5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From cold weather gear to some very sexy toothpaste

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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A crewneck sweatshirt needs to be versatile. The At Ease crew from Lululemon is effective at sweat-wicking for any workout but the material is more reminiscent of a casual piled fleece—only smoother and softer. It also features raglan sleeves and discreet pockets. The whole collection double downs on the “leisure” end of athleisure, but it doesn't stray fully away from the athletic. It's the perfect blend of function and relaxation. Which is exactly the kind of cozy vibe we're aiming for this winter.

At Ease crew,
$228 by Lululemon


Leave it to Lenny Kravitz to make toothpaste sexy. His Let Love Rule Foundation partnered with the GLO Good Foundation to help bring oral care to those most in need. This new duo of toothpastes is reimagining the twice-a-day routine. Both fluorinated formulas boast antioxidant-rich vitamins A, C, & E and aloe vera to help soothe gums and create a lasting, healthy environment in your mouth—but one is a refreshing blend of wintergreen and peppermint and the other is a calming, minty blend with a touch of lavender. The flavors are subtle, the texture smooth and the tubes have a satisfying and secure cap that prevents you from spilling any paste.

From $11.98 for both tubes,
by Twice



If you're looking for an investment piece this season, here it is. Aimé Leon Dore's new color-blocked overshirt is a sturdy layering piece that really makes a statement. It comes in five different colorways, but it's the Casentino wool that really elevates this garment. The hand of the wool calls to mind those classic Patagonia fleeces and they look warm and fuzzy in a reach-out-and-touch kind of way. Button it all the way up, and tuck it into some work pants or simply throw it over a T-shirt or light sweater. Either way, it works.

Casentino wool overshirt,
$495 by Aimé Leon Dore


This vest is bulletproof. Well, not technically. We don't mean it has the ability to stop bullets. But we do mean that this does a whole lot more than your average zip-up quilted vest. Proof's innovative design is soft and stretchy, with a water-resistant finish that fends off light rain and snow. It's lean enough to layer but substantial enough to wear on its own. What's more, it's certified by the Responsible Down Standard, which ensures that the down and feathers come from animals that have not been harmed.

Stealth down vest,
$148 by Proof



You don't need a wool cap. But damn, it feels good. This classic 5-panel cap by Patagonia features a simple logo patch accent on the front. It's cut from lightweight and breathable recycled wool that's still plenty warm enough to keep the winter wind's chill off your dome.

Recycled wool 5-panel hat,
$45 by Patagonia

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