5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From retro home accessory to a futuristic grooming tool

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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Looking your best takes work. But this new device was designed to work like a power tool—do all the hard work with a lot less effort. This multi-tasking 8-in-1 machine can be used to massage away tension, power wash your pores, firm and tighten skin with microcurrent technology and improve skin tone and clarity with LED light therapy. That means you can relieve a sore jaw, reduce inflammation and breakouts and soften fine lines with scientifically-backed technology, all with one tool. Basically, it's a day at the best spa, shrunk down into a handheld device.

TheraFace PRO,
$399 by Therabody


This is a fresh take on a warm weather suit. The jacket from Sunspel was made in collaboration with London tailoring house Casely-Hayford. The fabric is a textured cotton jersey—soft and lightweight—developed with an Italian mill. It's not only lightweight and breezy, but it's got a more modern boxy fit, meaning it'll make you the coolest guy at any summer wedding—literally. And, of course, you could just wear it as a blazer or buy the matching pants so you can make it a proper suit.

Knit cotton blazer,
$725 by Sunspel



Take your camp collar to the next level. If you're looking for something beyond the standard floral shirt, try this one from Corridor's spring collection. Cut from a textural slub delave cotton, it's got extra pockets like a classic guayabera. Made in India, if you look closely at the fabric, you'll notice subtle intersecting lines of different colors in the slub fabric.

Slub delave shirt,
$185 by Corridor


You can tell them it's vintage. Because this smoked glass hurricane looks like a sexy piece from the 1970s. Maybe it's the amber color, or the squat squared-off silhouette, but we definitely like it. And you can use it as a vase, a hurricane lantern with a candle flickering inside or just a decorative object on a shelf. It comes in two sizes and at this price, you could probably pick up both for less than what an actual vintage piece would cost you.

Smoked glass hurricane,
from $16.95 at CB2



Simple shorts, easy price. What's not to like? If the ever-popular Patagonia Baggies are, well, a little too baggy for you, try these from Standard Cloth. They're still relaxed, but just a touch more tailored. Plus, they're about 50% less expensive. Finished with deep, front slip pockets and a single back patch pocket, they also come in eight different colorways.

Nylon shorts,
$35 by Standard Cloth

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