5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From easy slip-on shoes to the perfect winter soap

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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John Elliott makes some of our favorite sweats. And now he makes some of our favorite socks too. The marled slub cotton socks are extremely cushy and come in five different colorways. We're wearing them with sneakers, loafers and the Birkenstocks we've been working in since March.

Slub socks,
$38 by John Elliott


Do you need some new house shoes? How about a pair that you can easily wear with your WFH kit, or on causal errands and around the fire pit? These are it. Hand-stitched in Maine, the soft suede feels immediately broken-in and the “Ortholite Comfort Hybrid Recycled Footbed” cushions the foot for all-day comfort. Plus, they look damn handsome.

Suede slip-ons,
$245 by Easymoc



This may be the perfect winter soap. Alder New York's new bar is inspired by their popular face wash and developed for skin that gets dry and rough during these cold days. The fragrance-free soap uses a coconut-derived formula that quickly creates a soothing lather. Plus, it utilizes 1% glycolic acid and sea kelp to help smooth and soften rough patches while jojoba oil and shea butter makes sure skin retains moisture. And if you like this soap tray, they're now selling that too.

Cleansing body bar,
$12.99 by Alder New York


It's a new year, but we still want the same old comfort. And this flannel shirt jacket is like being wrapped up in a blanket—only it makes you look cool and on-trend. The heavyweight cotton flannel comes in several plaid patterns and is finished with a straight hem, two chest pockets and two side-seam pockets.

Flannel shirt jacket,
$79 / $47.40 by Abercrombie & Fitch



These are not vintage pants. But everyone will likely think you scored the ultimate grail find. Because Imogene + Willie's military pant has been patterned from an old pair that's been worn down to the threads and is constructed with a yarn-dyed Japanese cloth with the same slub texture that makes this new pair really look and feel like the original. They're a tad oversized, making for a slouchy fit and come with standard military trouser pockets and a button fly with WWII-reissue buttons.

Military trousers,
$195 by Imogene + Willie

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