5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a midcentury clock and seasonal treat to a ’90s flannel

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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It's too cold not to have house shoes on your feet. And we might've found the ultimate pair. What do you get when you combine a cozy American-made Faribault wool blanket, an ultra soft leather lining, and a durable, grippy Vibram rubber outsole? According to the team at Huckberry, the “ultimate indoor-outdoor moccasin.” Constructed entirely with USA-sourced materials, the slip-ons feature an Ortholite Comfort recycled footbed for all-day comfort and will keep your feet toasty all the way through spring.

Wool moccasin,
$250 by Easymoc x Faribault


There's just something about chocolate and orange this time of year, right? This zesty dark chocolate bar takes the flavor to new heights. Meurisse is a Belgian heritage brand that has been creating extraordinary chocolates that are both delicious and sustainable since 1845. Six generations down the line, Meurisse is back using its age-old techniques to inform the flavors of its signature chocolate bars. This single-origin bar uses 73% cacao fair trade dark chocolate from Papua New Guinea and Mediterranean oranges. And right now, it's marked down—ideal to stock up for the season.

Dark chocolate
with orange bar,
$9 / $5.39 by Meurisse



The only downside to the oversized, boxy flannels we're seeing return to fashion? They can feel a little long and make you look shorter. The stylists at Abercrombie took one of their softest flannels and cropped with with a frayed “unfinished” hem cut straight across. Available in two shades, they seem to be going quick, so buy one up while you still can.

Cropped '90s flannel,
$80 / $60 by Abercrombie & Fitch


Consider it a practical piece of art. Do you need a clock on your wall? Not really. But does it come in handy while also looking pretty sharp? Oh, definitely. Newgate's midcentury box clock has a vintage-inspired design that looks like something you'd have seen in an old office building and the details are just as considered. This one features a “silent sweep” movement—the hands move in a constant sweeping motion across the face, so you won't hear any distracting clunky ticks.

Box wall clock,
$149 by Newgate



Looking for a winter coat that's ready for any adventure? Look no further. Snow Peak's Takibi coat is a fire and water-resistant cover, made from durable 100% aramid fabric and insulated with 700 FP down. Available in three military-influenced shades, it's designed to fit close to the body with the hem hitting mid-thigh. Some of the details we appreciate are the oversized button closure, dual large side pockets and drawstring waist.

Takibi down coat,
$824.95 by Snow Peak

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