5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From summer shirts to some affordable earbuds

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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Seersucker is the ultimate summer fabric. Lightweight and breathable, this short sleeve button-down by Gitman Vintage is cut from a tonal striped seersucker that will only get better the more you wear and wash it.

Seersucker oxford,
$215 by Gitman Vintage


These are the only respectable AirPod alternative. Swedish audio company Urbanears just unveiled these new earbuds, available in four different colors. While they're definitely not as sophisticated as Apple's AirPods (there's no optical sensor or instant pairing), they offer great sound and superior water resistance for training. Not a bad trade-off at half the cost.

Alby earbuds,
$69 by Urbanears



Your home's environment has never been more important. The more time we spend inside, the better our interiors should be, right? And that includes setting a vibe with some incense. This stoneware holder is handmade in California and keeps a stick of incense vertical, for a more modern look and also works as a platform for incense cones.

Incense burner,
$40 by Norden


These shades tick every box. A collaboration between Noah and Vuarnet, the frames were uncovered from the French eyewear brand's archives and reintroduced for this capsule collection. They're sophisticated yet sporty and crafted in France from durable tortoise shell acetate, with Italian mineral lenses for increased visibility and 100-percent UV protection.

District sunglasses,
$265 at Noah



What's better than a candle burning in your place? Six candles, that's what. Our favorite candle brand is celebrating Pride month by offering this colorful collection of their most popular scents and donating 15% of proceeds to The Trevor Project. Each of the candles is made from a coconut and beeswax blend with braided cotton wick, meaning a long clean burn without unnecessary smoke or soot.

Pride votive set,
$102 by Boy Smells

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