5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a pair of comfortable loafers to some vintage-inspired sweatshirts

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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“They don't make 'em like they used to.” We hear it too often, but Noah's Brendon Babenzien decided he was going to do just that. He says that he extended the cuffs and the trim of the waist of Noah's classic sweatshirt to “give it a timelessness that also feels style-forward—it's as fresh with a pair of trousers around town as it is with shorts on a morning run.” They're made in Canada, from a super soft two-ounce French terry and will only get softer the more you wash and wear it.

“High Rib” crewneck sweatshirt,
$168 by Noah


In other good news for sweatshirts ... Menswear MVP Aaron Levine has just partnered with our friends at Huckberry on a new line of American-made staples inspired by midcentury sportswear. Trumbull is made in Detroit from cotton that's grown in the USA, this incredibly soft mid-weight fleece is then washed down and garment-dyed in easy-wearing neutrals for an elevated look that layers without a hitch. Levine says that this is his favorite piece in the collection and we'd have to agree with him. The quarter-zip has a relaxed fit, a not-too-large collar and ribbed detailing on the sides for an elevated feel.

Vintage wash quarter-zip,
$138 by Trumbull



If you ask us, when it comes to sunglasses, the more classic, the better. But that's not to say you can't switch things up and have some fun. Carrera is an Italian brand that's been around since 1956, inspired by the Carrera Panamericana auto race—one of the most dangerous open-road, border-to-border races in Mexico. Many of their frames have been around for decades, only tweaked here and there. So this pair of chunky squared-off shades could easily be vintage, but luckily for you, they're brand new and feature the latest UV protection and polarization for anti-glare vision. And they're also one of the best bargains when it comes to quality optical craftsmanship.

52mm polarized sunglasses,
$150 by Carrera


How do you improve on a legendary pair of shoes? Usually, you add in some modern comfort. Which is exactly what G.H. Bass did with their signature Weejun loafers. Introducing the “Easy Weejuns”: The same great classic styling, but now with a water-resistant, soft rubber outsole for unmatched comfort and versatility. The flexible outsole will certainly stand up better against the elements while the innovative internal polyurethane footbed provides the comfort of a running shoe, guaranteeing a light, cushioned step throughout the day.

Larson Easy Weejun,
$175 by G.H. Bass



We've got some time until the warm weather really hits. But that doesn't mean you should be neglecting your skin. Sun protection is vital all year long and cult-favorite skincare brand, EltaMD, just made it a whole lot easier to look your best while protecting your skin from sun damage. The mineral-based SPF 50 offers a serious shield, and since it's slightly tinted, it won't leave any white cast on your skin (in fact, the subtle tint helps even out skin tone without feeling heavy). It's also formulated with antioxidants that help further protect skin against photoaging and blue light. Hyaluronic acid hydrates while bisabolol and ginger root extracts help soothe skin and calm any redness. In short, this helps you look good right now while protecting your skin so you look good in the future, too.

Broad-spectrum SPF 50
tinted sunscreen,
$45 by EltaMD

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