5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some hearty and handsome loafers to a rugged kitchen essential

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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These shoes were made to last a lifetime. Known for both its beauty and durability, Shell Cordovan is a material noted since ancient times for its resistance to creasing and wear. Slowear has partnered with Sebago on a pair of slip-ons cut from the legendary leather in a classic beefroll penny loafer style. Finished with Sebago's ultra-comfortable and breathable leather sock lining and insole, they're designed for all-day comfort.

Shell Cordovan loafer,
$637 by Sebago x Slowear


If you want good hair, you need the right products. And right now, that includes a hair powder, which adds both texture and volume. According to Jack Henry founder, Kyle Bardouche, “more and more guys are wanting a second day textured, unstructured messy look—they're also taking time to read ingredients and they want to know exactly what they're putting in their hair ever day.” That's what lead to the brand to create their Hair Powder, formulated with just three ingredients: kaolin clay, micro algae and arrowroot. We've been testing this for the past week and have definitely noticed a nice improvement to the look and feel of our hair. Especially after shampooing, when the hair can feel a little limp and in need of a boost.

Hair powder,
$30 by Jack Henry



A beanie is a beanie, right? Well, sure. But some just look and feel better, don't they? Heimat is a German brand founded a few years ago by a former designer of Ralph Lauren's RRL line. Heimat specializes in nostalgic, Naval-inspired pieces knit and handfinished in Germany with 100% soft and toasty wool. The label's deck hat is a classic skull cap knit from 100% virgin wool, designed with the perfect two-inch roll when worn above the ears. Available in four different colors, we're currently eyeing the grey version.

Deck hat,
$61 by Heimat


If you like to cook, you need a Dutch oven. An old school piece of kitchen equipment and an investment item, for sure, but it's one of the most versatile and longest lasting tools you'll ever buy. And the cast-iron option from Smithey is heavy, stout and efficient as hell. Their new 7.25 quart model was designed with a wide base that provides extra surface area for searing and browning meats or vegetables for up to five people (or two, with ample leftovers). Featuring Smithey's signature polished interior surface that is naturally non-stick and easy-to-clean, this slick surface will never crack or chip. In fact, in means this will only get better with use.

7.25 quart Dutch oven,
$375 by Smithey



Is it a cardigan or a fleece jacket? Maybe it's both. Saturday NYC's new Campos jacket is perfect for transitional weather. Cut from a soft and cozy felted wool, it's finished with generous front-patch pockets that afford both top and side entry. There's also a chest pocket giving it a little extra class. Honestly, you can wear this countless ways—by itself with shorts and a T-shirt or under a more dressed up jacket for a layer of warmth and texture. It will never not look good.

Campos felted wool jacket,
$345 by Saturdays NYC

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