5 Stylish Items
to Buy This Week

From some reworked vintage pieces to a clever bike storage solution

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.

1

Taylor Stitch is taking sustainable style to a whole new level. The brand has just launched Restitch, a smart take-back program giving pre-loved clothing a second life. The process is pretty simple. Just send back unwanted or worn-out Taylor Stitch pieces and you'll get a credit to the site. The pieces are then rebuilt or repurposed for resale. Every piece has a unique character and bonus, helps save the environment.

From $25 at Taylor Stitch

Taylor Stitch Restitch

2

We like these simple sneakers, a lot. Los Angeles-based footwear brand Clae calls them "a fresh perspective on the timeless running shoe." They combine breathable, yet durable nylon with ultra soft suede for a clean and pared-down design. The effect is at once slightly retro and yet incredibly right now. They're the kind of sneakers that look as good with your swim trunks as they do with the trousers you wear to the office.

Hayward sneakers,
$120 by Clae

Clae Hayward Sneakers

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3

The comfort of gym shorts meets the classic style of chinos. Everlane's lightweight Air Chino shorts are cut from 4.2 oz cotton poplin that has 4% stretch for extra mobility. That's paired with easygoing pull-on styling and a drawstring waistband for belt-free comfort. It's a modern look that's available in three colorways, but we're definitely partial to the "fatigue" olive drab shade.

Air chino shorts,
$48 by Everlane

Everlane Air Chino Shorts

4

Turn your storage problem into a piece of art. Instead of leaning your bike against the wall or hanging it vertically in a corner, these two wooden pegs allow you to simply and easily mount your bike on a wall. Constructed of pure mahogany wood and industrial screws for a durable, handsome style, it's a sleek look that makes for an ideal home accent for any mountain, road or city cyclist.

Bike rack sticks,
$52 by Loma Living

Loma Living Bike Rack Sticks

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5

Pull on some socks and do a little good. For June's Pride Month, Bombas has introduced a limited-edition collection of socks, made with a special space dye technique to make each one colorfully unique and celebrate individuality. The one-for-one brand has pledged to allocate 40% of all socks they donate over 6 weeks to homeless LGBTQ youth in need through The Ally Coalition. And since they're Bombas, they're also incredibly comfortable and durable socks too.

Pride calf socks,
$12 by Bombas

Bombas Pride Calf Socks

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