11 Stellar Style And Beauty Subscription Boxes We Just Can't Quit

The Box: Elizabeth & Clarke

The Swag: Basic tops, like tees and button-downs, mostly in neutral colors.

The System: Every four months, members pick one to three shirts (which are, adorably, all named for famous Elizabeths in history, like the "Arden" and the "Taylor") from a seasonal collection to include in their quarterly box. The pieces are all produced under a direct-to-consumer model, so you'll be getting the highest possible quality without any unnecessary markup. If you are unhappy with any of your purchases, though, the company offers complete refunds.

The Price: $30 for one shirt, $50 for two shirts or $60 for three shirts.

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Every Christmas I can remember from childhood, my uncle would send us a half-year subscription of fruit. Timed four weeks apart, like clockwork, the boxes would arrive, brimming with some of plumpest, juiciest produce I've tasted in my life. But when our package ran out, did we bother to renew? Of course not. Back then, monthly deliveries were the type of thing one was happy to receive, but couldn't justify buying otherwise.

That all changed when Birchbox hit the scene. Launched in 2010, the product sample service was one of first subscription boxes that didn't feel like a gifting solution; it offered a discounted selection of things you'd happily pay full price for. It wasn't long until similar of-the-month clubs starting popping up, and not just for beauty—although there are lots of those, too!—and nowadays, you can find one to fit any interest. I've included the 11 fashion, beauty and lifestyle options I'm most excited about now in the slideshow above. Click through to get something better in the mail than bills and random Chinese food menus.

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