Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 Subscription Box Review

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Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 box

Elizabeth & Clarke‘s winter collection went a bit edgy but as always, 100% wearable! Elizabeth & Clarke is a premium women’s clothing quarterly subscription clothing box. All versatile and beautiful blouses, shirts, and tops. When you subscribe, select 1, 2, or 3 shirts from the seasonal or classic collection. They are top quality shirts designed with fashion, ability to style, and ease of care in mind. It’s $30 for one shirt, $50 for 2, and $60 for 3 (which means it’s somewhat crazy to not just get 3, especially if you like and/or wear clothes).

Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 unboxing

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Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 card

The information card describes each of the seasonal tops, provides the materials/fabric, as well as the laundering details!

Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 bags

The shirts arrive packaged on cardboard inside plastic to protect them on their journey to you.

Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 review

E&C is really stepping up the color profile again! I love how they continue to evolve this subscription.

The Scott Top: 65% microfiber modal, 35% cotton; machine-wash cold with like colors, tumble dry warm.

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As you can tell, this looks quite a bit better on the model than the mannequin (my husband styled it). Although it looks like a weird 80s off the shoulder top here I love this shirt because it lays like the stock photo. And of course it’s a modal shirt, which is my favorite. And it’s black. I loved everything about this top.

The Carson: 100% Ponte de Roma knit; machine-wash cold with like colors, lay flat to dry.

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Vests are a pretty big leap for me! I actually liked this one best as worn in the information card – open and drapey. I love the asymmetric detail on the hem.

Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 hem

Speaking of the hem, these clothes are just so well constructed. You wouldn’t ever believe that every piece cost $20.

The Cooper Top: 60% cotton, 40% acrylic; machine-wash cold with like colors, lay flat to dry.

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This is a cozy and chic top with some fun details! I love how it’s slouchy but still put together (although the hem on mine needed a bit of a steam before wearing!).

Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 seam

Nice serged construction and the fabric is pretty scrumptious!Elizabeth & Clarke Winter 2015-2016 sleeve

I love the crispness of the crepe de chine next to the sweater fabric.

Along with the great styles (and the ability to change the looks of these shirts through my extensive collection of jewelry!) the thing I like best is the great fabrics they use along with the construction details. I’m always impressed when I notice a double top-stitch or that the inside seams have been serged and tacked down.  It’s fast-fashion prices with much better quality, and the clothes really do last. I have every single one of my shirts from this subscription (except one that’s been torn! I have kids!) and I wear them rather frequently.

When you visit them, you’ll be able to select shirts for the spring box! Sneak peek below! You can also select one of the “Forever Collection!”

Visit Elizabeth & Clarke to subscribe or find out more.

The SubscriptionElizabeth & Clarke
The Description: Shirts by subscription. Designer-quality blouses delivered to your doorstep each season, without hassle or the department store pricetag.
The Price: 1 shirt $30, 2 shirts $50, 3 shirts $60 – per quarter
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