A man's personal male attendant, responsible
for his clothes, appearance and manners.
A rack or stand to hang clothing. A box to
store a man's wallet, watches and jewelry.
The MR. does not have a valet, he has a chair,
near the closet, which he uses, but not to sit on.
"Updated daily, Valet offers news on fashion,
grooming and culture--in a mix of both aspirational
and approachable price-points.
Crafted especially for the 21st century gentleman,
women can (and do) appreciate our charms too."
I have to admit, this was supposed to be a
Son's birthday / Father's Day / MR's
birthday / tribute
but I got a bit wound up in all the celebrating &
the time slipped by. But still, look at some of
the neat guy "stuff" that I found!
I've grown to appreciate guy stuff.
Maybe it's because my
daughter and I live with two guys and we think
This is something that CNP & his best friend
SDC would decide to do if they got bored in
the middle of the night!
"Valet's growing reference guide of helpful style tips,
last-minute tricks and ingenious instructions for a wide
range of the modern man's dilemmas."
Like... how to find a good barber,
& secrets to the
perfect wet shave.
The Etiquette Handbook will even tell him
how to pronounce designer
I don't want your MR. to get snubbed by some
snarky sales girl for messing up
or Veronique Branquinho.
Now, how about his clothes?
The Clothes Handbook will help him
decipher his clothes' care labels.
"The 'care instructions,' as they're referred to, don't do
much instructing, so please allow us to decode and then
offer real world translations."
Next to baseball and barbeque, there's no
greater American summer ritual than (anyone)
washing my car.
The Car Handbook at Valet has a tutorial on
how to Detail Your Car (in 15 minutes).
Evidently pre-treating is the key!
written about fascinating men & their stuff, like
this one about a Rolex that belonged to
Sir Edmund Hillary.
It was discovered on Mt. Everest!
Thanks for sticking around & reading my
belated tribute to my guys.
Oh and one more thing -
If your MR. could use a solid, masculine
piece of furniture with a dash of Kennedy-era
cool. One that will not only help him stay
organized, but keep his clothes fresh and the
dry cleaning bills down.
Here is a beauty I
found at 1st dibs!