5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a twist on a classic tote to a cool kitchen upgrade

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.


Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.


We love a good chore jacket. No secret there. But this one feels a bit like a secret because the fit and finish feel so good, you can't believe you scored it for less than a hundred bucks. Everlane's new denim jacket combines vintage details with an updated fit for a really contemporary jacket that comes in both dark indigo or black. There's also a hint of stretch for extra comfort, which is good because we're going to be wearing this a lot.

Denim chore jacket,
$98 by Everlane


Special Promotion

Is it really spring if you don't have a fresh pair of white sneakers? And you won't find a more classic pair, than these—a stitch for stitch re-creation of the original style shown in the ad campaigns for SeaVees in 1966. The white cotton canvas bluchers (which also come in three other colorways) are washed for instant softness, straight out of the box. They're the warm weather staple you leave by the door and slip into for any activity—be it work, the weekend or even a summer wedding. Or as SeaVees says, they're shoes “for all, for all time.” What's more, they come with the brand's exclusive cooling footbed system with perforations for breathability and cooling airflow channels for all-day comfort and breathability.

Sixty Six classic sneakers,
$58 by SeaVees



You're five minutes from looking more handsome. That's the promise of Alder New York's new mud face mask. The creamy, fragrance-free formula is packed with free radical-fighting vitamin C and mineral-rich kaolin clay to leave skin bright and toned. Meanwhile, nourishing calendula and chamomile extracts work with hydrating hyaluronic acid to reduce redness, soothe skin and lock in moisture. Apply before hopping in the shower to start your day looking your best. And bonus: They come packaged in eco-friendly, recycled plastic jars.

Brightening face mask,
$24.99 by Alder New York


Take the guesswork out of growing your own herbs. The Smart Hydroplanter provides you the ability to grow fresh herbs indoors—all year long. Even better, the organic setup is extremely easy to maintain. There's no dirt involved in the hydroponic setup, so it keeps your countertops neat and clean. You simply add water now and then, and let the Modern Sprout app automate the rest of the growing process. Then simply enjoy freshly-cut herbs in your dinner and drinks.

Smart Hydroplanter,
$165 by Modern Sprout



The classic NPR tote might feel a bit tired. But this streetwear twist? Wired, for sure. The Hundreds is a community-based brand and media platform with an emphasis on “People Over Product.” Driven by storytelling, it was a fitting match to collaborate with NPR. Co-founder Bobby Kim says the goal is to introduce younger generations to the world of public radio. So they merged the broadcast institution's iconic logo with The Hundreds' own Wildfire Flag logo and paired it with a message of support for our country's non-profit radio stations.

Wildfire tote bag,
$40 by The Hundreds

Want More Style?

Sign up for The Obtainer newsletter. Three times a week you'll get insider intel on what to buy, trusted recommendations and reviews, along with the best deals worth your time and money.

More from
the Series