5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a sleek, vintage-inspired watch to some winter-ready Birks

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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Tissot just made one of their archival watches even cooler. With the trend of smaller timepieces on the rise, they've shrunk their popular PRX Powermatic 80. You see, at 40mm (and an effective lug-to-lug around 51mm), the original was too big for some wrists. It's got the same integrated bracelet and classic '70s styling, just minimized in smaller proportions. It's got all the bells and whistles of a really expensive watch—there's a date window, along with SuperLumiNova on the hands and applied indices for easy reading in low light—but it will only set you back around 700 dollars.

PRX Powermatic 35mm watch,
$695 by Tissot


Get some 'Succession' level style on a budget. Quince makes really good quality cashmere at a very reasonable price, but beyond their sweaters and throw blankets, they now offer cashmere baseball caps. Available in five neutral shades, they have the same luxe feel as those by Italian brands charging $300 to $650, but this rings in at just fifty bucks. A veritable steal, right? At this price you could get one for yourself and another as a gift for someone.

Cashmere cap,
$50 by Quince



I've got a thing for boxes. But they're useful and stylish, so what's not to like? Apparently, style icon Aerin Lauder thinks so, too. She recently worked with Williams Sonoma on a line of home goods inspired by some of her favorite things. This unique box is made from sycamore, a wood valued for its silky grain and light color. The lid is polished silver, with a vintage-inspired modernist handle. Use it on a desk, in your entryway or to wrangle remotes and other loose items cluttering up your coffee table.

Silver and sycamore box,
$99 by Williams Sonoma


How do you winterize your favorite sandals? You craft them using even softer suede and wool felt. Birkenstock has reworked the legendary Arizona slides, making them even better for kicking around the house or wearing out (with some substantial socks, of course). The comfortable cork sole remains, but the half-n-half uppers give these a fresh update for the season.

Arizona sandal,
$155 by Birkenstock



Is it time for a new tote bag? If you use one on the regular, you might be due for a refresh going into the new year. Knickerbocker just collaborated with New York magazine on a capsule collection of stylish, Manhattan-themed merch, but the standout for us is the generously-sized tote bag—crafted in the U.S. by Steele Canvas from their signature substantial duck cotton canvas. A reinforced bottom along with double-stitched handles make this as hardwearing as it is handsome.

Traffic tote,
$125 by Knickerbocker

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