5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some masculine face masks to a crisp take on classic sneakers

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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There's a subtle elegance to this sweatshirt. And elegance is hard to come by in a sweatshirt. The classic crew neck is cut from Reigning Champ's American-made "three-end terry," which is light enough for spring and summer. It's finished with smooth, flatlocked seams, but what really sets it apart is the tonal stripe running across the chest and sleeves—made from the same fabric, just reversed to show off the texture. Oh, and it comes in navy too.

Panel crewneck,
$125 by Reigning Champ

2

These are easygoing chinos with a little something extra. They're like an old school military pant put through a modern, sophisticated filter. Cargo pockets have to be tailored just right so that they don't feel heavy or look bulky. These are slimmed down just enough but still offer functionality. Plus, the military-inspired pocket flaps and cat eye buttons are the authentic details that really make a difference. Well that, and the comfort of 2% stretch for easy wearing.

Tailored utility pants,
$128 / $100.98 by Flint and Tinder

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Now here's a really fresh take on the white canvas sneaker. The Nike Tailwind was a revolution in cushioning when it debuted at the Honolulu Marathon in late 1978. Now, the iconic racing shoe has returned in a monochromatic off-white colorway that gives them a crisp, timeless feel.

Air Tailwind 79 SE sneakers,
$100 by Nike

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This makes us want to get out on the water. The standout in Rowing Blazers' latest collaboration with American heritage brand Lands' End is this split-color "Port/Starboard" windbreaker. And while the two-tone jacket has 2020 streetwear energy, the design is actually adapted from the Lands' End archives. Rowing Blazers updated it for today by cutting it in a breathable, water-resistant nylon with mesh lining—but it still packs up into a little pocket.

Windbreaker,
$99 by Rowing Blazers x Lands' End

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Haven't gotten a mask yet? This is one of the coolest we've seen so far. Furniture designer Stephen Kenn, known for pieces cut from vintage military canvas, used the same rugged fabric for non-surgical face masks. The machine-washable mask features a zippered pocket inside that allows you to insert an additional layer of protective material like dust or N95 activated carbon media. They also come in natural and black canvas, but the olive drab is really unique. Plus, you can buy one and have another donated to someone working in a restaurant, grocery store or other high-risk environment in Los Angeles.

Fabric face mask,
$25 by Stephen Kenn

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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