Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke Review 10


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Elizabeth & Clarke
Cost: $30-$60/quarterly
Ships To: United States (free) and to all countries which the USPS ships.  Shipping to Canada is an additional $15 and shipping to other countries is an additional $25.
Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

Elizabeth & Clarke, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a quarterly 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 colors – while, black, off-white and grey.

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

The Box

Elizabeth & Clarke ships via DHL Global Mail.  They have been alternating between DHL and USPS Priority Mail these past few shipments, but I am guessing they will end up sticking with DHL.  My box took 10 days to arrive to me (in MI) from E&C, which ships from North Carolina which is just about right for DHL.

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

First Look

Ohh, I was loving that grey shirt!  It looked like it was totally me and I couldn’t wait to see the rest of this season’s collection.  I should mention that all shirts are Elizabeth & Clark branded, so this is the only place you can get them from.

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

Out of the Box

The Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke box had an information card which I failed to take an up-close picture of.  There were five shirts in this collection and I received the following three:

~The White: The White is made out of 100% Crepe de Chine and is super soft and silky.  The model in the picture (just click the link to see it) makes this look beyond gorgeous. I could only dream of looking half that amazing in it.

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

The White

~The Hutton: Love the Hutton.  It’s a grey boatneck that’s super soft but still has a bit of stretch to it.  I would have picked out this shirt on my own and it’s easily my favorite in the spring collection.

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

The Hutton

~The Arden: The Arden is also made from 100% Crepe de Chine.  It’s shorter in the front and longer in the back.  I never like tucking in a shirt, so I think that’s a great idea.  I would get a lot more use out of this shirt if I worked I am sure, so I may end up passing it along to a friend.

Spring 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke

The Taylor

Since the shirts are Elizabeth & Clarke branded, I cannot go online and do a price comparison for you.  But for the price of the shirts ($20/each), it would be hard to find the same quality for less!  I should also mention that if you are not 100% happy, return shipping is free (if you are located in the United States).

Did you get an Elizabeth & Clarke Spring Box?  What’d you think?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here.

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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