What Valet. Readers Bought
the Most in April

10 covetable products that made our readers *add to cart* over the past 29 days

Most popular products on Valet. in April 2022 Most popular products on Valet. in April 2022

Each month, there are a lot of products featured on Valet. From high-end splurges and luxurious investment pieces to more affordable, everyday items. Which ones were the most popular with you, the reader? We looked over the data and crunched the numbers. Herewith, the ten pieces our readers clicked on and bought the most over the past 29 days. Do any of these ring a bell?

If the ever-popular Patagonia Baggies are, well, a little too baggy for you, try these from Standard Cloth. They're still relaxed, but just a touch more tailored. ”

If you're looking for shades to stay on trend or to simply stock up without shelling out, you should grab some of these. ”


These workout shorts have just about everything you're looking for. The fabric is lightweight and sweat-wicking with four-way stretch for ultimate movement. ”

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$60 by YPB

A tonal, textural full-grain leather upper that molds to your foot after each wear and a traditional rubber sole with grooves for added traction makes for an amazingly adaptive shoe. ”


My time to get ready in the morning is where I've made some compromises. But I try to focus on quality and natural ingredients. ”

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$89.99 / $69.99 by Burst

They're cut from roughcut leather for a suede look (with the comfy smooth side under your foot). Plus, the rubber crepe outsole requires zero break-in time. ”

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$130 by LUCA


This no-nonsense night cream is a rich, emollient formula packed with a trifecta of super skincare ingredients: Niacinamide, hyaluronic acid and ceramide. ”

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$14.97 by CeraVe

We're officially in a new season—the days are filled with more sunlight, family cookouts are being planned ... get some new socks. ”

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“20 Under $20”

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$6.90 by UNIQLO x JW Anderson


This clever version is filled with a shredded, nontoxic memory foam that holds its loft while allowing air to circulate. ”

Some people would rather use an umbrella because they don't want to come off looking too tech-ish with their rain jacket, but we're ready to embrace that look. ”

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