5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a cool corduroy coat to a French layering essential

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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These pants make us want to take a hike. Which makes sense. Korean label CAYL is inspired founder Euijae Lee's passion for outdoor activities—its name is even an acronym for the phrase “Climb As You Love”. These well-tailored pants are extremely durable but plenty comfortable as well, with an elasticated waistband and numerous pockets for EDC items.

Belted twill trousers,
$110 by CAYL

2

We don't leave home without hand sanitizer these days. How about you? Well these are extremely easy to carry because the bottle is design to slide right into your pocket like a card. The three misters feature three different fragrances: Bergamot, Lavendula and Eucalyptus. But what's inside is the same: sanitizing ethyl alcohol distilled from organic sugarcane along with such natural oils as jojoba, argan and coconut to moisturize and prevent hands from drying out.

Hand sanitizer set,
$25 by Noshinku

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Is it modern or a throwback? To be quite honest, we're not sure. All we know is that we like Abercrombie's cord puffer jacket. The heavyweight wind- and water-resistant fabric is cut into a relaxed-fit silhouette with two-way stretch properties for ultimate comfort. It comes in four different colorways and, in person, it looks way more expensive than it really is.

Relaxed corduroy heavyweight puffer,
$160 / $112 by Abercrombie & Fitch

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Don't call it a cardigan. The French label Tricot specifically calls this knit button-up sweater a “worker jacket” and who are we to yuck their yum? All we know is that this piece is cool, classic and looks good layered over a basic tee or a proper button-down shirt. It combines warmth with a great resistance to winter wind and chill. With its tight knit and body-conscious fit, it is said to be “almost weatherproof”. It comes in three shades, but we're partial to this rich blue.

Indigo wool worker jacket,
$239 by Tricot

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It's a cap for winter but not a winter cap. Get it? The humor is appropriate here. It's a winking nod to the age-old tradition of strapping a fresh-cut tree on top of your car. This one depicts a tree-topped, wood-paneled Jeep Wagoneer. The hats themselves are made from ultra-soft, cashmere-like lightweight cotton flannel, with an unstructured low-profile silhouette and a real leather adjustable backstrap with antiqued metal slider.

Classic SUV Christmas tree cap,
$38 at Uncrate Supply

NOTE: 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.

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