5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a classic trench to the reimagining of a legendary boot

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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You've probably seen this belt before. It's been spotted on all sorts of stylish guys who no doubt populate your Insta feed or the look books of your favorite brands. And for good reason. The belts are made in the U.S. from hardwearing and handsome bridle leather and finished with an equestrian-styled brass buckle. It's the kind of belt that looks good with anything you pair it with and only gets better looking the more you wear it.

English spur belt,
$50.95 by Tory Leather


Go ahead, and call it a comeback. The original American Trench launched in the #menswear heyday of 2013 had one helluva good run. About 18 months ago, the brand's cofounder, Jacob Hurwitz, felt it was time to revisit the silhouette. “It took a good year to redevelop our namesake garment,” he says. “We dived into the classics and sampled vintage trench coat styles, like Burberry pieces from the '60s. The A-line shape, rather than the slim, tube-like designs of the early 2000s, was the way forward.” The A-line is classic because it's roomy yet also flattering. And while they added a waxed cotton version, they also redeveloped their original Ventile fabric. “It's elegant, breathable, classic, and historically significant,” says Hurwitz. For the uninitiated, Ventile is made from natural fibers, not synthetic. Tightly woven with a dense structure, it will always maintain its weatherproof properties. When Ventile is wet, the cotton fibers swell, blocking out any moisture from seeping in.

Ventile trench coat,
$849 by American Trench



The legendary Jungle Boot just got a modern upgrade. Viberg partnered with the menswear consultant and creative genius, Aaron Levine, to recreate a classic that honors iconic American design while pushing the boundaries of performance and style. According to the footwear brand, this particular design was “over two years in the making and is the product of Aaron's unique sense of style, combined with Viberg's legacy of pushing the boundaries of performance and style. The result is a boot that honors Viberg's heritage while innovating on the iconic American army boot.”

Jungle boot,
$995 by Viberg


This seemingly simple lamp does a lot. It illuminates your room, of course, but the pivoting head lets you direct the light wherever you need it—making it work as task lighting as well. The heavy wood base and off-set counterbalanced powder-coated stem add some intrigue and architecture to a room and the slim, streamlined shape means it can be positioned in all sorts of places.

Liam floor lamp,
$199 by West Elm



This isn't the first AirTag keychain, but it's probably the best. A durable stainless steel alloy body securely holds the AirTag while the rest serves as a lightweight multi-tool with nearly a dozen different uses. Of course, there are hex wrenches and a bottle opener built in, but there's also a handy phone stand, along with a bike tool and carabiner. Basically any and everything you might need, in a compact and stylish keychain that ensures you never misplace your keys ever again.

Multi-tool 7-in-1 Pro,
$29.99 / $25.99 by ATech

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