5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From transitional layers to eye-catching accessories

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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There's so much you can do with this little guy. Officially, it's a spice cellar—made for storing go-to seasonings on the kitchen counter or for adding an extra dash of finishing salt at the dinner table. But the rough-hewn beauty is crafted from textural terracotta (cured over an open fire to create a unique finish in deep, dark shades). So set it on your entry table stocked with gum or use it to hold paperclips on your desk. The small circular opening on the lid also allows it to double as an incense holder.

Asher spice cellar,
$22 at Jayson Home


Climate change, be damned. We like layers. Especially this time of year. But they don't need to be heavy. Case in point: this new fatigue jacket from Buck Mason. Cut from a mid-weight linen, the relaxed jacket includes vintage-inspired bellows pockets and sturdy flat-felled double needle seams. They design team says they sourced “larger-than-average flax fibers configured in a loose weave,” which gives this shirt a subtle grain and lightweight feel.

Loomed linen fatigue shirt,
$175 by Buck Mason



New season, new shoes. That's our motto. Converse's Chuck 70 is built off of the original 1970s design, with premium materials, extraordinary craftsmanship and extra cushioning for easy, all-day comfort. And this two-tone pair, available via Todd Snyder, gives them a unique, slightly-quirky designer edge for an unbeatable price.

Hybrid texture Chuck 70 sneaker,
$85 by Converse


Say it with me: “Sweater weather.” We're ready for it, right? Taylor Stitch's new textured knit is built with 100% merino wool, which means it offers some impressive benefits over more conventional woolen gear. It regulates temperature for all-seasons comfort, it wicks moisture, it resists odors, and it's surprisingly sturdy given its ultra soft texture. The inky navy color and delicate design also make the sweater easy to dress up (with handsome wool trousers) or down (with your favorite pair of beat-up denim).

Ventana sweater,
$228 / $145.60 by Taylor Stitch



You shouldn't put away your sunglasses just because it'll soon be getting colder. In fact, you might want another pair. Like this one from Saturday NYC's new collaboration with New York eyewear brand Moscot. The two teamed up for the Fall collection on two exclusive colorways of Moscot's classic Grunya and Kelev sunglasses. The frames are designed and prototyped in Manhattan by Zack Moscot and feature Italian acetate and real glass lenses.

Kelev sunglasses,
$325 by Moscot x Saturdays NYC

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