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5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an elevated take on an overshirt to a rugged update on a denim jacket

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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Someone's going to ask you where you got this hoodie. Because it looks that good in person. Lululemon decided to “reimagine the classic hoodie” and gave it a shot of modern streetwear edge. It's incredibly soft, of course, and because it's a true performance piece, it's also extremely comfortable and easy to move in. Designed with practicality in mind, the oversized kangaroo pocket features a hidden media pocket and coin sleeves to keep your phone, keys and change tucked away securely. Plus, it comes in nearly a dozen shades, so you're bound to find one that works for you.

Steady State hoodie,
$128 by Lululemon


If there's one thing that Flint and Tinder really excels at, it's jackets. The makers of the cult-favorite waxed outerwear have just released this spring-ready denim trucker. Cut and sewn in the United States from a clean, crisp off-white denim, the jacket features a soft, breathable blanket-stripe flannel lining sourced from Japan and a corduroy contrast collar. The denim has 2% stretch for added comfort and ease of movement, and we think you'll find that the more you wear this, the more it will shape to your body for a truly custom fit.

Flannel-lined trucker,
$288 by Flint and Tinder



This isn't your everyday flannel. It's not a flannel at all, in fact. It's cut from a heavyweight fabric made sustainably by a family-run French mill using 100% cotton in a loose, airy weave. And Wax London is the only label using it. The overshirt is ideal for layering and has a relaxed, boxy fit with a straight-cut hem and is finished with Corozo nut buttons and generous patch pockets. It's a piece you can wear now and well into warmer weather.

Whiting overshirt,
$215 by Wax London


Who's ready for outdoor adventures? Count us in. Yeti is always ready, of course, but for Spring '24, they've released two limited-edition colorways: Agave, a rich dark teal, and King Crab Orange, a deep attention-grabbing orange. We're big fans of the latter, which has an adventure-ready “safety orange” kind of feel. And our favorite piece is this ultra-durable tote, made from the same waterproof, easy-to-clean material as the brand's Panga Duffel, it keeps your gear safe and dry. The sturdy bottom ensures it never flops over and a slew of interior dividers and exterior loops ensure that all your stuff stays organized.

35 Carryall tote,
$150 by Yeti



These socks do a lot, but they don't shout. The understated style, from one of our favorite sock brands, is a new spin on a classic crew style. Available in four marled colorways, the tonal socks feature elastic arch support and a padded footbed that make city sneakers or hiking boots even more comfortable. They stay up on the leg without being too tight and they look as good slid into some suede Birkenstocks as they do with some loafers or canvas slip-ons.

Terry marl socks,
$16 by Arvin Goods

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