5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From versatile jewelry to some cozy house shoes

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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This is a necklace that has a little of everything. There are small beads of turquoise, onyx, red agate, tiger eye and howlite—a spectrum of colors and textures, so it goes with anything you wear it with. The jewelry is part of an ongoing collaboration between John Elliott and M.A.R.S, a cult label out of Japan specializing in intricate pieces crafted from precious metals and stones.

Beaded stone necklace,
$348 by John Elliott x M.A.R.S


Let's call this your summer soap. Sid Mashburn introduced us to this soap—made by the folks who craft a popular sea salt soap as well. It's got a nice, slightly woody scent and contains pure sea aster extract. The maritime flower is very good at soothing redness and inflammation. Which means it's perfect for sensitive skin and summer sunburns.

Sea Aster soap,
$8 by Swedish Dream



We see your vintage Umbros and raise you these. Cut from blue plaid cotton-ripstop, they've got a slightly wide leg fit for a relaxed, sporty vibe. We think you'll get a lot of wear out these all spring and summer. Pair them with bold patterned shirts, plain tees or go for a big look with a matching camp collar shirt.

Wide-leg ripstop shorts,
$175 by Howlin'


This shirt doesn't come with a tiki drink. But we feel like it maybe should. Inspired by vintage resort wear and designed for the beach and backyard BBQs, the cut is more relaxed than your standard camp collar shirts. The fabric comes from the Japan textile gurus at Three Looms and designer Todd Snyder calls it “summer's answer to a shirt jacket.”

Japanese leisure shirt,
$178 by Todd Snyder



Slide into some comfort. One of the biggest complaints about house shoes is that they're not all that comfortable or supportive. SeaVees wants to remedy that with their SeaChange slides. Built from a recycled and super soft fleece, the extra cushioned foam footbed offers plush comfort for all-day wear. And since they sit on top of SeaVees' natural rubber outsole, they'll withstand plenty of wear.

SeaChange slides,
$65 by SeaVees

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