5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From all-American sneakers to an upgraded bar cart

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.


Another week, another pair of sneakers we need to own. This pair is a collaboration between two great American icons—Vans and the legendary cotton producer Mount Vernon Mills. The classic Era 59 sneaker has been reworked with handsome Mt Vernon canvas in two variations of white and navy stripes with heel accents in deep blue suede. Wear them with shorts, jeans or office-appropriate chinos.

Era 59 VLT sneakers,
$79 by Vans Vault x Mount Vernon


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You've got to appreciate exceptionally crafted watches offered at a reasonable price. That's the motto of Vincero, which makes handsome timepieces and accessories that are well built and durable. What separates them from most of their contemporaries is the fact that Vincero controls the entire manufacturing process—from sourcing materials and assembly to service and repairs. It's an old fashioned way of doing things. But the products are made for the modern guy—like this rose gold chronograph, finished with an Italian leather croc-embossed strap.

Rose gold chronograph,
$169 by Vincero



You know what's better than a standard bar cart? This ruggedly handsome trolley. Why? Because it's built to last from hardy steel construction and finished with a solid ash wood handle. The rear wheels lock in place and it comes with a 10 year warranty. What's more, the modern minimalist design means this can work as a bar, a stand for your turntable and records or even a mobile kitchen island.

Barbican trolley,
$350 by Dims


Want to upgrade your EDC? How about this all-American pocket comb that was originally developed and issued to soldiers during World War II. The compact design is crafted from laser-cut stainless steel that's been hand polished in Idaho. It folds into a black leather sheath from a St. Louis tannery that's been embossed with a classic US stamp.

Standard Issue comb,
$35 at Uncrate



A simple hat with a simple message. We found this cap at one of our favorite shops, General Quarters, and really dug the throwback hippy vibes of the font. If you ask us, a graphic cap is way cooler than a graphic tee. And this also comes in an olive corduroy if you want one with a bit more of an autumnal feel.

Unstructured cap,
$40 by Free & Easy

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