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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 – white, black, off-white, gray and the occasional pop of color.
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 Winter 2017 Elizabeth & Clarke box contained the following pieces:
~The Collins: The Collins is a long-sleeved sweater with faux blouse insert. I’m not sold on the colors (I wish the faux blouse were white), but I do like the style. The top is 75% viscose, 25% nylon and makes you look pulled together – without having to actually pull anything together. I found it to be very comfortable and true-to-size.
~The Bancroft: The Bancroft is a ponte three-quarter-length sleeve top. This one felt so thick when I was taking pictures of it that I thought no way would I like it. Turns out I love it. It has an extra long back zipper so you can put this on (and take it off) like a dress and not have to worry about messing up your hair and makeup. The 3/4 sleeve was flattering, and I loved the neckline. This one is 100% Ponte de Roma knit and also fits true-to-size.
~The Quinn: The Quinn is a popover blouse with center front pleat. I’m not a big “blouse” person, but I am digging this. Instead of wearing it with dress pants, I would dress it down with jeans and booties. It’s made out of 100% vegan silk and is made out of their amazing unattainable fabric.
Did you get a Winter 2017 Elizabeth & Clarke box? What options did you pick and what did you think? If you are interested in subscribing (your subscription would begin with the Spring box) or just want to learn more, click here.