5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a new menswear label to an affordable candle

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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It's a little bit dressed up, and a whole lot of comfort. This hybrid piece from Todd Snyder combines the silhouette of a cardigan and the cozy feel of an old-school sweatshirt. Available in five different colorways, it's cut from soft 20 oz. French Terry that's been pigment-dyed, so there are unique highs and lows of color. Made exclusively for the by WS & Co., the family-owned factory in Toronto uses old-school flat-lock machines to create incredibly durable and wearable products.

Garment-dyed sweatshirt cardigan,
$198 / $94 by Todd Snyder


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The transition into spring calls for fresh white sneakers. We don't make the rules, but we are here to help you find good pairs when the time comes. And right now, you can't go wrong with a throwback pair of Reeboks. With a leather upper featuring a perforated toe box for breathability, the classic Court Advance is an understated sneaker that looks great with beat-up jeans or some pleated chinos. The signature OrthoLite sockliner cushions your foot, while the cushy foam and the brand's DMX Microbubbles add extra support for easy all-day wear.

Court Advance sneaker,
$64.99 by Reebok



We sprung forward ... did your pants? These trousers from Arket are cut just the way you want them right now. Slightly relaxed with a boxy, yet tailored fit and a single, subtle pleat on each leg. They've got oversized patch pockets on the back and adjustable buttoned tabs on the waistband for a slightly vintage feel. And the olive drab colorway will no doubt complement most spring looks.

Straight-leg pleated pant,
$95 by Arket


If you regularly burn candles, then you appreciate the ones that smell great and don't cost a lot. Like the ones from P.F. Candle Co., one of our go-tos for home fragrances. This is the brand's first new scent of 2023 and it's meant to evoke walks through a wild herb garden, cool mountain streams and crisp morning air. It's citrusy and slightly minty with a warm, earthy base. In other words, it makes your place smell the way you “think” spring smells like. And that's a very good thing.

Wild Herb Tonic candle,
$24 by P.F. Candle Co.



Ready to push the season? This breezy shirt, from new menswear label, Wynona, is inspired by a 1960s Italian summer getaway. Cut from a lightweight and textured cotton sourced from one of Portugal's oldest mills, it's finished with mother of pearl buttons, a relaxed camp collar and split side seams to hang just right. This is the shirt you'll wear all spring and summer—under a suit jacket, with some relaxed chinos and even with your swim suit. So invest in a good one like this.

Retro cotton shirt,
$295 by Wynona

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