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Elizabeth & Clarke Summer 2021 Box Spoilers + Coupon

Here are the upcoming Elizabeth & Clarke styles for Summer 2021!

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!

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

Here are the new Summer 2021 Suit Separates:

The Unstainable Dylan

The Dylan is primed for whatever is on your agenda – whether it’s dashing to get your mail or burrowing under the covers after hitting snooze. The elastic waistband and smooth front put this short in the ‘presentable to neighbors’ and ‘for sleeping only’ categories – and everything between. The Vegan Silk® and six colors give you soft comfort – and the luxury of choice. The tulip hem isn’t just for show – it brings a range of motion for your mid-morning yoga poses and late-night binge-watching.

The Unstainable Gemma

For the Gemma, “impressions” isn’t just a marketing term. Whether you’re falling into bed at the end of a long day or heading out for some fresh air, these wide-leg pants with clean front waistband are here to make a statement. Unstainable Vegan Silk® fabric combines the softness of silk with our Unstainable technology for a pant that repels stains, wrinkles, and dry cleaning bills. Extra deep 13” pockets fit your phone, keys, and wallet — or just all your favorite snacks from kitchen to living room. Pair with the matching Cora or Fiona top for the full ‘business pajama’ experience.

The Unstainable Reeves

The Reeves is your new favorite jumpsuit. A faux wrap style front gives you the look of your favorite wrap style while staying in place and provides coverage with its ‘No Bra Required’ second layer of fabric. Lounge (or sleep) in comfort with no zippers, buttons, or snaps — just a functional wrap style back that makes dressing a breeze. The Unstainable® Vegan Silk® keeps you at ease repelling stains and exuding the softness of silk — without the dry cleaning bills. Deep pockets hold your phone, e-reader, and even all your home manicure supplies on your way to the couch for some self-care.

Here are the new Summer 2021 Shirt Styles:

The Unstainable Stella

The Stella is the grown-up night shirt you’ve always wanted. This boatneck-style sleep tee in smooth Vegan Silk® brings luxury to your snooze sessions without sacrificing style. A hi-low hemline and side slits makes reaching into pockets easy (Like in The Gemma pant) and notches at the sleeve cuffs make your morning stretches a breeze. With the relaxed fit of a t-shirt and the luxurious feel of Vegan Silk®, the Stella is everything you want in one place. Like your favorite farmer’s market. Sip your morning coffee before jumping into an early Zoom call without worry; Unstainable® technology keeps stains away.

The Unstainable Carter

Whether you’re powering through a packed calendar or staring down the tail end of a workweek, The Carter shows up. Don’t worry about changing for your lunchtime workout when your meeting runs over – again. The comfortable fit with an open back allows you to put in the moves before jumping back into work. The Vegan Silk® fabric is soft to the touch and puts your dry cleaning drop-off days behind you with machine washable and stain-repellent Unstainable® technology. The soft v-neck and four color options put The Carter in any wardrobe combination you can dream of – including nap time ensembles.

The Unstainable Mae

The Mae – available in four colors – doesn’t settle for anything less than being the center of attention. The v-neck is surrounded by a matching trim for a polished look that feels amazing. A generous fit and 4” side slits let this top work with you – not against you. Unlike your furry co-workers. A slight hi-low hem gives you easy access to the pockets in The Gemma pant. A perfect dolman sleeve and Unstainable Vegan Silk® caps off your best work-from-home-mate.

What do you think of the Elizabeth & Clarke Summer 2021 collection?

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Posted in Elizabeth and Clarke Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: elizabeth and clarke | 16 comments

Comments (16)

  1. Isn’t the point of subscription boxes to save money or get some sort of benefit that you can’t get from buying retail? I can find overpriced t-shirts on my own, thanks

  2. I actually like the suit pants and jumpsuit, but no way I’d pay that much for lounge outfits. I used to love this sub and dropped it about a year ago. I check back from time to time. At the old prices of $60 for all three I’d totally get and wear these T-shirts, but I can’t rationalize $60 each for very average looking tees.

  3. So the suit separates are pajamas? And Lunya knockoffs? I’m so confused. I subbed to this for a long time and have some beautiful pieces for work but I didn’t realize how much it had changed.

  4. I like the shirts I have from them for the WFH line but I don’t need more of nearly the exact same shirt over and over – I’d consider the new colors if they weren’t the color of scrubs. Luckily it’s very easy to skip seasons.

  5. Zzzzzzzzzz si utterly boring 😴

  6. That looks like something that either of my grandmas would wear.

  7. These are awful, but I’ve never heard of this brand so I checked out their site. The work clothes look nice (if I ever physically go to a job again lol).

  8. They look like scrubs

    • Came to make this exact comment lol

    • That was my first thought as well.

    • OMG, I was just going to post that same comment!
      Yikes – these clothes are unattractive to say the least

    • OMG! That’s why I came to check out the comments.

    • Exactly.

    • Thought the same thing. Especially the blue tops.

    • The first thing I thought…looks like scrubs.

  9. I know E&C got hit hard by pandemic but these styles are not it. They haven’t made blouses for work in over a year.

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