5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a sturdy gentleman's coat to a new way to cook in the microwave

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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Looking for a serious winter coat? Look no further. Wythe again has partnered with the same sixth generation mill in Ireland as last fall's outerwear. And this herringbone style is a standout of the collection. The beefy yarns make for a nice texture on the outside, finished with custom corozo concha buttons. On the inside, there's a cotton viscose that will soften beautifully with wear along with an interior chest pocket, and oversized scarf pocket on inside thigh.

Herringbone wool overcoat,
$1,598 by Wythe


These should be your go-to holiday pants. Why? They're good looking, comfortable and designed for ultimate versatility. Made in New York from Seneca's signature AYR fabric from Italy, the material has a soft, luxurious hand feel while offering performance details like four-way stretch and wrinkle-resistance. You can wear them over a dozen times before they require washing. The waist is elasticized for comfort but features a clean front and concealable drawstrings (to look less athleisurely). In the navy pinstripe colorway, you can wear this on the plane with a sweatshirt, to dinner later with a proper shirt and a jacket and even lounging around the house the next day—all while looking put together.

Vanta pants,
$248 by Seneca



This isn't the first AirTag keychain, but it's probably the best. A durable stainless steel alloy body securely holds the AirTag while the rest serves as a lightweight multi-tool with nearly a dozen different uses. Of course, there are hex wrenches and a bottle opener built in, but there's also a handy phone stand, along with a bike tool and carabiner. Basically any and everything you might need, in a compact and stylish keychain that ensures you never misplace your keys ever again.

AirTag multi-tool,
$34.99 by Atech


This is a gentleman's over shirt. Yes, it's rugged, but it has a certain European refinement. Which makes sense, considering it's from French label Cuisse de Grenouille. Designed in Paris but stitched by master shirtmakers in Portugal, it's tailored for a modern boxy fit without looking baggy or oversized. The heavy wide-wale corduroy has the perfect weight for the colder months and can be worn in a myriad of ways—from tossed over a T-shirt with sweats to layered over a lightweight sweater for a night out.

Corduroy Ottavio shirt,
$200 by Cuisse de Grenouille



Social media isn't all bad. It was through chef David Chang's instagram that I found out about Anyday. Apparently, he's a partner in this new brand of hybrid cookware and food storage. The bowls are frosted borosilicate glass, so they're extra durable and thermal-shock resistant, but the key is in the brand's unique lids which actually allow you to cook in the microwave—not just heat things up. The glass lid has a silicone gasket and a pop-up knob to let steam escape. When you're done, press the knob back down to create an airtight, stackable container for the leftovers.

Starter food
cookware/storage set,
$60 / $55 by Anyday

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