To date, Elizabeth & Clarke has been selling one thing: shirts.
Each season they introduce a very edited collection of tops and subscribers can choose to purchase one, two or three per quarter. They also have a limited “forever collection” to choose from if the seasonal designs don’t suit your fancy.
The price structure is also very fair: $30 for one, $25 each for two, or $20 each if you sign up to receive three.
The designs I’ve seen so far are modern, usually black or white, and almost always have an interesting detail.
Here’s a view of their Fall 2015 collection:
The back details make both of these special.
But what’s really tipping me over the edge is Elizabeth & Clarke’s new Unstainable White Shirt collection.
Here are two of the designs:
These look amazing! I especially like the white t shirt, which is called the Liz Lemon (the name makes me love it even more), and is only $25.
I’ve jealousy been seeing other bloggers review the shirts online, and they’re getting huge praise.
As exciting as this seems, though, it looks like I’ll have to wait; the Elizabeth & Clarke Unstainable line is taking orders now for delivery in spring 2016.
P.S. Spellcheck turned “Unstainable White Shirt” into “Unattainable White Shirt” which is downright accurate. Made me laugh.