5 Stylish Items to Buy This Week - October 17 | Valet. - Valet Mag

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From an affordable fall sweater to a hyped bedding collection

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October 17, 2022

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Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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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Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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Say it with me ... it's finally sweater weather. This shaker-stitch crewneck from J.Crew is reminiscent of the sweaters that were ubiquitous in the '80s and '90s, which means they're suddenly very stylish again. Knit in a dense cotton that's simultaneously sturdy and breathable, it's got a relaxed, slinky vibe thanks to the traditional raglan-style sleeves. It comes in five colors, but we're suckers for the classic navy.

Heritage cotton
shaker-stitch sweater,
$98 / $23.40 at J.Crew

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If you're going to shell out for John Elliott, this is practically a bargain. Why? Because it's like getting two jackets for the price of one. One side is nylon twill fabric with a kangaroo pocket at the waist and YKK Japan hardware with pull tabs. The other side is a polar fleece with a custom '3D Digital Snow Camo' inspired by American folk art quilted from old WWII bags. And if you haven't signed up for the brand's newsletter, do it now and save 10% off your purchase (which, in this case, is about seventy bucks).

Reversible polar fleece,
$698 by John Elliott

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He brings you back to his place, and he's got streetwear sheets. That might be a red flag, unless they're these sheets—the first-ever collaboration from Kith and bedding brand Parachute. The collection spans six pieces (in both king and queen sizes), and marks the first time Parachute has worked with logo imagery (in this case, the tonal Kith monogram). Available in shades of white, tan and sunset-ish dusty mauve, the sets include a fitted sheet, a monogram-printed top sheet and a duvet cover, along with a pair of monogram-printed pillowcases and two shams.

Bedding set, from $529
by Parachute x KITH
(Available at 11 am ET on 10/17)

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People don't refresh their glassware enough. It's a small investment that makes a big difference in your daily life. This set of glasses from millennial kitchen brand Our Place is perfect for anytime—hence the name. With a 12-ounce capacity, they're suited to water at your desk, iced coffee in the afternoon or cocktails after hours. They've got a stackable midcentury-inspired shape and come in 10 different colors (but this smoky shade of beige is by far the sexiest).

Night + Day glasses,
$50 / $37 (for a set of four)
by Our Place

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Who said jackets have to be neutral? Everything about this jacket is designed to stand out—in the best possible way. It's cut from 100% pure Casentino wool, manufactured in Italy by a mill in Tuscany known for its softness and durability. There's a nubby, almost muppet-like texture to it—the classic textured “curls” actually provide natural water resistance. The robust fabric pairs perfectly with a bold shade of jewel green. As for the cut, it's tailored but relaxed for a flattering silhouette, finished with generous patch chest pockets.

Wool shirt jacket,
$399 by Suitsupply

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