5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a handsome hardwood table to some relaxed chinos

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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Is this a shirt or a jacket? With this particular “shacket”, it could genuinely be both. Muji's lightweight shirt jacket is cut from a sustainable hemp fabric for a cool feel and comfortable fit. It's available in four different neutral shades, each with a wide placket, a camp collar and oversized patch pockets at the hip. Not sure if it's the Japanese tailoring or the fabric itself, but this piece has a really nice, relaxed drape to it, so you'll find yourself wearing it over and over all spring and summer.

Hemp shirt jacket,
$99.90 by Muji


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A good belt is a style essential that shouldn't be overlooked. It should be good looking, versatile and built to last. You don't need a lot of belts. You need a good belt. Like this one, from 877 Workshop. The German brand was founded by Sylvia and Daniel Janssen in 2012 and specializes in reinterpreted heirlooms of the past. They use the same techniques and tools like back in the day for an authentic look and feel. Which means this belt is cut from all-natural leather, tanned with oak bark and waxed for extra durability. The solid brass buckle is patinaed and will only get better looking the more you wear it.

Leather belt in army black,
$107 by 877 Workshop



Looking to experiment with wider fit pants? If you're looking for some relaxed chinos but maybe don't want something “giant” or with too large of a price tag, consider these your gateway chinos. Gap has re-issued some khakis (available in three colorways) from the 1990s and the fit is pretty much just how we want them to fit these days. A wider straight leg with a slightly higher rise and an inseam that can either be cuffed or left to puddle over your shoes. And at this price, if you find out it's just a fad that's not for you, you haven't invested too much.

90s Loose khakis,
$69.95 / $34 by Gap


You won't find a better coffee table at a better price. The Elo coffee table, from Akron Street, is made from solid white oak wood that's sanded smooth and finished with a matte natural lacquer. The end result looks incredibly high-end. Especially given the stylish proportions of the table and the tapered, angled legs. What's more, those legs easily bolt on and off to make moving to and from apartments even easier (while maintaining ultimate stability once they're assembled).

Elo coffee table,
$445 by Akron Street



When you want a martini and you want it fast. It doesn't take all that long to whip one up, but this new bottled martini from Grey Goose gives you everything you want (and nothing you don't). The tall bottle contains just Grey Goose vodka, dry French vermouth and just a soupçon of orange bitters. And it comes in a handsome set with two long-stemmed martini glasses (or just find the bottle at your local liquor store). Unlike straight vodka, you can't store this in the freezer. But you could keep it in the fridge to make sure it's nice and chilled when you stir it with some ice.

Classic martini cocktail set,
$27.99 by Grey Goose

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