5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From modern updates on timeless classics to a gentleman's grooming essential

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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This shirt nails all the details. It's a camp collar style short sleeve shirt that's cut to be relaxed enough to be casually cool, yet tailored enough to show off the arms you've been prepping for summer. The subtle print incorporates a different motif, from stars and stripes to pin-dots, in each square. It works on its own or worn open over a T-shirt, or tucked into a suit for a cool outdoor wedding.

Camp collar shirt,
$175 by Paul Smith

Paul Smith Camp Collar Shirt

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Stylish, athletic and tough-as-hell. That's how we'd describe the All Over Shorts from Olivers. The brands's flagship product since they launched in 2013, the versatile performance shorts are now available in more than a dozen different colors. Including these new, limited-edition color-blocked styles created specially for spring 2019. Made from the same water-repellent four-way stretch fabric that's cut to the perfect 7.5-inch inseam, only 55 units of both colors are available (and they'll likely go quickly), so you'd better move fast yourself.

All Over Shorts,
$68 by Olivers

Olivers Color-Blocked All Over Shorts

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If you buy them, spring will come. That's our motto for this updated take on the iconic black-and-white checkered Vans slip-ons. The upper vamp features a warped checkerboard print, which reads a bit more modern and certainly more grown-up, so feel free to pair them with your more respectable navy chinos on weekdays.

Classic slip-on sneakers,
$80 by Vans

Vans Classic Checkerboard Slip-On Sneakers

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Every guy needs a striped T-shirt for spring and summer. British designer JW Anderson, in his latest collection for Uniqlo, gives the timeless tee his signature slightly askew touch. By contrasting the stripes of the pocket "just so," it makes a standard item into a statement piece. The 100% cotton shirt is made from 20-thread count open-end yarns for a ruggedly substantial feel.

Asymmetric striped T-shirt,
$19.90 by Uniqlo x JW Anderson

Uniqlo x JW Anderson Asymmetric Striped T-Shirt

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A comb is a comb, right? Wrong. You can tell that a comb is well made from the moment you pick it up. There is a weight and thickness that just feels good in your hand. This one, from Bixby, is carved from the same type of acetate used to make luxury frames for glasses, so it certainly feels good in your hand. Then you actually use it. The brand prides itself for pinpointing the "optimum drag" of a comb—meaning it provides gentle separation of the hair while being gentle on your scalp. Plus, it looks good on your bathroom counter.

Fine tooth comb,
$24 by Bixby

Bixby Fine Tooth Comb

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