5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From the world’s lightest carry-on suitcase to a gentlemanly knit polo

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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Do you travel light? Because July, maker one of our favorite checked luggage, has revolutionized the term. The brand's new roller suitcase boasts the distinction of the “world's lightest double-wheel suitcase.” Weighing in at just 3.9 lbs, you can carry more with you without compromising the things you rely on for smooth travel—namely, smooth rolling dual wheels, sturdy handles and a durable polycarbonate shell. And if you're concerned about something so light not being strong enough, don't worry: The suitcase is still backed by July's lifetime guarantee.

Carry On Light
roller suitcase,
$245 by July


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This bracelet is truly one of a kind. First of all, it's hand-forged from solid sterling silver, which means you can see all the tiny traces from filing and hammering—the markers of the craftsman that made it. And each cuff can be customized with stamped letters or numbers (be it your initials or maybe a significant date). It looks and feels like an heirloom piece because that's just what it is. 877 Workshop is a brand that specializes in almost forgotten crafts and old world techniques, reinterpreted for today's man. So if you're looking for a truly unique piece that's also casual and easy enough to wear everyday, this is it.

Handforged sterling silver bangle,
$176 by 877 Workshop



Are these the perfect pants for 2023? Maybe so. Fatigue pants are definitely having a moment and these are cut like a pair of vintage Dickies with oversized front and rear patch pockets. The durable ripstop cotton is lightweight and gets softer with each wear and wash, which means they'll develop a nice patina over the next few months. Cut and sewn in New York City's Garment District, they're made to take a beating—there are bartacks at all stress points for added durability, felled inseams and outseams, along with an reinforced waistband. In short, good luck trying to wear out these pants.

Ripstop work pant,
$178 by Randy's Garments


Take your at-home grooming to the next level. Braun's newest trimmer is, perhaps, their smartest and easiest yet. Expertly engineered to give you 100% control over your grooming from head to toe. Multiple attachments allow the Series 9 to trim, edge and fade hair from your head and beard, to your ears, nose and body. The quick and easy ProWheel features 40 length settings and comes with a handy lock to prevent any mistakes so you can trim with confidence. It comes with a premium weighted charging stand and offers 180 minutes of cordless runtime (which means it's great for traveling, too).

Series 9 all-in-one trimmer,
$129.94 by Braun



Summer style doesn't have to be sloppy. Menswear designer David Hart is a master at the knit polo—which is why so many leading men on the red carpets are wearing them. But at a luxury level, they're not always attainable. Thankfully, Hart just collaborated with Untuckit for a capsule collection of relaxed summer staples, including this handsome cable knit polo. Crafted from a naturally breathable and lightweight wool, the polo is sharp summer piece—designed to be worn on its own or under a jacket for work or weddings.

Knit polo, $128
by Untuckit x David Hart

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