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: Newsletter20 – Save 20% off your first box!
Shipping: Free in the US, $15 to Canada, and $25 Internationally.
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The E&C Winter Collection has arrived and features 3 new pieces that you can choose from:
The Scott is a long-sleeved tee with a twist. This tee uses super soft modal (with just a hint of stretch) and cutouts at the shoulder for that extra bit of feminine flare. It’s the perfect shirt to dress up or down for all your winter fun!
A classic winter staple, The Cooper sweater features a faux blouse peeking out of the bottom for a sophisticated look. It’s the ideal basic to pair with your favorite jeans for a daytime look or a skirt for a night out. What more could you want from a sweater?
The Carson is a super trendy vest in a warm camel colour. The fabric is structured, but soft. The collar is designed for style and warmth—which is a necessity in these cold months. Zipped up or zipped down, the Carson is the perfect addition to any outfit.
Order the Winter Collection by November 1st and your Winter Box will ship on December 1st! FYI: you can also request shirts from earlier seasons by emailing E&C with your size and the style you want to see if they have them in stock.
The Winter Collection has some unique pieces; a vest is new for Elizabeth & Clarke and The Scott has my name written all over it! I just received the Summer Collection and ordered shirts from both the Summer and Spring collections, so be on the lookout for my review soon.
What do you think of the Elizabeth & Clarke Winter Collection?