5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an indigo shirt jacket to a modern cooler with a secret function

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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Is this the toughest dopp kit ever? Perhaps. Huckberry collaborated with the Brown Buffalo for a toiletries bag built to withstand the rigors of regular travel, especially if you're the type that goes off the beaten path. Waterproof to lock toiletry spills in and tear-resistant to stand up to heavy-duty tools, it's finished with a nylon cord zipper pull and D-ring for added security. This would also make for a killer tech bag to throw into your carry-on as well.

Dopp kit,
$55 by Buffalo Brown


Shirt jacket season is upon us. And imogene + willie makes one of our favorites. The brand's vintage-inspired military shirt jacket is back for spring in an unbelievable 100% cotton, yarn-dyed indigo Japanese left-hand twill. You don't need to fully understand that, just know it means a great depth of color and texture to the fabric. Finished with oversized field pockets and a hidden-button placket, it's the kind of piece that looks better the more you wear it.

Military shirt jacket,
$295 by imogene + willie



There's sometimes a disconnect when it comes to hair care products. Shouldn't the products we use in the shower be just as good for our scalp as it is for our hair? Corpus, one of our favorite clean grooming brands, just introduced some shampoo and conditioner and we really like them. The invigorating plant-based shampoo has been designed to deeply cleanse and nourish both your hair and scalp. The formula contains rice and jojoba proteins, vegan squalane and vitamin B-5 to strengthen hair from within while hydrating the scalp's skin. The high-performance formula is gentle, yet highly effective and works for all hair types including color-treated strands.

Cypress shampoo,
$32 by Corpus


Your kitchen could always use a good bottle of olive oil. But you already knew that. What you might not know, however, is that Brightland—the buzzy California brand known for its tasty and consciously crafted olive oil—just introduced a new one. And it's their first produced outside of the Golden State. The Castelvetrano is a single-estate extra virgin olive oil made by a small family producer in the mountains of Sicily. The name comes from the hand-harvested olives used—rich, buttery, and bright green Castelvetrano olives that give the final oil a bright and grassy flavor profile that is perfect for drizzling on everything from bread and pasta to ice cream.

Castelvetrano olive oil,
$40 by Brightland



It's 2024 and we need this kind of cooler innovation. Ninja's latest model is a rugged chest, sturdy enough to sit on and take all kinds of abuse and look good while doing it. There are durable integrated handles for easy handling and a lockable latch to ensure no spilling. But the really cool feature is almost a secret. It's not in the main ice chest compartment. No, it's the dry drawer built into the bottom of the cooler that allows you to keep food dry and cool at food-safe temperatures (under 40° F) for days.

FrostVault cooler,
$199.99 by Ninja

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