5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From your new all-day shorts to a shirt inspired by ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’

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 your all-summer short. Buck Mason cut their new deck shorts from a soft cotton blend with a touch of stretch for comfort and mobility. The all-day shorts are tailored to the perfect well-above-the-knee six inch inseam and finished with a comfortable elastic and drawstring waistband for an easy fit. Go ahead and hop in the water because they dry quickly. And there's something about the little details like the split side seam that just make these feel so much more elevated than your average shorts.

Deck shorts,
$85 by Buck Mason


You don’t always have to pay a lot for good style. Designer Aaron Levine continues to elevate Abercrombie's aesthetic with pieces like this. The drapey viscose fabric has just the right amount of flow to it and the simple vertical stripes make the whole shirt look a lot more expensive than it really is.

Camp collar shirt,
$55 / $27.50 by Abercrombie & Fitch



Jewelry is more important in the summer. When you can't wear layers because it's too hot out, a few well-chosen pieces of jewelry can upgrade an otherwise simple look. This brass signet ring, from LHN Jewelry, is hand-engraved for an antique look with an inspiring “Carpe Diem” carved into the sides.

Brass signet ring,
$100 by LHN Jewelry


We’ve been waiting for this shirt forever. Or, at least, it seems that way. We love The Talented Mr. Ripley, especially during the summer when the film's style is so damn inspirational. London-based Scott Fraser Collection—a line of dapper clothes from designer and vintage curator Scott Fraser Simpson—reworks menswear classics from the past with an eye for modern style. This summer, they're offering an homage to the knit shirt worn by Dickie Greenleaf. Made from a fine-gauge 100% Merino wool, Simpson says “every detail, weave, button and the all important collars have been fastidiously analyzed to create 'knit-nerd' accurate pieces.”

Ripley Anzio knit shirt,
$387 by Scott Fraser Collection



These joggers seem tailor-made to our current lifestyle. One of the standouts from Rowing Blazers' collaboration with Fila, they've got a sharp throwback style with a graphic zig-zag stripe running down the leg. They're comfortable enough for all-day WFH types, but handsome enough for a walk to your neighborhood restaurant to pick up dinner.

Bello joggers,
$135 by Rowing Blazers x Fila

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