5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some military-inspired fatigue pants to an analog alarm clock

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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Stop using your phone for an alarm clock. We know it's convenient, but we should all be disconnecting as much as we can. And this analog alarm clock does just that and does it very handsomely. The powder-coated aluminum body features knurled knobs, a wood face and bright, mid-century-inspired clock hands. Apparently, it utilizes “scientifically-based waking music” and in the future, you'll be able to download new music to suit your tastes. There's a QR code on the back to help you set it up and even a button to automatically set the clock to the right time—how does it do that?

Analog waking clock,
$299 by OneClock


These are pants with a secret identity. Sure, they look like vintage military standard-issue fatigue pants. But they're actually brand new—cut from a durable yet soft cotton with just a hint of stretch. Old school details remain (simple melamine buttons and adjustable drawstring waistband), but the fit is slightly relaxed for a modern silhouette. They're masculine, versatile and extremely comfortable—the kind of pants you find yourself wearing over and over.

Fatigue pants,
$98 by Flint and Tinder



Let's call this a hybrid shirt. It's somewhere between your favorite tee and that go-to sweatshirt you've had for years. The raglan sleeve crewneck, from Everlane's Uniform line, is cut from a dense and durable 6.2 oz cotton fabric. It's soft and smooth and can be tucked in if you like. And it seems tailor-made for spring's unpredictable weather. The shirt comes in five different colorways, but we're partial to classic heathered grey.

Premium-weight long-sleeve crew,
$60 by Everlane


Accessorize with some throwback swagger. This ring, from Miansai, is inspired by similar styles from the 1970s. There's an emphasis on the horizontal stone—a green jasper set in a thin sterling silver band that's been finished with polished platinum. Depending on the size you choose, it could be worn on your ring finger or pinky for a retro signet vibe.

Sterling silver Lennox Jasper ring,
$165 by Miansai



Blame the supply chain. Or this whole WFH revolution. But it's been difficult to find a pair of suede Boston mules by Birkenstock. Literally, they're sold out nearly everywhere. And good luck trying to find them on sale. But these are made from Birkenstock's hard-wearing vegan nubuck alternative, Birkibuc. The texture is suede-like, but is even more durable and best of all, they're on sale.

Vegan Birkibuc mule,
$120 / $84 by Birkenstock

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