5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a cool, sustainable sweater to some easygoing work-appropriate pants

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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We think you'll really like this piece. Murray Pearlstein, founder of the iconic LOUIS Boston menswear store, first coined the term “pub jacket” or “pub sweater” to describe this hybrid between a cardigan and a chore coat. Todd Snyder is now making a killer version in several colors. The fabric is boiled merino wool from Italy's Tollegno Mill, maybe one of the most comfortable and stress-cancelling materials known to man. Design details include two hand pockets, one chest pocket and ribbed sleeve cuffs.

Boiled wool pub jacket,
$398 by Todd Snyder

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It's time to pack up your short sleeve camp collar shirts. But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy camp collar shirts with long sleeves. This one, from French label Officine Générale, is cut from cotton-twill that's been brushed for ultimate softness. It looks sharp layered over a T-shirt or buttoned up under a jacket, tucked into some high-waisted pants.

Camp-collar overshirt,
$280 by Officine Générale

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Want to look good and do a little good too? Sure you do. Wellen makes it as easy as hitting that “add to bag” button. Produced with a combination of recycled plastic bottles and upcycled oyster shells, “Seawool” is an incredible step forward for sustainable textiles. As a knit, it feels a lot like merino: it's soft to the touch yet incredibly hardwearing. Plus it has natural temperature regulating and antimicrobial properties. Consider it a conversation starter for when someone compliments you on the sweater—and they will.

Seawool fisherman sweater,
$148 by Wellen

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Looking for a great sweatsuit? Hiro Clark, who makes some of our favorite sweats, just launched bundles, an easy (and more affordable) way to score some matching sweatpants and hoodies. This set is all you need to travel, work out or just keep it chill at home. There are a range of colors, but we're leaning towards the Sequoia Green at the moment.

The Bundle hoodie/sweatpants combo,
$332 / $284 by Hiro Clark

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You've got to appreciate pants that are appropriate for the office and WFH. Everlane's new “double-knit elastic pant” might have a scientific name, but the look and feel is stylish and easygoing. Tailored with a nice tapered leg, there's a single pleat stitched into the smooth, wrinkle-resistant fabric, which is finished with a comfy elastic waistband. But just to make sure they're comfortable, consider sizing up—they still look sharp when worn a bit relaxed.

Double-knit pants,
$78 by Everlane

NOTE: 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.

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