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Elizabeth & Clarke
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.
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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.
Elizabeth & Clarke ships via USPS at the beginning of each season. The Spring Collection ships by March 1st, the Summer Collection ships by June 1st, the Fall Collection ships by September 1st and the Winter Collection ships by December 1st.
Elizabeth & Clarke packages all of their shirts in a plastic resealable bag and folds them with a piece of cardboard so they always arrive in absolutely perfect condition.
The Spring 2016 Elizabeth & Clarke box contained the following pieces:
~The Edwards: This is unlike any shirt I have ever received from E&C. Mainly because it’s so dressy. The neck and detail around it is very stiff, but in a good, this is going to stay put way. This shirt is very well-made and if I came across it at the store I would expect to see a $60-$70 price tag on it.
~The Catalina: It was hard to get a good picture, but this shirt is actually a very light almost mint green shade. The shirt looks amazing on the model, but it just didn’t fit me right. I think it was too short, too tight and just kind of awkward.
~The Holloway: My feelings are mixed on The Holloway. It’s 100% Crepe de Chine and feels well made but I’m not into the tie. I like that it’s not attached (although maybe I would like it better if it was sewn into the shirt) so I don’t have to use it.
I don’t know if it was just me, but this season’s Elizabeth & Clarke just felt different. Maybe just because of how form fitted the two tops were? I’m just not used to that with them. The quality was amazing though and for $60 I feel like this box was a steal!