5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some cozy fall gear to clever home additions

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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You might not need a beanie just yet, but get this one before it's gone. It's been a year since Todd Snyder and L.L.Bean dropped their debut collaboration and now the two brands are back. This collection, called “Upta Camp,” reworks items Bean offered up in the '80s that have become vintage grails. One standout is this color-block watch cap, knit from a soft cashmere/wool blend that will easily pair with anything you wear this season.

Color-block cashmere watch cap,
$50 by L.L. Bean x Todd Snyder


What's stronger than a simple tee, but not as thick as a sweatshirt? This new addition to Buck Mason's popular T-shirt lineup. The Tough-Knit long-sleeve is milled from a mid weight cotton that glides across the skin, and softens with every wash. It's hefty, but not heavy and is finished with a classic pointed chest pocket. Pair it with some nice trousers and suddenly you look polished and put-together but decidedly cool and relaxed.

Tough-Knit long-sleeve T-shirt,
$50 by Buck Mason



Performance without pretension. That's the motto of new active eyewear brand, Finn. It was founded by cyclists looking to create a better frame for what they needed (without the crazy markup the big players get away with). The result is a lightweight, highly-adjustable and adaptable pair of sport shades that are extremely comfortable and durable. The “live wire” temple construction allows you to bend the frame snuggly to your head for a custom fit that won't ever slip off. How do we know? We put about 90 miles on them, through a range of conditions, and have never experienced a better pair.

HighTail glasses,
$99 by Finn


Flint and Tinder really outdid themselves this fall. They're known for quality outerwear, but this might be the perfect shirt jacket (and we consider ourselves aficionados). The design team said they searched high and low for the right fabric—a textured wool blend that's warm, thick and soft to the touch. It looks refined enough to wear to work, but it's comfortable (and durable) enough for weekend adventures. The double chest pockets and vintage-inspired melamine cat-eye buttons give it a timeless quality, but the fit is very much right now.

Wool overshirt,
$168 by Flint and Tinder



Like a full charge but don't like clutter? This was made for you. IKEA's new, um—forget about the name—wireless charging pad is designed specifically to be mounted under a surface allowing you to seamlessly set down a device to charge. There are some caveats, of course: It works through all materials except metal and the surface can't be more than ⅞” thick. But that should make it possible to mount on a desk, side table or nightstand. Or you could attach it to the underside of a desk drawer so you simply have to drop your AirPods or phone when you get home.

$39.99 by IKEA

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