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.
A suede jacket is the ultimate style swerve. And spring is the prefect time to wear it while the air is still cool enough to necessitate a piece of outerwear like this. Made in Italy from incredibly soft calfskin suede, it's actually very reasonably priced for the quality.
Suede jacket, $995 by Todd Snyder
The simplest way to describe Everlane's new short sleeve shirt is a polo shirt without the collar. But that just doesn't do it justice. We appreciate the substantial, textured cotton pique material and the subtle graphic nature of the pocket trim.
Pique pocket T-shirt, $28 by Everlane
Want a textural piece of art for your place? Alexandra Gray Bennett and Jocelin Johnson of the Minneapolis, MN-based shop Louise Gray, use traditional techniques to create their modern, geometric quilts. And they look particularly cool hanging on a wall.
Little quilt no. 2, $225 by Louise Gray
A modern take on a classic shirt jacket, this zippered denim shirt from Our Legacy has a relaxed, slightly oversized fit and straight hem. Wear it solo, with the sleeves rolled up or pull it over a T-shirt as a lightweight alternative to your everyday jacket.
Drip shirt, $259 by Our Legacy
We appreciate York's understated style. Their designs are intentionally minimalistic with no obnoxious colorways and in your face branding. Instead, there are plenty of details that are the result of endless road testing—from a textured lining to reduce heel slippage to a perforated microfiber tongue for comfort and protection against “lace bite.”
Cloud mesh low-top,
$110 / $99.98 by York Athletics Mfg.