5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a vintage-inspired timepiece to a '90s throwback collaboration

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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You've got to appreciate a pair of boots that fit and feel like pair of sneakers. These good looking suede boots are handcrafted by Rancourt & Co. in Maine exclusively for Huckberry. The uppers are made from a supple roughout leather that seems tailor made for fall and requires minimal break-in. And the Vibram Christy outsole adds excellent traction along with all-day comfort.

Wolf boot,
$395 at Huckberry

2

There are countless Shetland wool sweaters, but there is only one Shaggy Dog. And there will only ever be one. The sweater was quickly trademarked by Irving Press, son of the brand's founder—after he came up with the idea to comb the wool of a Shetland sweater. The idea was to make them look and feel lived in. The result was an ultra soft and fluffy sweater that was lightweight, warm and scratch-free. And now you can get the classic sweater in a more modern fit with university stripes on one arm. The question is, what color suits you?

Shaggy Dog sweater,
$245 at J. Press

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3

You know you shouldn't be sleeping next to your phone. This is a handsome and helpful analog reminder to keep your screens out of the bedroom. Crafted by one of the world's original flip clock manufacturers, which has been making these beauties since 1956, the table timepiece features authentic design detailing true to its mid century roots. The battery operated quartz German movement keeps accurate time with each quiet flip.

German flip clock,
$148 by Twemco

4

What's big and bold and full of '90s nostalgia? It's Todd Snyder's just-launched collection of sweatshirts and tees punched up with the legendary Looney Tunes gang. All your favorites are here, from Bugs and Daffy to that lovable Marvin the Martian. You already know the sweats are cozy and built to last ... the graphics just give it a shot of old school American fun.

Marvin the Martian hoodie,
$198 at Todd Synder

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This handsome watch was inspired by "the golden age of aviation." The first timepiece from Taylor Stitch is a collaboration with Jack Mason and takes design cues from the chronographs of the 1930s. Combining vintage visual elements with modern finishings, this hardy watch seamlessly mixes old and new world style. It features a matte navy dial with gray and red accents, along with a 30 minute counter and running seconds sub-dials. It comes in a box set with a tan Italian leather strap and an additional blue canvas strap. What's more, if you grab it during the Workshop pre-sale, you'll save $100.

Aviator Multi'Scale Chronograph,
$595 / $495 at Taylor Stitch

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