5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a faster, more stylish charger to a rugged shirt jacket

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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This is next best thing to the perfect vintage score. Buck Mason has faithfully recreated a rendition of an early WW2-era military fatigue shirt in a washed cotton herringbone twill. Maybe it's better than vintage in some ways—it's brand new, smells fresh and doesn't have any threadbare wear patterns near the collar or elbows. The relaxed fit shirt has been garment dyed and then washed in a natural enzyme rinse to create subtle color variation. A great layering piece, it's got two large bellows front pockets, a back yoke panel for mobility and sturdy felled seams for added durability. And it's got matching pants, too, if you want more of a full look.

Herringbone twill
fatigue shirt,
$198 by Buck Mason


When it comes to charging devices, speed is the name of the game. We want that baby back to 100% ASAP. According to WIRED, Qi2 is the new open wireless charging standard from the Wireless Power Consortium, and “it brings important upgrades over the original Qi standard” making it faster and more efficient. One of the most anticipated new products featuring Qi2 is Nomad's updated stand charger, which turns your phone into a stylish clock—be it on your bedside table or desk.

Qi2 magnetic charging stand,
$100 by Nomad



Would you moisturize your hands more if the cream was ... cooler? We're willing to try this hydration experiment. By putting a stylish tube of cream on our desks, it might remind us to moisturize more regularly. Thankfully, A.P.C., the Paris-born fashion brand known for creating timeless clothing that embodies quintessential French style, has just launched a personal care line with six products: a cologne, shower gel, body lotion, lip balm, hand soap and hand cream. The silky, quick-absorbing cream is made in France using 99.5% ingredients of natural origin and has a subtle orange blossom scent.

Cosmos Organic hand cream,
$30 by A.P.C.


Upgrade your undershirt without overpaying. Right now, we've got a discount on an insider staple—Proof's 72-hour tee. The merino shirt (available in over a dozen colors) is made to be a performance tee, but it wears as comfortably on its own or under a flannel or cardigan. The best part is that the engineered fabric harnesses the incredible natural properties of merino wool to wick moisture, resist odors and regulate temperature. Plus, now they're 30% off so stock up while you can.

Merino tee,
$88 / $61.60 (w/code MERINO30) by Proof



Some collaborations feel more natural than others. Taylor Stitch teamed up with the outdoor experts at Marmot to bring you a collection of technically capable gear that harkens back to free-wheeling UC Santa Cruz days of The Marmot Club. While the designs wear their vintage influence on their sleeves, the run of innovations that Marmot has made since the '70s imbues each piece with the grit and technical ability to meet the demands of today's hikers, backpackers and outdoor explorers.

Scramble pant,
$138 by Taylor Stitch x Marmot

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