5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some cozy outerwear to a very cool piece for your home

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 is the cold weather alternative to your favorite summer shirt. Cut and sewn in Pennsylvania from a medium weight melange herringbone fabric with a classic tartan plaid, the style is only available via the Gitman Vintage website. The relaxed fit hangs just right (whether you're wearing it closed or open as a shirt jacket over a tee) and is finished with a straight hemmed bottom designed to fall just at the waist.

Tartan camp shirt,
$230 by Gitman Vintage


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These are pants built for adventures near and far. The passage pants by Olivers fit like your favorite jeans but are more comfortable and more durable. Tailored as a classic five-pocket pant, they're cut from a flexible and soft 4-way stretch fabric and finished with hardwearing Cordura thread with a cosseted crotch for extra mobility. They're pants that move with you, from an overnight flight to a midday meeting to a weekend bike ride.

Passage pant,
$148 by Olivers



Uniqlo's JW Anderson collaboration keeps churning out hits. Case in point: this modern refresh of a classic British blouson. It's still a light, transitional piece of outerwear with such traditional details like the corduroy collar and cuffs. But they've added some military-style quilting and a streamlined silhouette that feels right in 2019. It's available in khaki and navy, but this deep, dark green color is pretty damn cool.

Quilted blouson,
$79.90 by Uniqlo


“It's not a toy ... it's art.” That's likely what you'll have to say to convince your significant other why you have to have this awesome wooden LEGO minifigure on your desk, bookshelf or nightstand. Inspired by the first toys handcrafted in wood by LEGO creator Ole Kirk Kristiansen, it's carved from oak and is five times the size of the original minifig. Plus, it comes with a 28-page book on the iconic toy's history, along with various LEGO pieces you can use to build accessories for the minifigure to hold.

Wooden minifigure, $119.99 (available now for LEGO VIPS and 11/8 to the general public) by LEGO



It's an upgrade so subtle, maybe no one will detect it. And that's okay. Because they'll notice something. These Air Force 1 '07 Premiums aren't white—not really—they're "sail with pale vanilla accents." What that really means is that the luxe pebbled leather is the faintest shade of off-white with creamy beige accents. So they're white shoes without screaming. Which just somehow feels really fresh right now.

Air Force 1 ’07 sneaker,
$130 by Nike

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