5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From one-of-a-kind outerwear to an easy and affordable suit

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.

1

Everlane just introduced a suit for guys who don't wear suits. The handsome, no-nonsense suit rings in at just under $300 and is cut from lightweight, Italian-milled wool, with the slightest hint of stretchy elastane in the mix for comfort and wrinkle resistance. The silhouette is slim and the fit and lapels are trim and tailored, meaning that this suit is just right—not too fashion forward, not too bland or conservative. It feels good on (even though the lining feels a little cheap) and it's a reliable suit you can throw on and know you'll look and feel good.

Italian wool suit jacket, $198 and trousers, $98 by Everlane

2

Master & Dynamic makes the best looking headphones on the market. That's pretty much a fact. And to mark the brand's fifth anniversary, they've introduced a wireless upgrade to the headphone that helped put them on the map, the MH40. The handsome leather-wrapped over-ear model retains all it's aviator-inspired styling and thoughtful details, but now features Bluetooth 5.0 with a 100ft/30m connectivity range and 18 hours of playtime. It's also been reengineered to be even lighter and more comfortable while custom 40mm drivers deliver richer sounds and dual microphones make for clearer phone calls.

MH40 wireless headphones,
$299 by Master & Dynamic

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3

It's rare you get one-of-a-kind clothing these days. But with Patagonia building on its Worn Wear concept, they're offering a new collection of goods made from older, unrepairable garments. The new ReCrafted collection features upcycled garments made from three to six used pieces of clothing—saving them from simply being tossed into a landfill. And the end result? Interesting, patchwork pieces that are truly unique.

ReCrafted down vest,
$257 by Patagonia

4

The James Brand is constantly refining EDC essentials. Their latest iteration? A handsome pocket knife with a slide-lock mechanism—a first for the company. Designed for easy one handed operation, the knife is built for left-handers or right-handers with an ambidextrous slide-lock and a reversible deep-carry pocket clip. The handle features 3D machined scales in a choice of G10 high-pressure laminate or Micarta and houses the Japanese VG-10 stainless steel straight drop point blade with an integrated thumb-disc for easy opening.

The Carter knife,
$139 by James

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5

You've got to appreciate 40 year old shoes that feel fresh. Nike's 'Air Tailwind 79' debuted for the Honolulu Marathon four decades ago, and has since been reissued in a variety of colorways. The near-original design is simple and straightforward with an exposed foam tongue. This tonal style is our favorite—made from grey suede and nylon mesh, and detailed with a big bright white leather Swoosh on the sides.

Air Tailwind 79 sneakers,
$90 by Nike

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