The Top 23
Products of ’23

The items our audience couldn’t get enough of this year

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Here at Valet., we’re constantly featuring new products. From high quality investment pieces and luxurious fashion to more affordable, everyday items for your home. Which ones were the most popular with you, the reader? We looked over the data and crunched the numbers. Here are the top 23 products of 2023—the items our readers clicked on and bought the most over the past year. And we've got to say, you guys have good taste.

Each of the three shoe cabinets folds out to house eight pairs of shoes (meaning this will comfortably hold 24 pairs), while the tall door conceals a cabinet with three shelves to store taller boots, umbrellas and other items you'd want near the door.”

For under $30, you won't find a better sweatshirt. It's 100% cotton, has vintage details like a gusseted collar and comes in a range of colors.”

Not all night creams have to be pricey. CeraVe is a no-nonsense brand beloved by dermatologists because it gets the job done and never causes skin problems. Their night cream is a rich, emollient formula packed with a trifecta of super skincare ingredients: Niacinamide, hyaluronic acid and ceramide.”

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$14.60 by CeraVe

This jacket has a cult following for a reason. The fit is fantastic, it comes in eight different colors and the flannel blanket lining is extra warm and cozy.”

'With my personal go-to choices, I gravitate towards different brands depending on the occasion. For a rugged, everyday look, Lady White's two-pack tees are my top choice.'”

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$110 (for two-pack) by Lady White Co.

Whatever you're drinking, it's going to taste better in a nice glass. I'm not sure how the science works out, but I know this to be true.”

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$45 / $33.89 (for two) by Riedel

'I keep it pretty simple and rely on a few core, high-quality products I know I can trust. This is a powerful, but gentle daily face wash that's formulated with superfood antioxidants.'”


The classic polo shirt, with a major upgrade. Featuring luxe organic cotton pique for the classic polo look, with added four-way stretch and fabric recovery to provide the same maximum comfort as an active shirt.”

Hand-sewn the old fashioned way, with a leather stacked outsole and storm welt, but finished with a rubber heel tap and forefoot for improved traction.”

The pants are garment-dyed and washed, meaning they feel broken in as soon as you get them. Plus, they're finished with authentic workwear details like raised seam patch pockets and a single tool pocket on the right hip.”

An old-school chino with double pleats and slash rear pockets. Finished with wide hems to cuff and natural corozo buttons.”

Taylor Stitch has teamed up with Goruck for a limited edition capsule collection of gear that's designed to stand up to whatever training, travel and adventures you have planned.”

Put your table to work and let it stash some of your daily necessities out of sight or display your favorite items. Whether you want to organize your books and magazines or simply tuck away your remotes and lighters, this table is outfitted with extra room.”


Knit from a soft blend of cotton and recycled polyester, it's got a soft, vintage feel and comes in three heathered neutral shades. It's an easy layer to throw over a T-shirt to smarten up a pair of jeans or cargo pants.”

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$89.50 / $59.99 by Madewell

Think about pulling on a relaxed jacket (that fits and feels more like a cardigan), or maybe just a refined autumnal sweater with some suede slip-ons and a pair of gentlemanly trousers with a silhouette that's ready for 2024.”

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$198 by Taylor Stitch

The protective coating still develops that distinctive worn-in patina after some thorough wearing. They're the ideal outerwear for transitional weather, when the coated cotton shell provides an equal amount of warmth, breathability and protection from precipitation.”

This low-slung bench has replicated cerused oak grain and is accented with brushed nickel-tone pulls on the two wide drawers.”

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$286 / $199.99 by Soundstone

This soft neoprene posture-correcting brace is particularly useful for those with hunched shoulders. The discreet design can fit under clothing, has padded straps to reduce friction on the skin, and is worn like a backpack. Wear it regularly for a few hours each day, and you can help train your muscles and improve your posture over time.”

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$19.99 by Gaiam


With a subtle blend of cedar and sage leaves mixed with resin and suede, this scent reminds us of a stylish woodworker who's just come from the barber. It's classically masculine, warm and spicy, but not overpowering.”

Cut from a proprietary fabric and treated with a wash to add extra softness, these look like the kind of shirts that cost 10 times as much. And they're now available in half a dozen shades, so take your pick.”

This ruggedly handsome design is modeled after the sweater worn by mechanics during World War II.”

This early '90s point-and-shoot was made in Japan for the legendary German camera maker and was designed to be an affordable starter camera that was portable and easy to use.”

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$350 to $450 on eBay

These are what we'd imagine you'd get if you had a scan of your body done for custom underwear. They are tailored with a three-dimensional shaped front for support, but made with a bonding technique so they're completely seamless.”

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$14.90 by UNIQLO

The Most-Read
Stories of 2023

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