Elizabeth & Clarke Summer 2018 Box Spoilers + Coupon!

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Here are the upcoming Elizabeth & Clarke styles for Summer 2018!

If you aren’t familiar with this subscription:

Elizabeth & Clarke is a women’s clothing subscription box for sizes 00 to 18 – and they specialize in just shirts and tops! They make all their styles in-house, and only do a limited amount of new designs each season.  You get to preview the new tops and pick your favorites, or let Elizabeth & Clarke pick for you. (There are usually 3 new tops, and a few classic styles they have available every season). 

FYI: Starting in 2017, almost every style will feature Elizabeth & Clarke‘s Unstainable® technology!

Elizabeth & Clarke is regularly $60/season for one shirt, $100/season for two shirts, and $120/season for three shirts. Use coupon code CMSA10 to save 10% off your first box!

Here are the new Summer 2018 Styles:

The Windsor

Feel like your closet deserves the royal treatment? Then you’ll definitely want to add The Windsor to your Summer Box! The rich, royal navy of our new Vegan Wool in a light summer weight will have you radiating elegance as soon as you slip it on. We also added an asymmetrical drape with a striking white contrast trim for the ultimate feminine silhouette. Pair The Windsor with The Banks trousers for a luxurious office look or with light-wash jeans on the weekends for some simple-but-sophisticated flair.

The Stanton

Endless summer, endless style. That’s the vibe that inspired The Stanton. With our first-ever 100% cotton poplin shirt, we’ve given the button-up a fresh twist by adding breezy bell sleeves and a sleek covered placket. Show off your style in the boardroom by allowing the sleeves to peak out from underneath your blazer, or play it casual and leave the sleeves buttoned to keep you warm as you join your family on the beach for some fireworks. Crisp and classic, The Stanton is this season’s go-to for effortless workday charm.


The Hurley

For The Hurley, we’ve taken the classic sleeveless blouse and made a few upgrades for summer. The peach hue is sure to brighten up any outfit, whether you’re pairing it with denim shorts for a picnic or layering it under the Sloane cardigan to keep warm in your air-conditioned office. And, with the addition of a bra strap holder, you won’t need to worry about pesky straps slipping off or peaking out. Finished with clean lines, a single front pleat, and (of course) our Unstainable® fabric technology, The Hurley is sure to be the staple your summer wardrobe has been missing!

What do you think of the Elizabeth & Clarke Summer 2018 collection?

Check out our Elizabeth & Clarke reviews to learn more about this quarterly subscription box!

Written by MSA


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Posted in Elizabeth and Clarke Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: elizabeth and clarke | 10 comments


  1. I love the first top I am fighting the urge I have never owned the new trends just plain ole me but I love the first shirt

  2. I’m unsure about Elizabeth & Clarke. Some of their styling, models, makeup, and hair look amazing – that makes E&C look so chic and upscale. But looking at some unboxing videos, the clothes look pretty cheap and blah. A couple of years ago, the subscription prices reflected the mediocre material/styles more – they were $30 for one or $60 for 3 tops. But now the prices have doubled, and they’re overpriced – $60 for one, $100 for 2, and $120 for 3 tops!

    I feel if we go to any old store, like Old Navy, Forever 21, Macy’s, Gap, UNIQLO, H&M – we’d find better-fitting, better-looking stuff for much cheaper. H&M/Forever 21 quality is suspect, but so is E&C’s.

  3. That second one is not going to do my girls any favors, but I love the contrast lining in the first one.

  4. I wish they had less sleeveless stuff, my arms are not attractive

    • I agree! I typically never wear sleeveless. I hate my arms. I went for the spring box to wear with cardigans but I really wish they would focus more on blouses again.

    • Second the less sleeveless. Wish they would go back to doing more short sleeve blouses! That said, I still love the 3 shirts. Wearing cardigans to cover my shoulders gets pretty old in the office though. I’ve bought just about every short sleeve shirt that they’ve done in the past.

      • Totally third the less sleeveless and more short sleeve blouses! Can someone please tell them??

        love the first contrast trimming. Even a cap sleeve would be awesome. I’m curious why that one didn’t come in unstainable fabric.

  5. The bra strap holder is so cool! Will have to look into adding something like that to my shirts

    • I love the bra strap holder! I hate when my bra strap moves and shows. Hoping it’s a new thing that more brands will add onto their shirts!

      • This brand reminds me of Ann Taylor. Some of the styles appeal to me but I need petite sizing. I agree that the bra strap holders look useful!

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