5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a cozy cardigan to a big wooden bowl

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 good chore jacket is anything but a chore to wear. In fact, it's probably one of the easiest to sport because it's lightweight yet insulating. As versatile as it is practical, the jacket is an old school workwear staple that has emerged as the modern man's choice of outerwear as we lean into Fall 2021. Alex Mill makes one of our favorites, cut from a fine wale corduroy (think: angel hair pasta vs. spaghetti) in four seasonal shades. But you'll never go wrong with navy.

Corduroy work jacket,
$165 by Alex Mill


Feet get cold in the winter? It's actually the body's natural reaction to a cooler environment—blood vessels in the extremities constrict. You need some quality house shoes. Especially if you're mostly still working from home. Just in time, GREATS has improved their best-selling slippers. This new closed-back design makes them cozier than ever, with a fold-down design that lets you convert from slip-on to 360 degrees of secure comfort in seconds flat.

Closed back slipper,
$119 by GREATS



Corridor has become our go-to cardigan brand. Plain and simple, they make sweaters that are good looking and incredibly interesting. Case in point: the brand's new Fall Cloud cardigan. Featuring an inventive cloud stitch, the cardigan combines boucle alpaca blocks stitched through with pima cotton. It's warm, it's slouchy, it's everything you want right now.

Cloud alpaca cardigan,
$345 by Corridor


You think you don't need a big wooden bowl. But you're likely wrong. Think about all the ways you could use this. Hand-carved from teak root, the low profile piece looks cool and modern whether you've got stuff in it or not. But it certainly would look sharp on a coffee table, corralling remotes and other accouterments. It could be used on top of a dresser as a catch all for your cards and AirPods or just on your countertop for all the fresh fruit you eat (or plan on eating).

Teak wood bowl,
$69.95 by CB2



Hiking socks for hiking season. The brand Season Three is known for updating the classic European hiking boot and now they're making socks too. We got to try them and can confirm that the medium-weight technical sock has cushioning from the heel to the toe for all-day comfort. And while the washable New Zealand-grown merino wool was made for boots, they look and feel just as good in a pair of loafers too.

Ultralight hiking crew sock,
$24.95 by Season Three

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