5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From an affordable suede jacket to a perfect pair of boots and a modern work tote

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.

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If you made the perfect boot, this would be it. Crafted in a third-generation, family-run Portuguese factory with over half a century of experience and expertise, they're built to last. And the Blake-stitched sole means you can have them resoled for years to come. But perhaps more importantly, they offer all-day comfort from the first wearing thanks to the Texon insole with thermal insulation and anti-shock foam layer. The fact that they come with extra laces and packaged in a beautiful old school box? That's just a really welcome bonus.

Dean boot,
$220 by Rhodes

Rhodes Dean Boot

2

Call this the luxe, cooler cousin of your everyday flannel. Responsibly woven, cut, and sewn in India, these shirts are produced in partnership with the Original Madras Trading Company—a world-renowned shirt and textile maker with a rich 100 year history—they come in a range of reimagined and reengineered plaids that range from bright and bold to soft and subdued. We're partial to this rich navy.

Windowpane plaid shirt,
$148 by Corridor

Corridor Windowpane Plaid Shirt

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3

The modern man carries a lot of stuff these days. Mack Weldon has perfected the daily commuter tote, constructed from water-resistant waxed canvas and soft leather. Made to be smart and sturdy with eight padded, separate tech compartments, the tote has a soft, industrial twill shoulder strap. Not to mention, it boasts an anti-odor silver interior. Stash your gym clothes and head straight to the office without worry.

Commuter tote bag,
$128 by Mack Weldon

Mack Weldon Commuter Tote Bag

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Just because the weather's getting colder, doesn't mean you don't need shades. We like Sunski's sunglasses because they're a great value for the quality and comfort. The flexible frames fit like a glove and come with a lifetime warranty. This pair was built for climbers but is ideal for anyone in need of serious sun protection. The lightweight frames have removable magnetic perforated side panels to further reduce glare and UV damage from your peripheral vision.

Treeline sunglasses,
$90 by Sunski

Sunski Treeline Sunglasses

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Plain and simple, this is one of the best buys we've seen in a while. A stylish suede jacket for less than $200? With a modern fit, a sherpa fleece collar and a flannel blanket lining, it also boasts plenty of storage. There are four pockets on the exterior and one interior pocket. It's the kind of piece that will net you plenty of compliments and pay for itself in no time.

Suede trucker jacket,
$199.50 by Superdry

Superdry Suede Trucker Jacket

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