5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From a retro clock to some affordable polarized shades

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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These sunglasses look and perform like shades that cost three times as much. That's why we like Sunski so much. They sweat the details. Clean lines on the engraved, stainless steel frame and a large, square lens shape update the look, with a double-brow line that stands out from the crowd. The sculpted nose pads provide all-day comfort and the olive green shade provides a nice contrast from the more standard black or tortoise shell. Plus, the polarized lenses block 100% UVA/UVB wavelengths—all for less than a hundred bucks.

Estero sunglasses,
$98 by Sunski


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Ready to lighten up? Right now, Men's Warehouse is offering 25% off select casual shirts. Like this floral linen short-sleeve option from Paisley & Gray. The linen/rayon fabric has a vintage-like louche feel that drapes on the body perfectly—whether you wear it unbuttoned over a tank or layered under a suit jacket for a spring/summer wedding. Another option would be Joseph Abboud's mosaic tile sport shirt, cut from a breezy cotton/linen blend with a throwback button-down collar. They're easy pieces to add some warm weather style to your wardrobe.

Floral linen
short-sleeve sport shirt,
$69.99 / $52.49 by Paisley & Gray



Maybe it's the Boy Scout in us, but we like to be prepared. Especially during spring and summer, when there are all sorts of adventures where a screwdriver could come in handy. This emergency tool from premier knife maker The James Brand features the four most popular screwdriver bits and is designed to easily fit in your coin pocket. Whether you're turning mounts on a camera rig or changing batteries in your kids RC car, the Warrick will be there when you need it in a sleek, rattle-free case.

Warrick screwdriver,
$85 by The James Brand


Think of this as a more restrained camp collar shirt. They don't all have to be loud and tropical, right? This one is a proper Madras shirt, cut and sewn in India from a lightweight, highly breathable cotton (which is handwoven by artisanal weavers on proprietary handlooms) and then finished with traditional details like a button loop and chalky white buttons.

N°30 Cuban shirt,
$165 by Original Madras Trading Company



Let's call this high design on a budget. This small clock makes a big impact for a relatively reasonable price—and now it's on sale. Crafted by one of the world's original flip clock manufacturers (which has been in continuous operation since 1956), this expertly made timepiece is a helpful analog reminder to put your phone down. Featuring design detailing true to its mid-century predecessors while operating on a quartz German movement to keep precise time.

Flip clock,
$99 / $79.20 by Schoolhouse

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