5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a retro watch to modern pet gear

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 one sexy summer watch. With a throwback style, Tissot's PRX is a handsome Swiss-made mechanical watch that looks far more expensive than it really is. The integrated bracelet and barrel design means it sits remarkably flat on the wrist for a comfortable, sporty fit. Currently, the Hodinkee Shop has exclusive early access and three colorways, but we think the blue would be ideal for summer.

PRX Powermatic 80,
$650 by Tissot


This is our new favorite beach read. Anyone who follows author and man about town Matt Hranek on Instagram knows he's a true Negroni aficionado. Now he can say he wrote the book on the subject. This handsome tome, a must for any man's bar cart, offers a curated collection of recipes, both the classic and dozens of variations, deviations and delicious reinterpretations.

The Negroni: A Love Affair with a Classic Cocktail,
$16.95 by Matt Hranek



Summer can be tough for denim. Many pairs are a bit too heavy or stiff for hot, humid weather. But not these. Cut, sewn and finished in Los Angeles, California, Flint and Tinder's lightweight jeans are already as soft as the perfect vintage pair. Plus, these come with a touch of stretch to ensure they're easy to move in. The relaxed slim fit gives you a tall, lean look that tapers to a narrow leg opening—perfect for showing off loafers, slip-ons and sandals.

All-American stretch denim,
$138 by Flint and Tinder


This is the modern man's (and the modern dog's) leash. With multiple ways to clip yourself onto a leash, Fable's new Magic Link can be worn by humans as a belt, a bandolier or a wrist-strap, allowing you to bring your dog on your runs with a lot more ease. It's made of waterproof brushed cord and is rated up to 350 pounds of force. Plus, it comes in six different colors.

Magic Link leash,
$65 by Fable



You don't need a lot of shorts. Especially if the shorts you have are comfortable and versatile. Case in point: these trail shorts from Katin. Inspired by their original 1970s patch-pocket design, this is the newest edition to their warm-weather lineup. Cut from a durable cotton canvas, blended with the perfect amount of stretch, they're cool, comfortable and made to last.

Trail shorts,
$68 by Katin

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