5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From reconstructed staples to throwback Rat Pack swagger

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.


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.


What's better than one John Elliott garment? Two that have been sewn together. The designer's Reconstructed Collection features elements of silhouettes from the brand but flipped: Multiple layers, unfinished hems, and mixed textures are all utilized, while dyes are designed to wash out and age beautifully over time.

Reconstructed vintage crew,
$298 by John Elliott


Look good, do good. For AAPI Heritage Month, California-based brand AKASHI-KAMA created this understate graphic tee, which donates all proceeds to the AAPI Community Fund. The shirts have a relaxed, vintage feel with a textured, crisp, puff print graphics. According to founder Alec Nakashima, the shirt features “all the places we come from,” and includes the brand's tagline, “We made it in America,” which has two meanings: All the garments are designed, made and produced in the USA. But Nakashima says, “This is what our ancestors proudly scribbled on letters back to their families,” as well.

AAPI Heritage Month tee,



Ready for “Thigh Guy Summer”? If you haven't made the jump into five-inch inseams yet, this might be the perfect starter pair. The durable performance nylon with four-way stretch means they're ready for hikes and bikes, swims and gyms. Pair them with tees, polos and your favorite camp collar shirts. They're available in four different colors, but we're partial to the olive green.

The Rec short,
$79 by Bonobos


We're big fans of the knit polo. It's the closest thing there is to a “get out of jail card” when it comes to clothing. And this one, from Corridor, is knit from a cool cotton and linen blend for an immediate rich looking, throwback vibe. The drape is loose, like there's a Rat Pack swagger knitted into each and every one.

Knit slouchy polo,
$165 by Corridor



Training is important, but recovery might be even more vital. Muscle pain and stiffness can strike at any time—regardless of your age or fitness level. It could be annoying or, it could be debilitating. This looks a bit like a weapon, but the blade is actually a super advanced massage gun. A new addition to the Therabody family, it uses that contoured edge to send micro-vibrations to relieve inflammation and microcurrent stimulation to speed up recovery. In other words, it feels as good as it looks.

Strig Pro,
$199 by Powerdot

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