5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a vintage-inspired pair of pants to a modern recovery device

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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If you didn't know better, you'd think it was vintage. Two classically British brands have come together on the pitch for this soccer-fueled collaboration. There's over a dozen items with a hard '90s vibe, but this polo is the standout for us. The textured knit fabric, the bold bright stripes and refined collar, it's a piece that can be styled in a number of ways. But the Percival designers say to “pair it with some track pants for the ultimate GOAT look.” Can't argue there.

Training polo,
$180 by Percival x Umbro


These pants feel perfect for the current menswear moment. They're a little bit workwear, a bit relaxed yet still have some polish. According to Todd Snyder, they're actually inspired by a vintage find, and the design keeps many of the same utility details, including reinforced double knees and tool pockets. Cut from lightweight, garment-dyed Italian cotton, they're tailored with a longer-than-usual rise and a slightly wide leg—which means they're comfortable enough to wear now but will easily take you well into fall and winter.

Pleated welder pant,
$298 by Todd Snyder



Tired: an old-fashioned ice pack. Wired? Mess-free customizable relief wherever you need it. Therabody's latest device delivers instant cold (and heat, for that matter) at science-backed temperatures at the push of a button. The RecoveryTherm Cube is a palm-sized device designed to relieve joint and muscle pain, reduce inflammation and boost recovery powered by the company's signature Cryothermal technology. Three preset modes, each with multiple precise temperature settings, means you can say goodbye to smelly balms and messy, dripping ice packs.

RecoveryTherm Cube,
$149 by Therabody


Can a camp collar shirt be “moody”? Now that we've seen AKASHI-KAMA's new earth patchwork shirt, we can confirm the answer to the question is a resounding “yes”. Constructed from a uniquely crafted Japanese fabric, double-weave jacquard, it's stitched in America and has a perfectly draped summer shirt silhouette. There are countless ways to wear this shirt, which is good because we think you'll be wearing it a lot.

Patchwork camp collar shirt,



The best home accessories are at once beautiful and useful. This one definitely fits that bill. Craighill's match striker is crafted from solid cast iron—it's surprisingly dense and serves as a nice anchor against which to strike a match. After all, whether you're setting a mood with incense, creating ambiance with candles, or lighting up (be it the fireplace or a joint), it all starts with a flick of the wrist. Plus, it looks great on a coffee table or side table when not in use.

Cast iron match striker,
$48 by Craighill

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