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The top 5 new subscription boxes in Toronto

Subscription boxes in Toronto are gifts that keep on giving. From on-trend men's accessories and streetwear to gourmet treats and sustainable beauty products, these services will surprise you with a new box of goodies each and every month.

Here are my picks for the top new subscription boxes available in Toronto.

The Kit Grid

If you love streetwear, you'll probably want to look into The Kit Grid. Each month, this service delivers a box filled with apparel from brands like Adidas, Mitchell & Ness and Vitaly. Basic packages start at $74.99.

Estblsh

Who needs vowels when you're decked out in suave accessories? Each Estblsh subscription box costs ast little as $29.99 and features men's accessories, such as pocket squares and patterned socks.

The Taste Box

The Taste Box will bring food right to your doorstep. Each box comes comes filled with chef-inspired ingredients and previous products have included truffle oil, fancy honey and tea.

Esthoria Box

Each month, the Esthoria Box will bring green beauty products to your door. The January box, for instance, includes skincare elixirs from Okoko Cosmetiques.

Tokyo Treat

Sure, Tokyo Treat might be based in Japan, but this service will bring you delicious Japanese sweets for $14.99 USD per month. Best of all, shipping to Toronto (and around the world) is free!

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