5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From fall staples to modular furniture

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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We were waiting for this one. Todd Snyder's eagerly anticipated collaboration with L.L.Bean finally dropped and it's really, really good. There's plenty to choose from, but the first piece we put into our cart is this sherpa jacket. It was pulled from the L.L.Bean archives, then reinvented with a modern sensibility and fit. And if the wild pattern is a bit loud for you, there are three other colorways to choose from.

Hi-Pile sherpa jacket,
$159 by Todd Snyder x L.L.Bean


This fall, grab some durable pants. You'll be seeing more painter's pants and other workwear styles this season. And this is one of the cooler versions. These copper corduroys by Dickies features a straight leg in a relaxed fit with reinforced knee patches. They'll look as good with your hoodie as they will with a proper wool jacket.

Corduroy double knee pant,
$99 by Dickies



We first saw this on Twitter. Several menswear fans were posting the shirt along with a handful of other staples under the line: “Is J.Crew ... good again?” Of course, it was never bad, but the retailer seems to have recaptured some of its early aughts energy—delivering handsome essentials at a decent price. This sturdy shirt is heavier than your standard chamois, making it an ideal layering piece for the coming months.

Heavyweight chamois shirt,
$98 by J.Crew


Why didn't anyone think of this sooner? This cool looking lighter is ergonomically designed for the way people actually use lighters. Specifically engineered to be flipped upside down, the combination of a circular grip and angled flame port direct the fire at the wick of your candle or the tinder in your campfire without singed fingers.

Inverted lighter,
$48 by Dissim



This sofa has a little of everything. Similar to Burrow's award-winning Nomad sofa system, Burrow's new Range Collection offers modular seating with a sleek, Scandinavian-influenced design and cushy comfort. The adaptable sofas, sectionals and love seats allow you to easily attach tables and ottomans, so you can customize it to your living room.

3-piece sofa,
from $1,495 by Burrow

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