Hanging your keys from a belt loop is hardly a bad idea, but why not add some extra utility to the mix? The Corter Leather Bottle Hook ($36 and up) is designed to both hang your keys from your loop and open your beers, thanks to its clever design. Cast out of steel, it'll likely outlive every pair of denim you own, includes a leather tag to put down your info — because who hasn't lost their keys before? — and is available in copper and aged pewter finishes.
Let's say you've got some unexpectedly awesome event to attend — dinner with the POTUS, an after-party at the Oscars, a Monday Night Football game in Trump's suite. And you're feeling woefully underdressed, no matter how many times you retie your Windsor knot. So you suck it up, get out your Amex Black card, and order up these Jacob & Co. Canary Diamond Cufflinks ($4.2 million). Sporting over 20 karats of canary diamonds and another 10-plus karats of white diamonds, they feature a diamond whale flip back closure and the title of "most expensive cufflinks in the world".
And you thought RGIII had some crazy stockings. Happy Socks ($12-$30) can add a splash of whimsical color to any outfit you choose thanks to their wide variety of available styles and colors, including yellow, green, and red argyle, blue, orange, white, and black tubes, and, yes, even polka dot ankle socks, which should go great with those pink camo cargo pants.
Add a bit of rugged flair to your springtime wardrobe with 3sixteen Heavyweight Stitched Belts ($145). Crafted in the USA from domestically sourced English Bridle steer hides, these hearty belts feature nickel buckles, waxed, beveled edges, and, of course, heavyweight stitching. Available in golden, brown, and black.
If you like Coach's stuff but have been looking for a happy medium between its plain leather and pattern-covered offerings, look no further than the new Coach Hugo Guinness Collection ($70-$400). Each item in the collection — which includes wallets, totes, a sunglass case, an iPad case, a pouch, a keycase, and a keyring — features one of the artist's hand-cut linoleum prints front and center.