5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an affordable suede jacket to a fun storage solution for your home

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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Wythe makes really good shirts. It might be what the label does best. Just look at the brand's take on the classic chambray shirt. A warm-weather classic, this one has everything you'd find on the perfect vintage shirt. It's cut from soft and sun-faded chambray with an irregular slub. The indigo-dyed yarn provides an authentic blue hue that will develop a personalized patina over time while the triple needle over-locked stitching ensures maximum durability for years to come.

Sunfaded chambray shirt,
$188 by Wythe


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This isn't your average electric kettle. Most on the market all look the same. But this one was just introduced by Fellow, the brand that's developed a cult following for their well-designed products that are engineered for optimal performance. That same blend of classic design and modern functionality is what makes this kettle more than just a utility item. With its sleek silhouette and matte black finish, the Clyde Electric Kettle is designed to stand out on your countertop. The 1.5-liter capacity is perfect for your morning pour-over coffee, afternoon tea, or a quick meal like ramen. The stainless steel body, combined with a comfortable silicone handle, provides a seamless and safe pouring experience. Operation is effortless with a clearly marked fill line, an intuitive LED switch that heats water to boiling in no time and a power cord that wraps neatly under the base.

Clyde Electric Kettle,
$125 by Fellow



It's not always easy to get excited about functional and practical home goods. But when they're this cool, the excitement just comes naturally. Cliik is a new line of storage containers with lids that snap on with a satisfying click—meant to store everything from food to everyday home and office supplies. The modular system utilizes magnetic tops (that close with a satisfying namesake *click*), and can be stacked both horizontally and vertically. They're crystal clear, air-tight and stain-proof. They also come with a labeling system that integrates into the lids. Each kit of three containers offers 16 premade labels, along with several blanks.

Medium containers,
$59 (for three-pack) by Cliik


Just because it's going to get warmer doesn't mean you have to give up your layers. Corridor has just released some lightweight sweater vests, knit from smooth mercerized cotton. Hand-knit in Peru, it's got a chunkiness without feeling heavy, as you can just see through the knit itself—ensuring breathability on warm days. It's the kind of piece you can throw over a T-shirt or a button-down, wear with shorts or chinos and jeans, and suddenly look put-together.

Mercerized cotton vest,
$195 by Corridor



Is this the best suede jacket you can get for 500 bucks? Perhaps. It's cut from a really supple (and responsibly manufactured) suede and is available in three shades—a sandy beige, olive green and a rich caramel brown. The details give a slight retro swagger. There's a spread collar and generous pockets, all with secure snap closures. The silhouette is relaxed, yet tailored with a slightly cropped cut that looks great with both jeans or more formal trousers. In short, it's the kind of jacket that looks and feels like the kind that usually cost four times this much.

Suede trucker jacket,
$500 by Banana Republic

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