5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a vintage-inspired watch to some modern workout gear

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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An old school watch that pays homage to a time-honored place. The latest timepiece from Todd Snyder's successful collaboration with Timex is inspired by his famed New York storefront, the Liquor Store. The watch boasts a Japanese automatic movement, gold-tone accents and a glass exhibition case back. The watch is inspired by the customers who frequented the location when it was actually the TriBeCa Liquor Store, a watering hole for boozy mid-century executives.

'Liquor Store After Dark' watch,
$259 by Timex x Todd Snyder


This is not a blazer, not quite a chore coat. Suitsupply's newest model is an easygoing shirt-jacket style, cut from a soft, lightweight linen-silk-cotton blend by Italy's famed Vitale Barberis Canonico mill. Breezy and breathable, it's tailored yet unconstructed and relaxed. And there's something about the color—a deep (but not too dark) navy—that just really makes it work for us. There's really not a place you couldn't wear this jacket.

Linen/silk shirt jacket,
$399 by Suitsupply



A brand isn't just a logo, it's really a story. That's one of the core lessons in Greg Hoffman's new book, Emotion By Design. Hoffman, Nike's former Chief Marketing Officer, put together a book that's one part memoir and one part guidebook for anyone looking to be more creative and push boundaries. Come along as he helps craft the company's iconic campaigns for Ronaldo and Serena, Olympic Games and World Cup finals—along the way you'll learn about patience and perseverance while getting some interesting behind the scenes action at one of the world's most admired companies.

'Emotion By Design',
$30 by Greg Hoffman


Give your mouthwash a modern upgrade. We're big fans of Quip's streamlined electric toothbrushes (as well as the simple no-worry subscriptions service). The brand's latest innovation is mouthwash and they've reengineered the experience from top to bottom. The minimalist dispenser bottle holds a mouthwash concentrate and works like this: Press the dispensing button, pour into the pre-marked dosage cup, add water, and swish for one minute. The 4x concentrate means you get less shipped to you and don't have to worry about bulky bottles. And the alcohol-free formula means it doesn't sting or dry out your mouth.

Mouthwash starter kit,
$20 / $15 by Quip



These workout shorts have just about everything you're looking for. First and foremost, they look cool—cut in the perfect seven-inch inseam and feature a cool, tonal tie-dye treatment. The fabric is lightweight and sweat-wicking with four-way stretch for ultimate movement. Side pockets with hidden zipper pocket allow for extra security and a soft interior mesh lining provides comfort and support during every workout.

7" lined training short,
$60 by YPB

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