5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a wild cardigan to a modern alarm clock

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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If you're going to pay for high-end skincare, you want it to work, right? This isn't just about pretty packaging and nice smells. Ranavat has been building a solid reputation over the past few years with their cult-favorite skincare rooted in the philosophy of Ayurveda. Their new overnight product is a bi-weekly treatment that's clinically proven to deliver results. The thick purple-hued balm is packed with powerhouse ingredients that have been found to strengthen the skin barrier, reduce redness and fine lines while combating the effects of stress on the skin. In other words, you put this on before bed and wake up looking rested, hydrated and a lot less irritated. If you've never used a skincare product that delivered instant overnight results, this can be your first.

Restoring Moonseed
overnight treatment,
$125 by Ranavat


Cardigans have never been cooler than they are right now. And this wild fuzzy number from Scott Fraser Collection personifies why. Made using a warm yet breathable British wool blend, it adds texture and richness to any fit. Made to order in London, the marbled leopard print sweater features two functional hip pockets and smoked mother of pearl snap buttons for easy closure. Layer it under a coat now and wear it as your lightweight jacket all spring.

Marbled leopard cardigan,
$283.50 by Scott Fraser Collection



This smart alarm clock just got even smarter. Hatch just unveiled the second generation of its flagship product, the Restore alarm clock and this thing is like having a personal (and really good looking) sleep coach. With dual programs for resting and rising, it has a number of other features that aim to help you get better quality sleep while removing all the stress from waking up. From dreamscapes and sleep stories to guided rest routines, it helps you unwind and fall asleep quickly. Then, come morning, a gentle sunrise light is joined by easy morning sounds to help you wake up naturally. Plus, it looks great on a night stand.

Restore 2 smart alarm clock,
$199.99 by Hatch


This cozy corduroy shirt can be a lot of things. It's an easy layer to throw over a T-shirt, but it also looks sharp when buttoned-up and tucked into some proper trousers. As part of their new Party Wave collection produced in collaboration with surf superhub magicseaweed, Taylor Stitch is rolling out a brand new iteration of one of the brand's most legendary designs. It's got all the style and durability that earned the Utility Shirt its beloved reputation, but it's cut from a super soft surf-y cord fabric that'll develop incredible character with each season of wear.

Crepe cord utility shirt,
$135 by Taylor Stitch



We're seeing a lot of blocky rectangular shades popping up lately. But we don't blame you for being a little hesitant to drop serious money on a pair. Our secret source for inexpensive sunglasses? Urban Outfitters. They offer a range of rectangular styles, like this pair—in a deep shade of brown with amber lenses. The dual rivets at the temple add some vintage details, meaning no one will know these only cost you twenty bucks.

James rectangular sunglasses,
$20 by Urban Outfitters

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