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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 2019 Elizabeth & Clarke box contained the following pieces:
~Cooper: The Cooper is a long-sleeve sweater with a faux blouse insert. The faux blouse is treated with their Unstainable Fabric Technology, so no need to worry about spilling your coffee or lunch on this. I have alway been a fan of the faux blouse under a sweater look. It is so much less bulky and looks so much better than trying to figure out how to wear a full button down under a sweater. Depending on the lighting this either looks like a dusty rose or a grayish beige.
~Bacall: The Bacall is a long-sleeve printed blouse. It was also made with E&Cs patented Unstainable Fabric. I don’t know about you, but this is giving me serious Spring vibes! I know it is technically a Winter Box top, but it is totally Spring to me. It is 100% Vegan Silk, totally opaque and wrinkle-resistant. One more thing, it is machine washable and dryer safe. So good!
~Jensen: The Jensen is your classic French Breton stripe sweater. It is slightly fitted, and super comfortable. I think it is just as cute with skinny jeans as it is tucked into a pencil skirt.