5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From 1950s style shirt to a handsome woven lamp

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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Who says quality can't be affordable too? Blacksmith is a brand that specializes in hard-wearing pieces built to last—at prices that won't make you uncomfortable. Their popular field pants are made from a sturdy 100% cotton fabric that can stand up to plenty of wear. The pants are garment-dyed and washed, meaning they feel broken in as soon as you get them. Plus, they're finished with authentic workwear details like raised seam patch pockets and a single tool pocket on the right hip.

Sowing field pant,
$72 by Blacksmith


Say hello to your new favorite shirt. What makes it so good? Well, let's start with the fabric. It's 100% Tercel, which is actually spun from wood cellulose fibers. It's light, incredibly breathable, naturally anti-bacterial and feels silky against the skin. Cut and sewn in Japan, it's got a throwback 1950s feel, complete with a smooth French placket, dual chest pockets and an open camp collar. But this can also be buttoned all the way up, if you want a more modern look (or plan on wearing a tie). It looks as good tucked into jeans or chinos as it does worn open over a tank top with some relaxed shorts.

Vintage open collar shirt,
$120 by Kamaura Shirts



Sometimes, a lamp provides more than just light. This new lamp from West Elm looks like something you might've unearthed in some far-flung vintage shop. And that's a good attribute for accent pieces like this. On a side table or a nightstand, maybe tucked into an entryway, it not only provides a subtle glow of warm light, but the all-over woven rattan also adds a textural and sculptural energy to any room. It's at once incredibly modern and yet feels natural and old school, too.

Woven rattan lamp,
$249 by West Elm


Consider this your in-between-seasons sweatshirt. Light enough for summer, but substantial enough to take you into fall. Cut from an extremely soft, washed loopback jersey material, it's got a relaxed, vintage-inspired fit with raglan shoulders. And while the sleeves have been cut off, the hems have surged stitching to prevent any fraying.

Cut-off sweatshirt,
$104 / $84.95 by Beams+



Is it time for you to use eye serum? Well, if you remember any of these '90s trends coming back or if you remember buying new music on CD, then the answer is “yes” The good news is that taking care of those fine lines and dark circles is as simple as swiping on a little of this affordable, yet highly effective serum from The Ordinary. The multi-peptide formula—a combination of niacinamide and gallic acid from oak leaves and green tea—helps smooth skin while reducing under-eye baggage and improving the look of dark circles.

Multi-peptide eye serum,
$25 by The Ordinary

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