5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a comfortable work chair to an affordable watch and cargo pants

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 perfect chambray shirt doesn't just happen. There are a lot of details you have to get right. But Wythe has done it with this authentically distressed and “sun-faded” shirt. The design team used an actual shirt pulled from a Kentucky farmhouse that had seen years and years of hard work in the sun as their inspiration and then carefully and faithfully replicated it. The dual chest pockets, cat eye buttons and tabbed collar add additional archival details. In short, it will look and feel like the perfect vintage shirt, but it will be in perfect brand-new condition.

Distressed chambray shirt,
$188 by Wythe


How's your work chair? You know, the one you sit in for hours at a time—be it at the office or while working from home. Could it be better? More comfortable, ergonomic and stylish? If the answer to any (or all) of those is “yes,” then take advantage of the Herman Miller sale. Right now, you can get 20% off some of the brand's legendary office chairs and have them shipped direct to you for no charge. Our recommendation? The Sayl chair. Inspired by a world-famous suspension bridge, it features an unframed back made of elastomer strands that provide tension where support is needed and flexes with your body for ultimate comfort and air circulation.

Sayl chair,
$750 / $600 by Herman Miller



Todd Snyder just can't make a bad watch. His latest for the brand's long-time collaboration with Timex is inspired by the rugged-but-polished look of vintage American and British field watches. He then added a unique, two-tone dial in gray and cream, which glows in the dark as a nod to flying at night; the stainless steel case calls to mind the cargo boxes loaded onto transport planes. And, of course, it sits on a rugged nylon strap.

MK-1 Jet Stream watch,
$138 by Timex x Todd Snyder


Every man needs a catch-all. A place to drop his stuff—on his desk, his entryway or nightstand. Some are wood, others are leather. But this takes things to a whole new level. Craighill, which makes beautiful trays out of American hardwood, has just debuted a similar catch-all tray, carved from a single slab of white Carrara or black Marquina marble. Each one has a honed, matte finish with one-of-a-kind veining variations. It's heavy, luxe as hell and will truly last you a lifetime.

Nocturn marble catch-all,
$128 by Craighill



Have you embraced the cargo pant revival, yet? If not, then this is the perfect pair to try. Abercrombie & Fitch has a new “vintage re-issue” collection, bringing back some of the legendary pieces that are now showing up in secondhand stores and on Insta mood boards. They've even included the legendary “Woods” cologne from the '90s. As for the pants, they're cut from a washed twill available in five colorways and feature a removable D-ring belt, and plenty of utility-style cargo pockets. Just like you remember.

Loose utility cargo pant,
$90 / $76.50 by Abercrombie & Fitch

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