosophy I associate with garments is assessing their versatility and practicality as I believe the clothes should work for me and not vice-versa. The following fits in with this ethos perfectly. My first piece I acquired from Et Al was one of their Essentials, the Byron Short, and then also the Lanrick Tank CA....

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COME JOIN THE ET AL FAMILY!

February 18th 2022. We are now hiring for Et Al stores in Melbourne and Sydney Et Al is seeking various members to join our team! Who we are? Et Al is a high end fashion brand from Melbourne that has cultivated a reputation for their unique signature aesthetic of layering with the fluidity of drapery worked back their relaxed tailoring.Et Al finds the balance between cutting-edge design and extremely wearable garments with a focus on refined workmanship and quality fabrication.   What we are looking for? -Retail Sales Associates with a strong understanding of exceptional customer service in fashion (preferably a minimum of 5 years retail experience)-An appreciation for fashion, design, art and culture-Strong track records of sales in previous employment-Understanding of personal...

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IN THE CHANGEROOM WITH JEANETTE

While our stores are closed and you are unfortunately unable to try on clothes in our changerooms, Jeanette from Flinders Lane will be bringing to you some of her favourite looks and styling suggestions. The Duke Pleat Dress DUKE BELTIf you want to give the Dress some more shape, you can purchase the matching Duke Belt. WAISTEDThe Duke Belt has been used to cinch in the waist. Accessorised with the SENK1 Necklace. WEAR IT OPENJeanette is showing how versatile this piece can be.By unbuttoning the buttons and worn open, treat the Dress like a light-weight Jacket.Paired here with the Neta Crew, Delano Pant and Beltbag S14/10.If you love the Delano Pant, they have now arrived in new colours;Navy, Sienna and Oatmeal.Contact our Flinders Lane team HERE and they can show you...

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