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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 Summer 2018 Elizabeth & Clarke box contained the following pieces:
~Hurley: The Hurley, a peach-toned top is made using E&C’s incredible unstainable® fabric technology. It’s machine-washable, dryer-safe (yes and yes) and has built-in bra-strap holders to keep everything in place. How genius is that? Why don’t all tanks have this? It’s super comfortable, and I love the way that it flows without looking sloppy.
~Stanton: The Stanton is a 100% Cotton Poplin that’s machine-washable and hang dry (one out of two isn’t bad). The button up top has covered plackets and gorgeous men’s sleeves. I probably should change up my sizing in this subscription, but I am also digging the oversized men’s look of this top the way it is.
~Windsor: When I unboxed the Windsor I couldn’t have disliked it more. It felt heavy (it’s vegan wool), and I thought the side drape would make me look bulky. Much to my surprise when I put it on, I actually liked it. It wasn’t heavy or bulky, and I LOVE that the zipper goes almost all the way down in the back so you can step into this top like a dress (you’ll never ruin your makeup with this one). Machine-washable. Hang dry.