When that unexpected knock at your door leads to a pimply teen trying to sell you a subscription to InStyle or some crap, instead of caving in to the pressure, offer the kid this tip instead: Had you been selling dress shirts instead of magazines, you would’ve made a mint. Custom clothing startup Hall&Madden is on the case, offering up shirt subscriptions in one, two, three, or four-month intervals. Just pay $150 per period and you’ll receive a box of three fitted dress shirts. Two-ply imported cotton, mother of pearl buttons, and contrast cuffs highlight the build quality. Oh, and the fact that each box comes with absolutely no issues of Reader’s Digest.