5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From transitional style essentials to handsome home accents

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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Consider this your transitional sweatshirt. It's heavier than a standard tee, but much lighter than any true sweatshirt. But the long-sleeve crew, cut from dense, durable, 6.2 oz knit cotton, features familiar raglan sleeves and ribbed cuffs and collars. It's ideal to wear during the late stages of summer and well into the fall. Plus, it comes in eight neutral shades.

Premium-weight long-sleeve crew,
$45 by Everlane


You don't have to play tennis to appreciate Racquet. Yes, the quarterly magazine celebrates the ideas, style and culture that surround the sport, but there's a lot to love even if you've never appreciated the warm scent wafting from a fresh can of fuzzy yellow balls. Come for the cover story on Nick Kyrgios, stay for their take on the new Roland Garros poster and style tips from Laura Bailey.

Racquet Issue No. 16,
$20 by Racquet



If you're going to spend time putting on a mask, it better be worth it. This one definitely is. It utilizes three natural clays—Kaolin, Bentonite and Glacial Oceanic—which not only soak up oil and dirt but also tighten up pore size and minimizes breakouts. It also uses Niacinamide, a form of Vitamin B3, to reduce redness and uneven skin tone. In short, you're about 15 minutes away from looking a whole lot better.

Oil Attacker face mask,
$18 by Oars + Alps


Until a shirt comes with built-in air conditioning, this is the next best thing. SoulCycle has launched its first-ever menswear label, Yellow. It features core workout essentials designed specifically for guys, treated with a special fuze technology that will keep your gear smelling fresh over time. But what we really appreciated—when we put this shirt to the test during an intense, sweaty ride—was the overall lightness and fit. Integrated mesh knitting throughout the shirt offers maximum breathability and it wicks sweat away faster than you realize you're sweating.

Breeze seamless tee,
$68 by Yellow by SoulCycle



This piece looks way more expensive than it really is. Inspired by the Japanese art of shou sugi ban, it's got a heavily sand-blasted surface for a textural, charred-like feel. And the shapely cutout base gives it a vintage, mid-century vibe as well. It makes for a solid console that looks sophisticated no matter where you put it, from behind a sofa to the entryway.

Tanner console table,
$349 by West Elm

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