Elizabeth & Clarke is a seasonal subscription box which brings designer-quality blouses and tees to your door each season. Shirts are a mix of blouses, tees, and work-appropriate tops in neutral colours, such as white, black, off-white, or gray. Quality fabrics in cotton, soft jersey, and luxury synthetic blends.
- Premium – $20 each shirt / 3 shirts per season
- Signature – $25 each shirt / 2 shirts per season
- Starter – $30 each shirt / 1 shirt per season
Coupon Code: Newsletter10 – Save 10% off your first box!
Shipping: Free to US, $15 to Canada, and $25 Internationally.
Each season Elizabeth & Clarke release 3 new shirt designs. You can purchase 1 or all 3 pieces, but you can also request any shirts from previous seasons. I love that you have that option and that's what I did last season.
Shirts come packaged in a resealable plastic bag to keep them protected.
This is easily my favourite shirt this season! It's a black, long-sleeved tee with cutouts at the shoulder. The shirt is made from super soft modal and cotton. I love the cutouts, it gives this shirt a unique twist! Very wearable for all body types.
This is a classic winter sweater with a faux blouse peeking out of the bottom for a sophisticated look. To me it's more of a work shirt, but it's something that works with your favourite pair of jeans or a skirt for a night out.
This is trendy vest in a warm camel colour. The fabric is structured, but soft and you can wear it zipped up or down. I was a little worried how this would look on me, but it works and isn't like anything I already have. I just need to style it with some of my shirts to see what it looks good with.
This season's Elizabeth & Clarke had three very different shirts. I mostly lean towards the black causal shirts, so that one is my favourite, but it was also nice to see two different style pieces. As with all E & C clothing, the quality is always consistent and very well made.
Here's what's coming up for Spring 2016 which you'll need to order by February 1st and be shipped by March 1st:
What do you think of the Elizabeth & Clarke?