5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a new collaboration to a cool winter layering piece

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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It's not a jacket, but not quite a cardigan either. Eighteen East Co.'s Sahasika Indian shirt jacket has become something of a signature staple for the label. Made in India from a mix of handloom Indian cottons, the reversible piece features a bold, graphic woven pattern on one side and a smooth navy fabric on the other. Each side has plenty of pockets and plenty of swagger.

Reversible sahasika,
$265 by Eighteen East Co.


Todd Snyder never slouches on collaborations. His latest with Jack Purcell features rugby shirts, track suits, sweaters and outerwear remade in fabric more typically found on field clothing. “The collection was inspired by the way artists, rock stars and other rebels effortlessly mix sportswear with more sartorial styles,” the designer says. There's a lot to like here, but we appreciate the throwback swagger of this raglan-sleeve sweatshirt cut in a '70s velour with tipping at the collar and cuffs.

Velour crewneck,
$95 by Todd Snyder x Jack Purcell



Why not care for your home the way you care for your body? And by that, we mean using quality products that smell great and deliver results. HomeCourt is a new line founded by Courtney Cox (yeah, she doesn't just play a neat freak on TV). The handsome products are designed to make tending to your home more of a pleasure than a chore. This cleaning spray works on a range of surfaces—from wood and tile to stainless steel—and smells more like a luxe candle than Clorox. Think dried mate absolute leaves, Sri Lankan cinnamon and Indonesian patchouli oil.

Cece surface cleaner,
$20 by Homecourt


Grey days call for bold sneakers. Like these new Waffle One SEs from Nike. Cut from a can't-miss-me orange suede, the sharp heel clip adds a little movement and energy while a ripstop transparent mesh lets your sock game shine. They look as cool with your gym gear as they do with a pair of relaxed navy chinos on your off-hours. They're comfortable too—that updated waffle outsole provides a surprising level of support and traction.

Waffle One SE sneaker,
$100 by Nike



Gotta love a cap that looks cool and comes with a mantra. We've seen these relaxed strapbacks around but didn't know who made them until now. Free & Easy is a SoCal brand that makes relaxed, blissed out clothes built for taking it easy in the sun. Even if you can't get to the beach, this corduroy cap will get you there in spirit. Vintage wash for an unstructured fit from day one, it's as comfortable as it is cool.

Fat corduroy cap,
$40 by Free & Easy

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