5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a unique home diffuser to some rugged winter staples

5 stylish items to buy this week 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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The perfect overshirt doesn't exist ... Until now, that is. Made from incredibly soft and insulating merino wool that's detailed with an intricate patchwork pattern, this shirt jacket from Corridor seamlessly straddles the line between rugged and refined. It'll easily swap in for a blazer, but also looks good just thrown over a T-shirt with some sweats for an easy off-duty look. And today only, you can score it for 20% off.

Patchwork overshirt,
$425 / $340 by Corridor


A man's jewelry should make a statement, but it shouldn't shout. Those are exactly the kind of pieces that Marrow specializes in. While they're known for their custom rings, they also offer quality bands that are unique on their own. Like this Ames ring, available in a range of metals, from standard gold and rose gold to platinum. With a brushed finish and geometric shank, you can also add a secret sentiment by burnishing your partner's birthstone to the inside of the band.

10K white gold Everyday band,
$1,100 by Marrow



These pants fit just like how you want your chinos to fit these days. They're relaxed but not baggy, tailored but not tight, and the waist is just slightly higher without feeling too old fashioned. The fabric is a lightweight cotton twill with a textural herringbone pattern and they've been finished with a permacrease down the legs. Available in both khaki and a dark grey, they look a whole lot more expensive than they really are. In fact, at this price, you could pick up both colors for less than you'd expect to pay.

Fixed waist herringbone pant,
$90 / $63 by Abercrombie & Fitch


Here's a unique way to scent your surroundings. Indulge in the simple ceremony of dropping some scented essential oil on to this minimalist cork block and then soak in the peaceful aroma it emits. Handcrafted in Ishikawa, Japan, the oil blends aromas of cypress wood and oak moss with citrus and other herbal ingredients for a heady blend that encourages relaxation. Just a few drops from the pipette will activate the cork to gently diffuse the scent in the air for hours.

Cork diffuser,
$120 by Hakudo



Ready to transition into your “winter” sweatshirt? This fleece is incredibly substantial and will provide you with warmth in seriously chilly temperatures. Made in South Central, Los Angeles by expert sewers using premium construction materials and techniques, it's built the old fashioned way with a slightly boxy fit that's pre-washed for a no-shrink true fit. Garment-dyed and available in over a dozen shades, we're partial to this “off-white” colorway for its versatility.

14oz. Garment-dyed sweatshirt,
$72 by Los Angeles Apparel

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