5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a rugged weather-resistant jacket to some cushy slides

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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The upside to spring's unpredictable weather? Great jackets. Buck Mason has just dropped its new Storm Stopper collection, a stylish range of weatherproof outerwear that marries classic styling with contemporary performance. Our favorite piece is the naval-inspired deck jacket. With a cool, classic fit, the fully-lined jacket is cut from 5.5 oz. yarn-dyed twill that's impervious to inclement weather thanks to a durable water repellent finish. But it's the details that really make it—from the corduroy accents at the collar and cuffs, to the sturdy Corozo buttons.

Storm Stopper deck jacket,
$228 by Buck Mason


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This isn't your average dress shirt. Like a superhero and his everyday alter ego, it may appear mild mannered but it's hiding some key strengths and powers that most don't have. You see, Mizzen+Main has taken the traditional button-down and upgraded it to work even better for you. Made from high quality performance fibers, it's got all the benefits of athletic wear, in a handsome shirt that's sharp enough for the office or after-hours occasions. The machine washable dress shirt is both lightweight and moisture-wicking, with stretch properties that ensure ease of movement—whether it's by itself or layered under a jacket. In short, this is a dress shirt that won't ever let you down.

Leeward dress shirt,
$138 / $117.30 (w/code VALET15)
by Mizzen+Main



This is the best kind of upcycling. WP Standard founder Ryan Barr wanted to turn his father's old Vietnam-era duffle into a travel bag that would last another 50 years. The result is this handsome and hardwearing zippered bag. Each bag is made from salvaged military canvas. They are meticulously deconstructed and transformed into a modern traveler with built-in history. No two are alike and each bears the unique markings of their former lives.

Repurposed military travel bag,
$375 by WP Standard


How do you make something cool even cooler? Get some help from a really stylish collaborator. For Lusso Cloud—known for their cushy house shoes with a cult following—that meant teaming up with menswear savant and friend of Valet., Josh Peskowitz. The end result? A fresh take on the best-selling Pelli slide dressed in faso dan fani, a traditional textile handwoven by women in Burkina Faso. What's more, the fabric is sourced through a partnership with the Ethical Fashion Initiative.

Pelli slipper,
$165 by JPNYC x Lusso Cloud



We're seeing more and more workwear pants lately. But if you're not ready to fully jump onto the trend and spend a lot, you can try these. Abercrombie makes an impressive pair with all the details you want. They're cut from a stretch-enhanced canvas and ripstop fabric with a relaxed fit, that's been washed for extra softness. And they feature carpenter-style details like a hammer loop, wider belt loops, a button fly and generous back patch pockets.

Loose workwear pant,
$90 / $76.50 by Abercrombie & Fitch

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