5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From heritage chinos to some stylish home finds

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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If you've made it this far and haven't bought house shoes, well then, it's time. And lucky for you, since you've waited out all the people that initially bought the standard Birkenstock Bostons, you can score yourself a more modern, monochromatic version. The anatomically shaped footbed provides superior comfort and the faded khaki colorway looks sharp whether you're sporting sweats or actually dressing for the day.

Boston soft footbed slides,
$145 by Birkenstock

2

This handsome catchall could almost live anywhere. Use it in an entryway to drop off your keys. Keep it on your desk to corral your pens and AirPods. Or place it on your nightstand to keep your jewelry, glasses and lip balm in order. Cast in lightweight aluminum that's then plated in brass, every one is given a hand-applied finish for a unique vintage look and feel.

Modernist brass catchall,
$98 by Muirwood

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3

When it comes to “heritage chinos,” there's no other name in the game. Dockers is celebrating its 35th anniversary and to mark the occasion, they're drawing inspiration from their California roots. For the campaign, they've partnered with Selema Masekela and Ryan Harris, the stylish surfer and the creator of Earth Technologies, an innovative California-based company that manufactures eco-friendly surfboards. The stand-out of the collection is this pair of cropped, pleated chinos. The stretch fabric is soft and comfortable enough for everyday, but the stylish, tapered silhouette means you can wear them just about anywhere.

Heritage chinos,
$84 / $64.97 by Dockers

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A good looking razor will make you look good too. AJ Albano, a stylist at Tuft barbershop in New York, swears by this compact metal foil shaver. He says the single foil offers more control when you're shaping up and the powerful motor works for hours on a single charge. Plus, it's lightweight but still feels more solid than the plastic models from other brands.

Cordless single foil shaver,
$54.99 by BaBylissPRO

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Making serious cocktails at home calls for some proper glassware. These retro-inspired glasses are crafted from smooth, lead-free crystalline for ultimate clarity and durability. Designed in London, they have the look of a glass you'd get at a tony cocktail bar and the six-and-a-half ounce capacity holds the perfect amount to ensure your cocktail doesn't warm up before you're finished.

Borough martini glasses,
$69.95 (for a four-set) by Williams Sonoma

NOTE: Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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