5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a modern air filter to a cozy corduroy jacket

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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Dry January is nearly over. We'll drink to that. And if you're looking for a place to set your bottles, this trolley gives the classic bar cart a shot of streamlined Scandinavian design. It's crafted from black powder coated steel with a clever storage solution for magazines and books. Of course, you can also use it in your bathroom for towels or in your kitchen—its versatility is endless, really.

Use trolley,
$285 by House Doctor


Go big or go home. That's a good motto in life and in style. Just ask designer Evan Kinori. His slightly oversized take on a classic chore coat is cut from an inky navy blue corduroy (wide wale, naturally) that's woven in Italy. The jacket is constructed with french seams, engineer cuffs with angled waist pockets and finished with heavy-duty washer backed YKK buttons and curved collar tips.

Corduroy three pocket jacket,
$545 by Evan Kinori



Air filters are great for your home, but not always great for your interiors. And while some traditional filters can get the job done, they can't be recycled—resulting in over 6,000 tons of HEPA filters getting added to our landfills each year. This handsome alternative utilizes natural materials like lichen, coconut, carbon and silk to filter the air. The filters themselves are plastic free and degrade into harmless soil in a matter of months. What's more, it looks more like a modern terrarium than an appliance.

Air filter,
$415 by Briiv


Body spray ... really? Look, we were as skeptical as you. Frankly, it's a bold move to try and reclaim and reinvigorate body spray, but damnit OffCourt did it. Yes, it serves the same purpose as the stuff you sprayed on in your youth. But this one intentionally doubles as both an effective aluminum-free deodorant and a cologne. The scents are sophisticated yet subtle. Added prebiotics purport to promote the growth of good bacteria, while the antibacterial solution attacks the bad stuff, so you're getting protection on multiple fronts.

Performance body spray,
$11 by OffCourt



The difference between a good and great sweatshirt is in the details. You see it in the fit and finishes. And Abercrombie has been churning out great sweatshirts lately. This new style has a throwback '90s feel and comes in nine different colors. The oversized, drop-shoulder fit is cut to hit just at the waist for a look that's relaxed but not sloppy.

Essential crew sweatshirt,
$59 / $47.20 by Abercrombie & Fitch

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