Elizabeth & Clarke Fall 2018 Box Spoilers + New Suit Separates Subscription!


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Here are the upcoming Elizabeth & Clarke styles for Fall 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). 

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!

Elizabeth & Clarke also have a new Suit Separates subscription available!

Suit Separates will ship twice per year – The 1 Separate Plan costs $120 per season, the 2 Separates Plan costs $210 per season, and the 3 Separates Plan costs $270 per season:

Find yourself on the hunt for well-fitting, affordable, and chic workwear? Tired of dealing with fake pockets and dragging hems? Want more Elizabeth & Clarke in your closet? Your prayers have been answered!

We’re proud to introduce our premiere Suit Separates Collection! Our newest subscription plan will ship twice per year—in summer and winter—and feature three mix-and-match separates each season.

Our Winter Suit Separates Collection will ship on December 1st and features three all-new Unstainable® styles in a rich, navy double-knit ponte.

Here are the new Fall 2018 Shirt Styles:

 

The Norcross

The enchanting emerald green hue of The Unstainable Norcross, inspired by the natural beauty of the Irish countryside, will put you into an autumn mood while the front draped detail adds a romantic, feminine touch. With our Unstainable® fabric technology, a casual stand collar, and a single golden shank button, this top can easily be dressed up for a meeting at the office or dressed down for a day spent selecting the perfect pumpkin. Layered under your trusty Sloane cardigan, this blouse is sure to become a staple in your wardrobe long after the season changes.

 

The Vera

Beautiful from the front and even more interesting from the back. If you’re on the hunt for your new favorite sweater, look no further than The Vera! With intricate cable-knit detailing down the center front and sleeves, you’ll want to add an extra one to your box for your mom, your sister, and your daughter—who will no doubt try to steal it from your closet. We added an exquisite teal grosgrain ribbon sourced from Japan to add a gorgeous pop of color. The Vera is crafted from jersey knit so soft, you’ll wish we made it into pajamas. Pair with the Banks trousers to keep cozy in your freezing office or with your go-to leggings and boots on the the weekend for a classic fall look.

 

The Whitmore

Versatile. Sophisticated. Fun. These are just a few of the ways to describe The Whitmore. We crafted an eye-catching neckline and a slightly-tapered waist to give the classic crewneck sweater a serious makeover this season. In a classic ivory shade, this long-sleeved pullover sweater is 100% opaque and super warm due to its double-knit construction. Its so soft you might never want to take it off, but when you do, it’s machine-washable! We even added extended split cuffs to ease you into the bell-sleeve trend that everyone will continue to rock this season. Tuck The Whitmore into The Roberts skirt for an easy office look or over a pair of dark wash jeans for a low-key lunch with friends.

Here are the new Winter 2018 Suit Separates Styles:

The Cutler

Modernize your work wardrobe by adding The Unstainable Cutler to your box. Expertly tailored from bust to waist to hip to create a hyper-feminine silhouette, this navy blazer fits like a dream. We’ve also added a few luxe details, like an asymmetrical drape, a sophisticated peak lapel, and our Unstainable® fabric technology to help protect you from all water-, oil-, and alcohol-based stains. And if that wasn’t enough, you can also count on the Sweat-Proof lining to wick sweat away and kill 99.9% of all odor-causing bacteria. Pair this with The Unstainable Blake and prepare to take over the boardroom.

The Blake

We love a pair of chic, cropped trousers as a staple in every working woman’s wardrobe. Enter: The Unstainable Blake. These tailored, mid-rise pants elongate the leg and feature a front zipper and double hook-and-eye closure for extra security. On top of the allure of functional pockets and our Unstainable® fabric technology, we’ve also added snaps to make the hems adjustable length so that you can find your perfect crop. Just tuck your favorite Unstainable white shirt into The Blake pants in the morning, and voila! Instant workday charm.

The Atwood

If you add one dress to your wardrobe this season, make sure it’s The Unstainable Atwood. This fashion-forward A-line dress is semi-fitted at the bust and loose throughout the waist and hips to perfectly suit every body type. Our Unstainable® fabric technology will also repel all water-, oil-, and alcohol-based stains you may encounter throughout the day. The gorgeous asymmetrical hem, soft gather at the center front, and hours spent hand-draping combine to create stunning movement. From small details like the geometric shaping of the armholes to the rich, navy hue of the luxurious double-knit ponte, The Atwood will inspire the admiration of all your coworkers. Oh—and did we mention it has pockets that actually hold things?

What do you think of the Elizabeth & Clarke Fall 2018 collection and the new Suit Separates?

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

Written by MSA

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16 Comments

  1. What sizes do they offer?

  2. I love this sub. Their shirts are unique and tend to be the pieces I reach for the most. I really like the fall pieces. The weird green thing on the sweater is right up my alley!

  3. I’m a little frustrated with this company right now. I just received my pieces from the summer collection and neither worked for me unfortunately (one was an awful color for my skin tone and the other was a horrible fit). They said they take returns for exchange or merchandise credit but said that I won’t be able to return it for credit for any pieces in the fall box because their billing for the fall box is this Friday. This makes no sense as I JUST received my box last Friday and that certainly seems like an over sight by their company to make sure that the consumer has some time to decide. I had decided to keep this sub after my Spring box because their clothing is SUPER high quality and interesting but now I think I’m going to cancel. Anyways, I’m not trying to harp on this box because the clothing is great but I just wanted to give people a heads up that there might be certain restrictions with their returns that you might not find with other retailers. I think it’s because they produce their clothing in limited batches but I’m not sure.

    • It happened to me before, except that even though I picked the shirt out, they were out of stock, and they were not able to refund me. I have subbed for 4 years, and this fall is the second time I skipped. If one item did not work for me, I just skipped cos I cannot justify paying $100 for 2 items. If they are all unstainable it is a different story. I did jot like the cotton shirt in the summer box, and I picked a plain white shirt which I already have to make up 3 shirts cos I like the other 2. But not spending on $120 again in the fall on only one unstainable that I like. I do not know how a previous commentor can pick a previous season item. The only way I know is by emailing them and ask.

      • Wait…they didn’t refund you!?!? Did they give you credit?

    • Call your credit card company, and let them fight for you. I had companies that would not respond, refund, credit, exchange or replace items. I’ve always gotten my money back from the credit card company no matter what the company’s policy was.

    • Yeah their billing and CS is weird. I canceled as soon as I got my spring box, but was still charged for my summer box. I emailed to complain about this and they said that I was still canceled but they couldn’t refund me and it would just be a $120 credit that was never to expire. I wasn’t happy about that but accepted it knowing I could eventually buy their clothes (which I do like, but never like every item in a season). I just received my summer box in the mail yesterday, despite canceling and being told I would NOT get the summer box. I like one out of three shirts, and that one I don’t love because of the color. It fits okay but I am royally annoyed because I DIDN’T ORDER THE BOX. I even got an email at the end of May saying my account was deactivated but that this was my last chance to reactivate and get the summer box! I didn’t even OPEN the email so I have no idea how my account was activated again! So clearly their system is really screwed up and their CS is not good for their word.

  4. Attaching random pieces of fabric to classic silhouettes doesn’t make them edgy. It makes them look like … random pieces of fabric. I don’t get what they’re going for.

    • Yeah that green piece on the sweater is jsut odd and random. Beautiful sweater but that green piece, nope. Maybe its possible to cut it out?

      • Agreed. I don’t know why they are so obsessed with asymmetric cuts. I would have probable gotten the suit, I may have even gotten all three including the dress, if the blazer and dress were cut normally. Like why do this? I will probably cancel after the fall box. They aren’t even giving you a week to decide if you want the next box now and the pieces are becoming very hit or miss.

  5. That Vera sweater is so quirky and weird, I don’t know if I love it or hate it. However, I admire the attempt to make classic styles more interesting.

  6. what’s up with the green in the back of the sweater. I like the front but don’t get the back

    • I really like the back. I like weird details like that. Too many boring sweaters in this world.

  7. Picking up one of all the shirts and adding in the Windsor from summer. Initially I thought the suit was too adventurous for me but it’s growing on me – I may try it later. I don’t wear a ton of suits, though – I have their kickstarter one and rarely need it but it’s great when I do.

  8. FYI Groupon has a deal on Elizabeth and Clark subscription boxes. It’s a 35% savings!

    • You can stack coupon codes on top of it too. That made the 3 shirt box $60. I’ve been debating on biting the bullet 50% off

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