Elizabeth & Clarke Review – Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review


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Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review
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 – white, black, off-white, gray and the occasional pop of color.

Elizabeth & Clarke
Cost: $60 (1-Shirt), $100 (2-Shirts), $120 (3-Shirts) /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.
Coupon Code: N/A

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

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 Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review
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.
Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review
The Spring 2017 Elizabeth & Clarke box contained the following pieces:

~The Charles: The Charles is 100% Crepe de Chine with an open tie collar and cap sleeves.  It’s a very pretty pale blue with a gray’ish tint to it.  The best part though is that all of these tops are “unstainable“.  I am unclear on the science behind it, but the tops repel sweat, water, wine, coffee, you get the idea.
Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review
~The Laurent: The Laurent is also 100% Crepe de Chine.  It’s cream and blue striped and would look amazing tucked into a pencil skirt.  I also want to mention that in addition to being unstainable, all of the tops in the Spring collection are also machine washable and are dryer safe.  To me, that’s huge.  No messing with dry cleaning bills and remembering to drop things off / pick them up!
Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review
~The Davin: The Davin is also 100% Crepe de Chine with asymmetrical pleats.  It’s sleeveless, but if you aren’t comfortable wearing it alone, it would also look amazing under a blazer.
Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Elizabeth & Clarke Review - Spring 2017 Subscription Box Review

Did you get a Spring 2017 Elizabeth & Clarke box?  What options did you pick and what did you think?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here.


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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