5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an Italian take on a classic flannel to Nike's new gym equipment

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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How do you winterize a spring jacket? You cut it from a cozy, warm fleece. Baracuta's G9 has been reworked, drawing inspiration from old Scottish tartans, to create this fresh take that is ideal for layering up in the cold. The adaptable two-way zipper and the ribbed hems give it a modern feel, while the funnel neckline helps lock out the cold from your core.

G9 tartan fleece jacket,
$550 by Baracuta


It was only a matter of time, right? Nike has worked with some of the world's most elite athletes to build their new strength program, featuring a range of essential gym equipment to “elevate your training.” There are dumbbells, bumper plates and stylish weight racks, along with some very cool kettlebells. The stylish matte finish ensures a smooth and secure grip—with or without chalk. Its rock-solid, wobble-free base keeps you in control during every workout, while vibrant color stripes make size identification a breeze. Plus, the heavier your order, the less it costs to ship.

from $40 by Nike



This isn't your average flannel shirt. It's part of Madewell's Milled in Italy collection, which means the super smooth and soft cotton fabric was woven at the famed family-owned Lanificio Comatex mill in Prato, Italy. This, combined with its boxy-cut silhouette and oversized chest pockets, allows it to function as a great overshirt or jacket replacement.

Brushed Italian cotton shirt,
$118 by Madewell


Ready for some grown-up cookware? Caraway has made a name for itself with stylish (and healthy) ceramic cookware. But now the DTC brand is expanding into the streamlined world of stainless steel. The pots and pans are, of course, consciously designed to be easy-to-use and lightweight, yet still free of harmful chemical coatings, so you can bring the heat without bringing any toxins into your kitchen. Crafted from durable five-ply steel, these are engineered to last a lifetime.

Stainless steel cookware,
from $145 by Caraway



I like a lamp that's affordable enough to double up. There's something about the symmetry of matching lamps—flanking a bed on your nightstands or on the ends of a media cabinet or console table. It looks so put-together and well, rich. This small lamp is made from powder-coated metal (available in three colors) and features a cylindrical silhouette with a tall, mesh-textured drum shade that lets out just enough light.

Caleb table lamp,
$59 by UO Home

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