5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a handsome Coke dial watch to a shortcut to better hair

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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Here's a refreshing new release. This Timex pays homage to all the classic red and black watches dubbed “Coca-Cola” bezels. The entirely original design is influenced by watchmaking trends and color codes from the '70s and '80s, giving it a streamlined silhouette. The military-style "crosshair" dial makes for a distinctive face and the woven stainless steel bracelet is as comfortable as it is handsome.

Limited edition sport watch,
$189 by Timex x Huckberry


Now this is how you diversify a classic. J.Press took their beloved Shaggy Dog sweater—trademarked by Irving Press, son of the brand's founder—and turned them into the softest winter beanies you'll ever pull on. Just like the ultra soft sweaters, the hats are lightweight, warm and scratch-free. They come in a range of colors, but this washed out olive shade seems like a great neutral color that will get you through the winter.

Shaggy Dog cuffed cap,
$60 by J.Press



New workout gear is always a good motivator. The All Over Shorts by Olivers is one of our go-tos, and they just brought back this limited-edition camo. The subtle navy shades are less overt and read more like a texture. And they've got all the attributes we appreciate about the All Over Shorts, from a tailored fit with a 7.5 inseam to the sweat-wicking 4-way stretch fabric. And should you be less than motivated lately, we can confirm they're just as good for lounging around the house.

All Over Short,
$68 by Olivers


We're not exactly sure what this is. Much like co-washing—shorthand for simply washing your hair with conditioner instead of shampoo—this is a simpler, faster alternative than shampoo. And unlike shampoo, it doesn't lather up and get your hair squeaky clean. What it does is remove grime and soak up oil but it doesn't leave your hair feeling dry or looking poofy or frizzy. So yeah, it's unlike anything else we've tried before. But one thing's for sure ... we really like it.

Everyday Rinse,
$22 by Modern Mammals



This is a jacket built for anyone. It's a little bit preppy, has the rugged appeal of workwear and gives a shot of bad boy biker jacket vibes. Noah cut the jacket with a slightly cropped fit, similar to a trucker jacket, but with vintage references like tab-pulls at the waist and oversized chest patch pockets. Made from breathable cotton twill, it's an ideal fall layering piece that will work well over sweaters come winter.

Ranger jacket,
$298 by Noah

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