5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a cozy pullover to a new eyewear brand

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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Lose the collar. Norse Projects offers an optimal layering piece with this casual jacket that's ideal for transitioning weather, or simply wearing a cardigan style with your favorite tee and cargo pants. It's crafted with a durable tech shell and features lightweight, breathable insulation. And the lack of collar makes it easy to layer under your main winter coat for extra warmth.

Otto Light WR jacket,
$350 by Norse Projects


Let's call this a fresh take on an old favorite. Taylor Stitch's Horizon pullover is unlike other ¾ zip sweatshirts. This one is cut from a unique double knit fabric featuring a jersey face and waffle back side made with a unique 10-oz, double-knit, organic cotton fabric. And that breathable waffle interior gives the pullover a cool textured look and feel. It's at once athletic and dapper—meaning you'll get tons of wear outta this thing.

Horizon pullover,
$148 / $118 by Taylor Stitch



Good shades are worth investing in. They sit right on your face and a good pair will not only protect you, but give you a shot of confidence every time you wear them. Rose & Co.'s debut collection consists of six unisex frames, with a focus on nailing all the little details. The A2, in “field green” with olive colored lenses, is a silhouette that feels both timeless and yet incredibly modern. Built from the finest acetates and metals from Japan with components from Germany and Italy, each frame has a unique numerical “ghost” stamp verifying where your frame was completed in the production run. It's a small detail that only you'll notice, but a reminder that it's the little things that count.

A2 frames,
$335 by Rose & Co.


Think about the footwear you wear most these days. Birkenstocks, loafers and modern sneakers with transparent nylon uppers. What do they all have in common? They all benefit from trippy, tie-dye socks. Wellen's new socks are made from a soft organic cotton and polyester blend that is super soft and stretchy. Plus, there's an elastic arch support area engineered for all-day wear.

Organic tie-dye socks,
$14 by Wellen



Sick of winter? Let these floral shorts from Nike help you mentally escape. Even if you can only wear them while working from home (at the moment), you'll appreciate the comfort of these mesh shorts. The fit is relaxed but not sloppily oversized. The print (available in four colorways) is muted and modern. And there's a handy zip pocket built in, just in case you actually want to wear these on the court.

Floral basketball shorts,
$70 by Nike

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