5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From statement sneakers to chore pants that do the work for you

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.


What color would you call this? Adidas calls it "hi-res coral," which we think is brilliant. Our resident sneakerhead calls it DGAF orange. That's good too. What we really like is the blending of modern and heritage details. There's the signature style of the 1998 Ozweego 3, including the iconic eye-stay, distinctive lines and a translucent nylon support tube. But then there's the very 2019 silhouette and, of course, this badass color.

Ozweego sneaker,
$110 by Adidas


Dickies are cool, but breaking them in is definitely a chore. Skip that step and opt for a more modern, not to mention comfortable, alternative. Everlane's new chore pants are cut from an 8.6 oz cotton twill for structure and durability, with a roomy leg for a fit that feels at once classic and yet very 2019. Details include slash pockets, a utility pocket (for your phone, maybe?) and oversized back patch pockets.

The chore pant,
$78 by Everlane



Don't have a pair of tie-dye socks yet? This is the pair to get. Not only are they cool and comfortable, they're the most affordable pair we've ever come across. Available in both black and blue, we say get both because they look great on their own with shorts or peeking out from under a pair of office-appropriate trousers.

Dreamer socks,
$8 by The Tie Bar


There's nothing quite like a really good T-shirt. What makes a really good T-shirt, you ask? How about one made in Los Angeles from hard-to-find, Japanese basketweave fabric (for that textured, vintage-y feel)? Then take that and dye it with natural indigo for a perfectly imperfect, lived in look and feel. And because it's true indigo, it will eventually start wearing in for a custom look unique to you, as it will fade over time.

Indigo T-shirt,
$38 by Flint and Tinder



Are you even a "watch guy" if you don't have specialty tools? You know, like a bar spring tool to switch out your bands or how about this specialized knife? Hodinkee worked with Victorinox to craft this curved stainless steel blade, which makes quick work out of removing your timepiece's caseback in order to get a closer look at its movement. In addition, it's also got the standard set of essentials, from a two-inch blade to the tiny tweezers and toothpick, all tucked into a classic red pocket knife.

Watchmaker Swiss Army knife,
$29 by Victorinox for Hodinkee

NOTE: Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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