5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a throwback tee to some affordable sunglasses

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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Summer time is prime tee season. Which means you want to have a variety of options. Buck Mason just introduced this boxy crewneck inspired by vintage T-shirts from the 1990s. It boasts a straight hem, slightly longer sleeve length, drop shoulder and wide ribbed collar, all cut from ridiculously soft and smooth pima cotton. The natural off-white “canvas” color is particularly good looking as well.

Costa '90s boxy tee,
$55 by Buck Mason


Just because it's getting hot doesn't mean you can't flex some layers. This double-breasted jacket from Todd Snyder is made from a feather-weight délavé linen yarn—renowned for its exceptional softness and gently washed-down look and feel. With a slightly oversized fit and natural shoulders, the result is relaxed and slouchy, but not shapeless. The rich grey-ish brown tobacco colorway looks sharp with everything from washed jeans or white pants to navy chinos. Throw it on over a plain T-shirt or louche camp collar shirt and elevate a date night or pair them with the matching trousers for the coolest suit at a summer wedding (literally).

Double-breasted linen jacket,
$798 by Todd Snyder



Have you gotten a western style belt yet? Because the trend doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. Maximum Henry makes one of the coolest versions we've found so far. Cut and dyed from 100% Belgian vegetable tanned leather, it's available in over a dozen colors but, in our opinion, you can't go wrong with the warm brown shade. The one-inch width and silver hardware are the ideal scale to make a statement without being too loud.

3-piece belt,
$155 by Maximum Henry


Sometimes a single stem is all it takes to make an impression. And if a vase is interesting enough, you don't even need anything in it. This perfectly imperfect ceramic bud vase has an angular shape, giving it a vintage vibe, but the matte black finish means it also feels incredibly modern. Place it on a desk, in the middle of a table or in an entryway to add some sculptural style to any vignette.

Joaquin bud vase,
$24 by Jayson Home



Finding the right pair of shades can be a challenge. You want them to look cool, be durable enough to withstand daily wear and ideally not cost too much, right? Walden is a brand that nails the bullseye right in the middle of that Venn diagram. Their sunglasses are inspired by classic styles for a timeless look and the frames and lenses are sustainably made from recycled steel, bio-acetate and a unique “green nylon,” which includes plant-based materials. Custom double diamond rivet detailing at the temples offer some old school charm while the five-barrel riveted hinges provide durability and strength. All for just under a hundred bucks.

River sunglasses,
$99 by Walden

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