5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From shirt jackets and comfy pants to a relaxing lounge chair

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 is a light layer you don't want to be without. Before sliding into the down and fleece, a shirt jacket is the perfect piece of outerwear to throw on, hang up and recycle over and over again like a grocery tote. Olivers' new Stadium shirt jacket might be lightweight and easy to wear, but don't be fooled—this jacket was built to stand up to the elements. It's cut from weather-repellent ripstop nylon with a quilted, lightly insulated liner to keep you warm (but not overheated). It comes in two shades, but we're digging the military olive drab.

Stadium shirt jacket,
$158 by Olivers


Warning: Once you sit in this, you may not want to get up. West Elm's new Ross chair makes for a bold complement to a neutral living room, and instantly carves out an inviting lounge spot. Wood, iron and sherpa give it triple the texture and the mid-century minimalist vibes means it looks at home in most rooms.

Ross chair,
$549 by West Elm



You'll get a lot of wear out of these pants. Why? Because they wear like sweats but look like chinos. And they're actually cut from soft corduroy fabric, making them extremely seasonal and stylish. The drawstring waist adds a dose of ease. Top them off with a relaxed rugby shirt, a cozy cardigan or basically anything in your closet. The dark clay color is surprisingly versatile.

Pipeline pant,
$80 by Katin


You like your watch, right? And you probably invested some money in it. So take care of it properly. Cleaning a timepiece can be a delicate process, but Max Wilsdorf's ChronoPen makes it easy. Comprised of a cleaning solution pen with a soft brush head, the extra-fine bristles will help remove dust and dirt from even the smallest of cracks and crevices. Made without any harsh chemicals or abrasives, it's safe for use on stainless steel, gold, platinum and bronze (even carbon fiber and ceramic), as well as other parts made of sapphire crystal and rubber. You'll be surprised at how great your watch looks afterwards.

$60 by Max Wilsdorf



There's a lot swagger in one little bracelet. It's something you can wear—even around the house—to elevate your everyday look and give you a shot of confidence. This long link chain from Mejuri is an affordable option that looks like it might be a vintage score. Crafted from 925 Sterling Silver, it's oxidized for a less shiny and more rough-hewn finish.

Long link bracelet,
$60 by Mejuri

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