Elizabeth and Clark asks the question, “Why are you paying $100 for that designer blouse?” Don’t you worry L & C, I totally am not going to pay $100 for any shirt unless it has a hand embroidered portrait of my cat eating kibble from the hoof of an ancient buffalo. Oddly, designers never return my calls, so I wait for the day.
Every season you can pick 1 shirt for $30, 2 for $25 each, and 3 for $20 each. They allow you to choose from their collection and you can cancel anytime. They also allow you to order older styles once you join, but you have to email them for that.
My box arrived the day I emailed for tracking. I have had a bad time getting my boxes lately. Does anyone else know the feeling of emailing about your package and being told you will get it that day? I always feel so shameful!
The Taylor: I decided to pick this shirt because they said it was their most popular shirt “EVER.” I can see why! I am very happy with the quality and how this shirt fits. I am not sure if I will ever convert it to be a short sleeve but there is a button to make it happen. I am super impressed with the extra snap by the bust. With this shirt you KNOW you won’t be flashing anything you don’t want to!
Perfect to wear to a meeting where you may also find yourself arm wrestling! Roll up your sleeve with attitude!
The Olsen: I seriously tried to take a better picture but couldn’t. Just imagine an actually black shirt and not one that looks like some hologram. This is a soft asymmetrical shirt that can be dressed up or down. When I took this out of the package it took me longer then it should to figure out how to put it on. I kept wanting to put my head in the sleeve!
Perfect to wear with flip flops and a tiara. People will wonder if I am dressed up or down?
The Kelly: The front is a bit plain but made to be paired with all those statement necklaces I suddenly have. I think the back is unexpected and very pretty. It also makes it easier to move around in. I know I will wear this a lot since warmer weather brings on the risk of sweating through my longer sleeved shirts. Ever go to shake someone’s hand and realize something isn’t quite right? I have. I swear I sweat more sitting doing computer work then I do working out. Using my brain must be very taxing for me!
Business in the front, party in the back!
Verdict: If you have a job that requires these types of tops or maybe just wanna look like you do, then Elizabeth and Clark might just be the subscription you need. They come out every season and you get to choose from the collection so you won’t find yourself holding up a tulle pirate shirt wondering what went wrong. The quality is great for the price and the service is outstanding. I think a subscription to this would be the perfect gift for a new graduate who might actually find a job.