5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an insulated chore coat to an affordable shoe cabinet

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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A chore jacket is essential this time of year. But you know that. One new option that just caught our eye is Buck Mason's felted wool version. Tailored like a hybrid between a chore coat and a blazer, it's made from a felted merino wool that has been twice boiled for improved insulation and durability. Finishing details include three patch pockets, real horn buttons and a classic notch collar that can easily be flipped for added protection from the elements.

Felted chore coat,
$248 by Buck Mason


Can you have too many shoes? No. But can you have too many to store responsibly? Yes. That's why you need clever shoe storage, like this mid-century-inspired cabinet. Available stained in black or a rich walnut, the doors are accented in natural woven rattan. Each of the three shoe cabinets folds out to house eight pairs of shoes (meaning this will comfortably hold 24 pairs), while the tall door conceals a cabinet with three shelves to store taller boots, umbrellas and other items you'd want near the door. Once everything is behind closed doors, your place looks a whole lot bigger and tidier.

Rattan shoe cabinet,
$359 by Giratree



There's something about these sneakers. They're clean without feeling too cold, and while the Gazelle is a familiar silhouette, it's different enough to let you stand apart from the Samba crowd. This new take is a cool tonal colorway—a mix of beige, off-white and cream—that works with navy trousers, black denim and chocolate brown cords. The real question is if you should keep them clean or scuff them up a bit. But that's a matter of personal taste.

Suede Gazelle sneaker,
$100 by adidas


If you like Gramicci's shorts, then why not try their pants? They're just as comfortable and similarly, built for movement. These roomy pants are cut from an organic cotton twill that has a soft touch, but enough tension and stiffness to be durable for the long haul. A subtle taper gradually slims from the knees to the cuffs, and deep patch pockets give it a retro workwear or military fatigue vibe. Available in both an olive green and this washed navy blue, they look as good out in the wilderness as they do grabbing drinks in the city.

Loose tapered pant,
$110 by Gramicci



Olive oil martinis are now a thing. It takes the “dirty martini” to a whole new level, apparently. Non-alcoholic drinks are having a moment, too. Put 'em together and you get Aura Bora's fresh take on the drink, made with sparkling water and Graza's Extra-Virgin Picual Olive Oil. The drink uses fresh yuzu citrus and natural vermouth flavors for an herbaceous and slightly sweet NA cocktail that's wildly refreshing.

Graza olive oil martini,
$48 (for a 12-pack)
by Aura Bora

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