Elizabeth & Clarke Spring 2020 Box Spoilers + Coupon!


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Here are the upcoming Elizabeth & Clarke styles for Spring 2020!

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!

Here are the new Spring 2020 Shirt Styles:

The Unstainable Archer

Don’t be blue—The Unstainable Archer is back in a brand new color for spring! Our opaque Unstainable Vegan Silk® fabric repels all water-, oil-, and alcohol-based spills and is wrinkle-resistant to keep you looking sharp. On top of that, we’ve added a matching satin covered placket for dimension as well as a Gap Snap at the bust and bra strap holders for extra security. To finish, we gave The Archer a sleek mandarin collar to sit perfectly underneath a blazer or cardigan. Short in the front and long in the back, you can tuck The Archer into the front of your jeans and head to brunch or tuck it fully into your favorite pair of work pants—did somebody say The Blake?—for instant workday chic.

 

The Unstainable Zane

You know we love to give classics a little twist! That’s why we designed The Unstainable Zane’s Vegan Silk® in a cream and charcoal stripe combo. Totally opaque and wrinkle-resistant, throw this long-sleeve v-neck blouse on and see how easily it pairs with some dark blue jeans for Sunday brunch. And when Monday comes back around, the clean finish stitching and buttons at the cuff of The Zane will have you looking (and feeling!) ready to roll up your sleeves and take care of business at the office.

The Dalton

Have you spent hours searching for a v-neck top that wasn’t too revealing for the office? Ladies—we’ve got you. Not only does The Unstainable Dalton feature a gusset insert to give you the perfect neckline height, but its fully opaque Ponte knit will make sure no one can see through the blush pink of this top. With elbow length sleeves and just the right amount of stretch, this top is a great transition piece to take you from air-conditioned office to breezy outdoor cafe. Pair with some light jeans and your lucky pump for a great Casual Friday look that can also take you right to Happy Hour!

 

What do you think of the Elizabeth & Clarke Spring 2020 collection?

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  1. Just got my winter box and ordered all three in winter. I’m actually wearing the purple sweater from winter right now!!! For spring, I’m only picking Archer, plus an Archer for my mom, and adding a white Liz Lemon. I travel a TON for my job and am a fairly messy person and E&C is just PERFECT for me!

    • Have you tried the suit separates yet? I was thinking of investing in a suit and like the idea of E&C’s unstainable suits that dont wrinkle and therefore should hold up well. E & C seems like a good choice. Chelsea, since you like their shirts, what do you think?

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