5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a reasonably-priced jacquard polo to a very personal care product

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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We just discovered this brand. Casatlantic is a niche lifestyle brand inspired by the cultural richness of mid-century Casablanca. And this shirt, that takes design elements from camp shirts worn by American military officers in Morocco in the 1950s, has a refined yet rugged vibe that would look great under a jacket with dress trousers or simply worn slightly open with a white tank and some relaxed chinos.

Cotton camp shirt,
$140 by Casatlantic


You can tell these are cool shoes. But you have to see them in person, up close, to really appreciate them—the craftsmanship of the stitching, the richness of the textured herringbone fabric. And then there's the comfort of slipping them on your feet. The design is based on the original U.S. Navy standard-issue trainers from the1940s, and Buck Mason went to Moonstar in Kurume, Japan to have them made, so every detail is perfected.

Herringbone deck shoe,
$158 by Buck Mason



The knit polo isn't going anywhere. But it will continue to evolve. Like this version from J.Crew's Spring collection. Available in both a navy and cream-colored Glenn plaid, it's got a dense feel, but a soft drape against the body. According to the design team, it was inspired by vintage J.Crew catalogs, so they adopted the name “heritage cotton” for this particular fabric.

Jacquard windowpane polo,
$98 by J.Crew


Linen can be tricky, right? You have to embrace (not fight) the lightweight nature and propensity to wrinkle. That's why we think it's better suited for a casual piece, and not, say an actual suit or blazer. Portuguese brand La Paz cut a workwear classic, the chore jacket, out a breezy, pre-shrunk linen that's perfect for layering as we transition seasons. Made with three patch pockets and oversized corozo buttons, it's the perfect mix of rugged “work” and gentlemanly “leisure”. We dig the navy, but it also comes in a crisp off-white, too.

Linen chore jacket,
$320 by La Paz



The discreet aesthete's choice in personal bedroom toys. From modern sexual wellness brand Maude, the Dome is their first device designed specifically for men. It's essentially a multi-textured stroker sleeve with an easy, minimalist design, engineered for enhanced solo or partner play. Created from premium silicone, it's incredibly soft and compatible with water-based lubricants. Need we say more?

Dome sleeve,
$35 by Maude

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