5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From sleek sneakers and a handy sling bag to an upgrade on your standard deodorant

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.


This fall, you'll be seeing much more saturated colors (reds, purples and shades of brown). Get ahead of the curve with this new take from Todd Snyder on the brand's popular short sleeve sweatshirt. The chestnut color would look particularly cool with either blue jeans or khaki pants.

Short sleeve sweatshirt,
$88 by Todd Snyder

Todd Snyder Short Sleeve Sweatshirt


This monochromatic style from Common Projects embraces the chunkier sole and throwback styling of the "grandpa" or "ugly" sneaker trend, in a much more streamlined way. Made in Italy from high end leather and textiles and finished with sharp looking flat woven laces, you can easily wear these to work or after hours.

New Track sneaker,
$517 by Common Projects

Common Projects New Track Sneaker



This new sling pack from DSPTCH is a more tasteful and perhaps, more tactical, alternative to the standard cross-body fanny packs guys are wearing these days. Made in the US from all black ballistic nylon with DWR coating, they come in three different sizes (small, slim and medium) and have plenty of room for anything you'll be carrying.

Sling pouch,
$77 by DSPTCH

DSPTCH Sling Pouch


If you're the type of gentleman who appreciates the finer things, wants to embrace more natural grooming solutions or simply love great packaging, this is for you. Corpus is a brand new entry into the deodorant market. Boasting a completely natural vegan formula, with no synthetic ingredients, the water-based long-lasting deodorant works well, smells fresh and citrusy and looks great while doing it.

N° Green natural deodorant,
$22 by Corpus

Corpus No Green Natural Deodorant



Looking like a Brutalist sculpture from the 1950s or '60s, this blackened metal piece from CB2 notches out a striking silhouette on a desk, coffee table or bookcase. Affordably priced for its size and weight (it stands nearly a foot tall), it looks and feels like a sweet vintage score, rather than something you can easily order online.

Esher pillar sculpture,
$59.95 by CB2

CB2 Esher Pillar Sculpture

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