Buying a Vintage Watch Just Got a Whole Lot Simpler
The best place to score a handsome timepiece for less than you'd expect.
When it comes to men's accessories, fashion typically follows function. It's got to look good, sure, but more times than not, an item should have a purpose. If you're a regular Valet. reader, it's safe to assume that your style game is strong, your haircut is looking sharp and your shoes are on point. What about your keys? Because there are way too many handsome key fobs out there not to indulge yourself. And while there are all kinds of options and styles to choose from, it appears makers have been focusing on multi-function keychains lately. From sleek hidden bottle openers by Michael Kors or hearty brass hooks that clip onto belt loops or into pockets, to Orbitkey's folding Swiss Army-style key holder, there's something to suit any personal style.
Taylor Stitch, $32
Tanner Goods, $55
$21 / $18.98
The split-ring keyring was invented in the mid-19th century by British metallurgist Alexander Parkes.