5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a relaxed, affordable sweatshirt to some stylish earbuds

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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What do you want from your earbuds? Do you want big sound in a tiny package? Easy connectivity and wireless charging and noise-cancelling technology, of course. Maybe a stylish case and some textured metal for added old-school appeal? Then these are the ear buds for you. Marshall's new Motif II A.N.C. are precision engineered to give you clear and balanced sound no matter how much you crank up the volume. They're lightweight, durable and made from 70% post-consumer recycled plastic, including used electronics, water bottles and automotive light covers.

Motif II A.N.C. earbuds,
$199.99 by Marshall


Get 'em while you can. If you scored one of A&F's “essential crew” sweatshirts when they introduced them earlier this year, you lucked out. Because the vintage-inspired sweats—with a relaxed fit, substantial ribbed collar and slight drop-shoulder—sold out almost immediately. Cut from a proprietary fabric and treated with a wash to add extra softness, these look like the kind of shirts that cost 10 times as much. And they're now available in half a dozen shades, so take your pick.

Essential crew sweatshirt,
$60 / $51 by Abercrombie & Fitch



We love a candle that looks (and smells expensive), but is actually affordable. Dilo's candles are hand-poured in the U.S. using a smooth soy wax blend that burns clean and even. The two-wick design helps increase the candle's “scent throw”, which is a good thing because this smells fantastic. The Paolo Santo fragrance is a blend of smoky woods, black pepper and sweet amber with a slight citrus sweetness. Like what you'd want a modern A-frame cabin to smell like.

Two-wick Palo Santo candle,
$32 by Dilo


How do you improve on a cult-favorite food? Add a little heat. Pappy & Company has developed a following thanks to their genuine maple syrup aged in Pappy Van Winkle bourbon barrels. Their new spiced variety is aged for three years in the namesake bourbon barrels and made with a spicy pepper mash—which means the syrup is the perfect garnish for any cocktail, or dish that needs a kick of peppery heat. It's particularly good over baked sweet potatoes or roasted Brussels sprouts.

Spicy maple syrup,
$38 by Pappy & Co.



It's September ... time to break out the cords, right? Fitting like your favorite 501 jeans, Wythe's five-pocket corduroys have a familiar silhouette that's comfortable and classic, not to mention easy to wear with anything. Cut from a luxe wide wale Italian cotton corduroy fabric, they're impossibly soft and create the perfect drape, making them look at once elegant and relaxed. Are they dress pants? Weekend brunch pants? The answer to both is “yes”.

Italian Donegal corduroys,
$298 by Wythe

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