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What you need to know about Aje.?
Australian fashion house Aje. is a brand committed to showcasing raw beauty, tenacious femininity and effortless attitude.
Founded by two best friends, Adrian Norris and Edwina Forest, whose designs reflect their learnings from art and fashion, the artistic duo is inspired by their love of the creative arts and use their collection to celebrate a very high standard of craftsmanship, quality design and the use of traditional artisanal techniques.
Best selling products from Aje.
Shorts & Pants
Aje. Review | Pros and Cons
- Quality. Quality garments that are made to last and created with fine craftsmanship.
- Paypal. Express checkout with Paypal
- Secure. They have secure credit card payment procedures.
- Afterpay. You have the choice to also use afterpay when selecting the payment method.
- Free shipping. Not valid during sales period.
- Exchanges. Exchanges cannot be done, however, you will be refunded with online credit.
How can I get Aje. free shipping?
Free shipping is available to customers who spend over $350 and will be applied at checkout. Free shipping is not valid however during Aje.'s sale periods. A flat rate of $10 will be applied if orders are under $350. All domestic orders are sent via DHL Express, with it taking 48 hours for your order to be processed and then 1-3 days for postage to major cities, 3-4 day delivery for areas outside of the CBD, with rural areas potentially taking longer.
What forms of payment does Aje. accept?
- Afterpay with visa and Mastercard.
- Paypal with Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Discover.
- Credit card with Visa, Mastercard and Diners Club
What is the Aje. returns policy?
To get a refund the item must be in its original condition, meaning unworn, unaltered, with tags still attached and returned to Aje. within 14 days of the delivery date. Items that don't meet the criteria will not be valid for a refund and shipping must be covered by the customer.
Full priced items are eligible for a full refund or online credit. Items that are on sale or purchased during a promotional period are accepted for online credit which is valid for 6 months.
Exchanges are not available for online purchases, however, if you meet the refund requirements, you can purchase using online credit.
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