5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some relaxed jeans to a cool graphic sweater

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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Have you noticed how jeans are loosening up? Because they are. And Buck Mason is now making one of our favorite pairs. It's a relaxed straight leg jean, cut from Japanese selvedge denim, with a slightly higher rise than you might be used to. But slip them on and discover how good they feel. This pair features a light rinse, no break in required, just a classic selvedge indigo jean that doesn't require lunges and squats.

Full saddle jean,
$175 by Buck Mason


Here's a statement sweater that doesn't shout. Oakland-based brand Akashi-Kama just came out with a new range of knitwear and this two-tone arrow patterned sweater is our definite favorite. Cut from a heavyweight, 7-gauge combed cotton jacquard, it wears like your favorite sweatshirt but looks a whole lot more sophisticated.

Arrow crewneck sweater,
$180 by Akashi-Kama



Get a load of this handsome and hilariously named watch. Dubbed the “Middle Child Detrola,” the brand calls it a tribute to being unseen but unforgettable. With a translucent TR90 resin case, transparent dial and semi-transparent clear silicone strap, it's the watch that reveals inner complexity without begging for attention. Put it on and find yourself drawn to watching it tick, tick, tick away.

Middle Child Detrola watch,
$395 by Shinola


Want the perfect pair of vintage chinos? What if you could order them in your exact size? It'd be helpful right? Well these Dockers come straight from the brand's archives. Faithfully recreated stitch-for-stitch, these organic cotton Original Khakis are an exact reproduction of the khakis that the brand launched with 35 years ago. And they just happen to have a nicely tailored looser fit and subtle pleats that people are scouring thrift stores high and low for at the moment.

Original Khakis,
$88 by Dockers



Let's do a little math. NOAH's newest beanie is 48.5% recycled cashmere, 48.5% merino wool—there's 3% nylon too, for durability and stretch. It all adds up to a handsome and hardwearing hat that feels great in any weather. Minus a flashy logo, the tonal stitched brand mark at the front is a subtle but substantial flex.

Recycled cashmere beanie,
$68 by NOAH

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