Elizabeth & Clarke is so hard to describe – I had trouble writing that headline! Dress shirts doesn’t really cover it. They’re the perfect shirts! From basics to dress shirts and the most basic shirts can be used in a variety of settings.They are just the shirts you need – period! I love this box and I fell in love with it the first time I received it! Everything in it is really top quality, totally fashionable, and will last you forever. I will only remove my Elizabeth & Clarke shirts from my wardrobe when they become ripped or stained. Everything is fashionable yet timeless.
The Description: Shirts by subscription. Designer-quality blouses delivered to your doorstep each season, without hassle or the department store pricetag.
The Price: $30-60/quarter
Summer 2014 Elizabeth & Clarke Review
I must be the lamest person in the world, because I only just realized that all the shirts are named after famous Elizabeths. What I did know and that you should too, is everything is always machine washable. Which is why Elizabeth & Clarke is great for any woman who needs clothes.
All the shirts now come individually packaged on cardboard inside plastic bags. This protects them on their way to you – a great idea (you can see above that my box got crunched!). FYI, I totally forgot to give the lovely ladies at E&C a heads up that I’m super pregnant. I can’t really give you any fit notes because I no longer fit into these clothes at (what? 26 weeks pregnant? I can’t remember. Sorry third baby). But I can definitely tell you about the quality & style, as usual!
The Truman (100% Ponte de Roma knit, lining: 100% cupro) – is a structured shell and I love the placement of the straps – it really flatters your shoulders and makes them look amazing! Perfect Detail!
I love the detail and attention that is paid to the garment construction. Remember these shirts cost only $20 if you get 3 per quarter. This is a fitted shell and the heavyweight fabric smooths away lumps. and the lining is expertly sewn in.
The Hart ( 35% modal, 65% poly) – Modal fabric, basic black fitted tee.
So silky. I love modal, it’s my fave fabric. The fitting on this one is fantastic. You can take this shirt from casual to dressy. I often wear a thin fitted shirt like this under a suit, it’s just more my style and makes me feel more comfortable in a suit.
The Orton (100% Crepe de Chine) – This is a pretty daring fashion choice!
And those funky sleeves! My first instinct was that I didn’t know about this shirt for summer, then I realized that with all the detailing you could probably get away without wearing a suit jacket or blazer in many situations (depends on your profession).
I’m not sure these shots do the Fall Elizabeth & Clarke collection justice. I’m so excited about the cozy Allende sweater, the perfect black shell, and the super comfy Ross henley. You must make your selections by June 15!