5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From Brad Pitt’s ‘Bullet Train’ tee to some stylish workwear pants

5 stylish items to buy this week 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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All you need is this T-shirt to look more like Brad Pitt. Seriously. In Bullet Train, that perfect white tee Pitt wears is a WITTMORE x Velva Sheen rolled T-shirt. Cut from 100% cotton slub fabric, it's got a soft, vintage feel and no side seams, since it's made with an old school loopwheel machine. The film's costume designer Sarah Evelyn Bram said the actor was particular about getting the perfect tee—nailing the fit and fabric. And because of all the blood-splattered fighting and action in the film, they went through about 20 of them. Thankfully, you can still get one for yourself, but WITTMORE's own Paul Witt tells me that they run small, so size up if you want a relaxed vibe like Pitt's tee in the movie.

Rolled T-shirt,
$68 by Velva Sheen


This chain has a lot going for it. It's delicate yet sturdy. It's simple yet intricate. Handmade from recycled sterling silver, each piece is delicately created by the hands of local artisans in Italy. Small oval turquoise beads are separated by unique twisted silver sections. Apparently, wearing silver jewelry "will make you more in tune to the energy and flow of the universe." I don't know about that, but at the very least, it'll make you look pretty cool.

Turquoise twisted cable chain,
$210 / $158 by Degs & Sal



Now here are some serious work pants. As in, legitimately made to take a beating. Matty Matheson's new clothing line Rosa Rugosa (named after a Canadian rose that naturally grows in rocky terrain) was created “for work and sport.” He told a reporter recently that the idea was to “make the new UPS uniform.” The end result is like an elevated Dickies—complete with pressed legs, reinforced knees and seat, and double needle stitching. Something tells me that these will be even better after a dozen washings.

Gwynne pants,
$165 by Rosa Rugosa


Sometimes a mistake can be great. Case in point: this shirt from Checks. The New Zealand label says that they found a factory in India to make their new block printed shirt—they really liked the charming broken pattern of the traditional block print. But the fit of the shirt was something of a happy accident. “It was all the factory's work,” the brand says. “But it's got a great square-boxy shape, almost like a denim trucker jacket.” Perfect for early Fall layering.

Block print shirt,
$122 by Checks



Is this fancy toothpaste? Yes. But is it a fancy toothpaste that really does wonders for your oral health? Absolutely. Formulated with a team of dentists, Ojook's stylish tube features a clean formula that works to not only clean and freshen, but restore a healthy microbiome in your mouth. It actually remineralizes and strengthens your enamel—this not only helps brighten teeth but helps alleviate sensitivity. Korean medicinal bamboo salt works to neutralize harmful acids while xylitol starves harmful bacteria in your mouth to reduce plaque buildup and prevent cavities. As for the taste, it has a sophisticated and refreshing peppermint and pine flavor.

Toothpaste with
nHA and bamboo salt,
$18 by Ojook

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