5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a cool kitchen upgrade to an adventure-ready watch

5 stylish items to buy this week

The Valet. team is constantly scouring shops and the web to find the latest and greatest items from the worlds of fashion, footwear and gear. Here, the editors have assembled their latest finds—the items we deem worthy of your hard-earned money. Browse away, treat yourself to something and start the week off right.


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This may be the ultimate kitchen accessory. Because a tea kettle usually sits out on your stove all day, every day. So it's an easy way to add a shot of high design to a room that doesn't alway get a lot of stylish pieces. Fellow, who makes one of our favorite all-in-one pour over kettles, now offers their modern spin on a tea kettle. The sleek design is built from high-grade stainless steel, with a wide-mouth spout that stays sealed until you begin to pour.

Clyde stovetop kettle,
$99 by Fellow


Consider this your wool blazer's cooler cousin. We really appreciate versatile hybrid pieces like this. Todd Snyder mixes the vintage charm of a classic utility shirt with the ease of a favorite sweater in this shirt jacket made from densely woven Italian boucle material. It's crafted with a soft structure that's cozy and comfortable yet durable, and finished with sturdy vintage-inspired buttons and two oversized flap patch pockets at the chest.

Italian boucle wool shirt jacket,
$398 by Todd Snyder



You want a badass watch that's up for any challenge? Müehle-Glashütte is a family-owned company that's been making quality timepieces in Germany for five generations. They're best known for a hardwearing watch designed in collaboration with Germany's Maritime Search and Rescue Service. The brand recently unveiled the Sea-Timer BlackMotion, a versatile sports watch coated with layers of jet-black titanium carbide for extra strength. The tonal dial, with hands and indices coated in bright Super LumiNova, is protected by a thick, anti-glare sapphire crystal. It's definitely an adventure-ready watch that offers everything you need (and nothing you don't).

Sea-Timer BlackMotion watch,
$2,599 by Müehle-Glashütte


One of Nike's coolest shoes just got cozy for the season. The shoe brand has continued its long-standing partnership with Pendleton by reworking one of their most popular recent additions in the woolen mill's signature flannel fabrics. The futuristic React Element was a bold choice, if you ask us, yet the modern mashup really works.

Nike React Element 55 sneaker,
$140 by Nike



You switch up everything else when the seasons change, why not your cap? Norse Projects' corduroy cap is made in the US from soft, wide-wale corduroy and simply styled with a classic six-panel construction and tonal embroidery. It's finished with an adjustable leather tab in the back and looks a whole lot more grown up than your standard ball cap.

Corduroy cap,
$89 by Norse Projects

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