5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some affordable US-made chinos and a rugged jacket to a sleek LED lamp

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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Add a little edge to your wrist and embrace the dark side. Black-on-black watches seem to be having a moment and this is one of the better ones we seen lately. The fact that it's also one of the most affordable is an added bonus. Pulling its design influence from Timex's earliest diver-style watches, the Navi XL features a black stainless-steel case with a rotating top ring, black dial, and smooth, brown natural leather strap with side stitching that provides a modern take on this vintage design.

Navi XL watch,
$129 by Timex


Sometimes you need a lamp in a place where you can't plug it in. In a bookshelf, on an accent table or maybe even outdoors. The nice thing about this small enameled mushroom lamp? Its LED light is powered by rechargeable lithium battery. Inspired by the Italian Bellhop lamp, the warm light is dimmable and on most subtle settings can be illuminated for more than 20 hours before needing a recharge. Plus, it's available in half a dozen colors, so take your pick.

Portable LED lamp,
$49.99 by Liuwei



These chinos bring new meaning to the term all-American. Sure, they're a classic style, but these crisp cotton pants are designed, woven and crafted entirely in the United States. That's not so common these days (and especially not for this price point). They were sewn in partnership with Keep It Here, a small Los Angeles-based factory where a love of the craft is infused into every garment. These are the quintessential American chino—relaxed fit, slight taper to the leg and ready to be dressed up or down.

Made-in-the-USA chino,
$140 by Dockers


You won't find a better chore jacket for such a reasonable price. Based on a vintage French workwear style, this jacket by Wallace & Barnes is constructed from a heavy, durable cotton called duck canvas, the same material used for Dutch navy uniforms in the 18th century (in fact, duck comes from doek, the Dutch word for linen canvas). Finished with generous patch pockets and hard-wearing metal buttons, it's built to last—which is a good thing, since it'll only get better looking once you break it in.

Duck canvas
utility chore jacket,
$198 / $124.50 by Wallace & Barnes



Consider this your “good day” supplement. Through their proprietary range of body-balancing blends, Mount Sunny has created a collection of natural supplements that support the body's immune system, energy levels and alleviate daily stressors. Our favorite is the Happy Tree, which contains adaptogenic herbs and superfoods (Chinese date) along with reishi and lions mane mushrooms that have been shown to give you a boost of energy and supercharge brain health while calming nerves. Plus, all the ingredients have been deemed safe for regular everyday use and work in harmony with your everyday vitamins.

Happy Tree supplements,
$48 by Mount Sunny

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