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.
There's a subtle restraint to this camp-collared shirt from Saturdays NYC's pre-fall collection. The solid shirt has a relaxed, throwback fit and an embroidered floral pattern featuring poppies on the chest.
Canty Opium camp collar shirt, $165 by Saturdays NYC
Technically, these are skateboarding shoes. If you skate, then you'll definitely appreciate the exceptional boardfeel and breathable details. If not, then you'll simply like these for their flexible yet durable gum soles and retro styling that makes them look like some limited edition archival shoe. Don't tell anyone they cost about half of what a standard pair of Nikes will set you back.
Delta Force Vulc sneaker, $54.95 by Nike
A recent staff favorite, this speciality shave cream from Blind Barber works whether your skin is dry, oily or sensitive. It's formulated with juniper berries for their natural antiseptic and antibacterial properties, meaning it keeps skin healthy and any irritation is cleared up almost instantly. Plus, the naturally minty cooling sensation wakes up skin and feels great on a hot, muggy morning.
Watermint gin shave cream, $16 by Blind Barber
Here's a ball cap that is cool and casual but also comes with some serious style cred. Rowing Blazers is a handsomely tongue-in-cheek menswear label putting a modern twist on classic American prep. Their green corduroy dad hat features a hand-embroidered gold wire bullion Derry Bones badge and an adjustable corduroy strap in back.
Derry Bones dad hat, $63 by Rowing Blazers
Some items don't need a lot of explanation. Like these tie-dyed tube socks, embroidered with palm trees. You want your ankles swaddled in sweet summer vibes? These are for you.
Sport socks, $8 at Urban Outfitters