5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From throwback clothes to a bottle of relaxation.

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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Noah is nothing if not a brand with its finger on the pulse. Just how forward thinking is designer Brendon Babenzien? The new collection, which just launched at Nordstrom, was themed around a "weird, post-apocalyptic beach party scene," he says. The socially-conscious brand was thinking more about the environment when they produced the collection, but the brightly-colored throwback prints are just what we need in this swirling sea of COVID confusion.

Logo hoodie,
$112 by Noah


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This is a footwear win-win. Usually, when it comes to shoes, you can have them well-made or affordable—but rarely both. The new Milwaukee Boot Co., on the other hand, is launching a lineup of handsome, honestly-priced boots that cut out the middleman to give you more quality for less money. The hardwearing footwear is stitched by hand and each style is named for leading figures in Milwaukee's leather industry or other historic landmarks and streets. Our favorite? The classic Pfister boot, cut from rough-hewn leather and finished with a durable Goodyear-welted sole and brass lace hooks at the ankle.

Pfister boots,
$149 by Milwaukee Boot Co.



Gramicci has been making serious adventure apparel for nearly four decades. Many of the most popular features found in outdoor clothing were developed by Gramicci—from their patented gusset crotch to the built-in nylon belt. Both of which you'll find in these relaxed shorts. Wear them around the house, during a workout or on a socially-distanced outdoor adventure. Or better yet, wear them for all three.

Nylon shell shorts,
$88 by Gramicci


This isn't the only bottle that promises relaxation. But it's one of the proven formulas that won't leave you hungover in the morning. Haeckels combines Dead Sea salt with soothing rosemary and clary sage oils that makes for a relaxing and soothing nighttime soak in the tub. What's more, while your mind is relaxing away as you bathe, a blend of vitamin-rich seaweed, sea buckthorn and arnica oil hydrates and nourishes dry skin.

Stress-Fix soaking salts,
$35 by Haeckels



One of our favorite fitness sneakers just got even better. The entire Lane Eight trainer range is now completely sustainable. They swapped out the suede for a durable microfiber that offers up the same abrasion resistance, but at a lighter weight. The knit uppers took an upcycling approach: 11 recycled plastic bottles are fashioned into polyester yarn to create each pair of shoes. The new algae-based midsole is harvested from harmful algae blooms that destroy marine ecosystems. But the brand's signature sock-like fit remains. And they're still be some of the most comfortable and supportive workout sneakers you can own.

Trainer AD 1,
$95 by Lane Eight

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