5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some affordable Italian ties to 2018's answer to the cargo pant

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.


Behold, 2018's answer to the cargo pant. Baldwin's ruggedly handsome yet thoroughly modern Arabella pants are cut from smooth cotton fabric with a touch of stretch, which means they're incredibly comfortable from the moment you first slip them on. They're the perfect shade of olive drab green and feature a single side pocket and a slightly tapered cropped leg opening, making for a more modern look and silhouette.

Arabella pants,
$245 by Baldwin

Baldwin Arabella Pants


Now these are some damn stylish shoes for fall. The autumnal equivalent to the simple white sneaker for summer, this is the same style that SeaVees launched way back in 1964. Except these are crafted from soft and nubby ecru suede and finished with a contoured footbed for ultimate comfort and a grippy gum sole. It's a classic low-key sneaker that will look cool with anything in your fall wardrobe, from cords and sweatshirts to flannels and washed denim.

Legend sneakers,
$92 by SeaVees

SeaVees Legend Sneakers



The Tie Bar is any savvy man's go-to for quality neckwear at remarkably reasonable prices. Not one to disappoint their loyal following, the brand is branching out while staying true to their mission. They've just released a set of limited-edition wool ties made with Vitale Barberis Canonico, one of Italy's oldest and most respected fabric mills. Ties made from such storied fabrics usually cost well over $100, but this collection of seven ties and three bow ties rings in at just $35 a piece.

Barberis wool tie,
$35 by The Tie Bar

The Tie Bar Barberis Wool Tie


We'll be honest, the name kinda threw us. We thought maybe it was just a gimmick, but the whole team agrees—this antioxidant packed, ultra moisturizing face mask leaves you with clearer, smoother and hydrated skin. Dare we say glowing? Instead of one single sheet, this is a two-piece mask. Which not only allows for a better fit and easier application, but guys with beards can simply leave off the bottom part. The mask is infused with acne-fighting and redness-reducing vitamins as well as skin firming collagen. Plus, it clings onto the face securely, making the 15 minutes you wear it breeze by.

Hydrogel mask,
$28 (for a four-pack) by Jaxon Lane

Jaxon Lane Hydrogel Mask



Pile fleece is big this fall. A mainstay of outdoor outfitters for its versatility and warmth, the wooly and functional fabric is popping up everywhere this season. Stand out from the pack with this camo option from The North Face. It's one part heritage and one part streetwear, and promises to be as cool as it is cozy. We particularly like the thick, stand-up collar and old school kangaroo pocket.

Sherpa pullover,
$120 by The North Face

The North Face Sherpa Pullover

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