The other day at a job interview I was called a “Dapper Dandy” by one of the interviewers. Now the fact that she actually said this to me after I walked in the room, was pretty questionable, and considerably unprofessional, but the fact is I was dressed up for a hot summer day. While the other candidates in the waiting area were all wearing black wool suits, I was wearing a seersucker jacket, light grey pants, white shoes, shirt and tie. Did I mention it was 100 degrees outside? It was, and the heat index was close to 110? Sorry, I am not going to wear a black wool suit on a 100 degree day for anyone unless they are dead and I’m attending their funeral. So, I guess I was a bit of a “Dapper Dandy”, and I’m cool with that.
All of this brings me to the object below. The “Jeeves” valet. Incase you don’t know what a clothes valet is, a valet is usually a floor standing wooden rack designed to hold your wrinkle prone clothing while you are not wearing them. For the most part they are the same uninspired piece of furniture your grandfather might have had in his bedroom or office.
So the Jeeves Valet a much better looking version of the afore-mentioned clothes valet. Jeeves is a functional, beautiful,high-end luxury piece of furniture your clothes would love to rest on. And since I am such a dandy, I’m trying to justify how I could willingly drop between $400.00 and $1000.00 on an item to hold my linen sport coat or suit. Frankly I can’t, but it doesn’t stop me for lusting after this sculptural piece of furniture with its clean lines, geometric shape, and beautiful finishes.
If you are in need of Jeeves, and have the means in which to acquire it, I think you should because it’s a pretty amazing upgrade to an old standard.