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    23 Subscription Boxes That'll Trick Everyone Into Thinking You're An Adult

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    1. Facetory gives you a curated selection of K-beauty sheet masks because nothing creates the illusion of adulthood like someone posting a #selfcare sheet mask selfie on social media, even if you've never heard of a serum.


    I've used sooo many kinds of sheet masks and the Facetory selection does not disappoint!

    How it works: A curated of 4–7 fabric sheet masks in adorable packaging (that also looks great on Insta) lands on your doorstep with card containing all the deets (in English) you'd want to know about these beauts. Lazy beauty = the best beauty.

    Get a monthly subscription from Amazon for $6.23+ (available in four or seven masks).

    2. Winc provides a wine selection that's drastically more informed than whatever label matched your outfit when you dropped by the wine store.

    Yet whom is not guilty of that cast the first wine cork.

    How it works: Answer (only) six questions to fill out your palate profile, Winc will recommend wines for you, send them to your door, and you'll provide feedback to inform future orders. You don't have to pay for a bottle you don't like, can skip a month, and can cancel anytime. Gone are the days of showing up to a friend's party with a meh wine!

    Sign up at Winc at no charge and get a month supply of three bottles for $39 + $9 shipping. (If you order 4+ bottles shipping is complimentary!)

    3. Lola delivers 100% organic period products on a set schedule so you're never in that awkward moment where you have to buy a box of tampons on the way to a bar and then stuff them in your purse because you needed one. ONE.

    Yes that happened to me and the corner store's smallest box of tampons was 20. So you can imagine how the "We need to check in your bag" sitch went.

    How it works: Choose from a variety of period and sex products (tampons, pads, and liners in a variety of absorbencies; cleansing wipes; condoms; lubricant; cramp care multivitamins) that'll arrive at your door in discreet packaging. You can skip anytime and add on one-time purchases to your regular order when you please. Oh, and there are no subscription fees.

    Get boxes from Lola set on a customized delivery schedule for $9+. And get 20% off your first subscription with code BUZZFEED20 at checkout.

    4. The Daily Knot sends a stylish new tie on the reg to help liven up your work lewks.


    How it works: A stylish, high-quality is delivered to your door. Simple as that!

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $11.99.

    5. Shaker & Spoon teaches you how to make some $17-style drinks at home so you can whip up a delicious bev before you head out on the town. (Remember, adults don't call it "pre-gaming".)


    A while back I made a mean bourbon cocktail with Earl Grey tea thanks to this box. It's *legit.*

    How it works: This includes three recipes with enough supplies to make four of each. S&S will worry about syrups, bitters, mixers, garnishes, and more. You just have to pick up the liquor.

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $40+.

    6. Rent The Runway Unlimited gives you the chance to wear designer with spending all your money (and then some).

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    How it works: This is my lovely colleague Elena Garcia who uses the service and swears by it. You can even check out our full review of Rent The Runway Unlimited here! Basically, the company your most stylish friends (aka, ME) rent their wedding guest dresses from has a service where you can rent four items at a time and swap them out as you please for a monthly fee. So you can borrow stuff like this DVF dress that retails for $498 for no additional cost and bait folks into asking "Where'd you get that?!" Plus you can pause or cancel at any time.

    Get your first month from Rent The Runway for $99 with code FIRSTRTR at checkout and for $159 for each month afterward.

    7. ArmourBox fills your gym bag with fresh workout gear so you don't get approached by some youngun' at the elliptical again about your Greek Week shirt that predates Instagram. (I can feel the wrinkles creeping onto my forehead already.)

    Under Armour

    (I graduated college in 2010, I can say these things!)

    How it works: Answer some questions about your sizing and activity preferences, then an ~Official Outfitter~ will choose 4–6 pieces of UnderArmour gear. You have a week to try it on for free. Keep and pay for what you dig. And you get a 20% discount if you decide to keep it all!

    Get a subscription from Under Armour Here here (prices vary, available in several shipping schedules).

    8. WiseStays ships collar stays (with inspirational quotes) to you because a floppy collar is not a good look — even if you picked up that shirt off your floor this morn and steamed it before work.


    How it works: A pair of stainless-steel collar stays keep your shirts looking in tip-top shape. Oh, and there's an inspirational quote on them!

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $6.66 (available in 2.5- or 2.75-inch lengths).

    9. Billie caters to folks who shave, and dig convenience and pretty design with its magnetic razor holders and complementary body products.

    I use Billie razors and shave cream, and they're both great. Plus, the bottle of shave cream I'm currently on has been going strong for months and months.

    How it works: Each razor cartridge has five sharp blades that are surrounded by an aloe shave shape for smooth sailing, even if you're in the shower in a groggy, pre-contacts state. (Trust me.) But you can also add one one-time purchase shave cream, body lotion, and body wash — all of which I've used and really like.

    Get a starter kit from Billie for $9 (includes a handle, magnetic holder, and two razor cartridges), and $9 for four replacement cartridges as you need them.

    10. Dollar Shave Club also keeps you on your reg schedule of supplies in case you could care less about packaging but just need some dang blades that won't give you razor burn.

    Dollar Shave Club

    How it works: Select your favorite blade variety and adjust deliveries as needed, just in case you decide to grow out a beard of wear pants all winter.

    Get the starter kit from Dollar Shave Club for $5 (includes a travel-size shave butter, razor handle, and four razor cartridges) and then set up a monthly subscription for $1+.

    11. Simple Loose Leaf Tea has the (tasty) goods to shock everyone who comes over to your house when you offer them a cuppa made from something NOT obviously nicked from your office break room.


    How it works: Each shipment includes four hand-selected teas with enough loose-leaf tea for 4–5 cups each. Choose from a sampler, herbal/decaf, black tea, or green tea box.

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $9+ (available in four varieties).

    12. Driftaway Coffee provides freshly roasted whole-bean coffee for a delish caffeine boost your coffee snob BFF will actually compliment you on next time they're over for brunch.

    How it works: Time to break out the coffee grinder — or invest in a good one (we like this Krups one). The whole-bean coffee works with any brewer, including espresso, and is roasted on every Sunday. Also, five cents of every dollar is donated to World Coffee Research for longterm coffee sustainability. You can choose between weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly coffee shipments.

    Get a subscription from Driftaway Coffee for $18.86+ (available in 1 or 2 lbs. and in a variety of shipping schedules).

    If you don't wanna do the grinding yourself, check out a similar service from Atlas Coffee Club. And check out our full review of Atlas Coffee Club to see if it's right for you.

    13. Trunk Club builds out your wardrobe (with the help of an actual stylist) so next time someone sees you post an OOTD they'll assume you're a fashion influencer now.

    How it works: Create a style profile, chat with a stylist, review the "trunk" with stylist-selected items, and return anything that isn't *just right*. And you can order another trunk whenever you'd like, no need to worry about a monthly or quarterly delivery if you're feeling set atm. Oh, and it's available for both men's and women's clothes!

    Get a subscription from Trunk Club here (prices vary, available in several shipment timings).

    14. GlobeIn helps you outfit your home in gorgeous artisan items that have an amazing backstory next time someone quizzes you about the vase on your side table.

    How it works: Each box includes 4–5 handmade artisan goods that are ethically sourced and valued at about $70. *And* each shipment includes info about the artisan who made the goods!

    Get a monthly subscription from GlobeIn for $33+.

    15. Flont lets you rent out really nice (even fine!) jewelry so you don't have to wear that same statement necklace to every wedding. Yep, people notice.

    How it works: In a similar vein to Rent The Runway, you can rent nice jewelry at several different levels. The basic plan lets you borrow up to $1,500's worth at once, while the highest plan let's you borrow up to $8,000's worth of bling. You're about to look so rich.

    Get a monthly subscription from Flont for $59+ (available in four plans).

    16. SpriceBreeze offers up some new, exciting recipes (and the required spices) to make you quit your delivery pizza habit.


    How it works: Each month includes simple (we swear!) recipes from regions around the world to keep your at-home cooking adventures saucy in all the right ways.

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $5.60+ (available in two sizes).

    17. Bouqs turns you into one of those people who always has a beautiful, fresh bouquet of flowers. And a farm-to-table bouquet, nonetheless!

    I've used Bouqs several times for flower deliveries for loved ones (and OK, for MYSELF), and has never been disappointed.

    How it works: Of course, you can buy a single bouquet when you'd like, but the subscription service keeps your home looking (and smelling) like roses. You have the bouquet options of "Farmer's Market," roses, and "Classic;" three stem amounts; and weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or bi-weekly deliveries.

    Get 12 deliveries from Bouqs for $36+ each (available in several delivery schedule and three bouquet types).

    18. Butcher Box caters to meat eaters whom want to know more about how their meat is sourced and what it's fed than what the grocery aisle signs indicate.

    How it works: You get the option of different cuts of free-range organic chicken, 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef, and heritage-breed pork in several different box options. So really, it's like making a fancy butcher do the work for you and deliver it to your doorstep.

    Get a monthly subscription from Butcher Box for $129+ (available in several varieties.

    19. Or Purple Carrot features plant-based meal options that'll make your meatless meals more appetizing than your go-to pasta dish whether you're full-on vegan or skip the meat every once in a while.

    How it works: Each week you choose three dinners and each dinner has two servings. So *technically* you could share with a friend. Or just save the other half for yourself (what I do, hehe). Like with other meal kit plans, the ingredients are delivered to you in a box that's kept cool and you go from there! Plans include quick and easy, high protein, and chef's choice (aka, gourmet), and you can add on to your basic dinner plan.

    Get a subscription from Purple Carrot here (prices vary).

    Looking for something a little different? Check out our full review of eight different meal kits.

    20. Basic Man adds some new pieces to your T-shirt, boxer briefs, and socks rotation because your underthings should breathe, but not because they're falling apart.


    How it works: A fresh pair of socks, boxer briefs, and a T-shirt lands on your doorstep (or mailbox, whatever) each month. BTW, the boxer briefs are odor-resistant and anti-microbial. So you can slowly rid yourself of your tattered go-tos.

    Get a monthly subscription from CrateJoy for $16.17+ (available in sizes S–2XL).

    21. And BootayBag keeps you well (un)dressed if lacey thongs or bikinis are more your thing. Psst, it's been awhile since you did a 5/$25 panty haul and it's starting to show.


    How it works: Decide if you'd like one pair or two a month, and choose between "always thong" and "never thong" because hey, everyone has their preference!

    Get a monthly subscription from BootayBag for $9+ (available in sizes XS–XL).

    22. HealthyMe Living gives you junk food alternatives so the next time a meeting that should've been an email makes you wanna tear into a family-size bag of BBQ potato chips with your teeth you can (calmly) reach for a bag of quinoa chips instead, ok?


    How it works: Get 7–10 items like dried fruit, protein bars, popcorn, fruit bars, gourmet treats, and more that are gluten-free, non-GMO, nitrate-free, vegan, and/or certified organic in each box!

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $26.99.

    23. Southern Scholar Socks makes passersby assume that anyone with socks that good definitely went to Canada's finest business school.


    How it works: You get one pair of *superior* dress socks and a styling card with tips on how to get the most out of 'em.

    Get a monthly subscription from Cratejoy for $13.75+.

    You facing the day like an actual adult:

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