Last Minute Father’s Day Gift Ideas

This entry was posted on June 10, 2014 under Lifestyle. Written by:



Father’s Day is fast approaching, and if you haven’t started thinking about what to do for Dad this year, now’s the time to start. How will you show your love and appreciation for everything he’s done for you? Fortunately, if you’re having trouble coming up with ideas, we have some suggestions: why not help him liven up his wardrobe? Of course, we think that’s a worthy cause on its own right, but it’s also a great choice if you’re looking for a Father’s Day gift. Still not sure where to start? Let us help!

In men’s fashion, the small details are key: the fit and cut of a suit, lapel and collar design, subtle things that make the difference between a bland outfit and one everybody will remember. Small accessories can push an outfit over the top. Help him punch up his style with a snappy tie matched with a colorful pocket square, or a classy wristwatch, hat or belt.

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For a personal touch, a monogrammed dress shirt or a set of engraved cufflinks might be the way to go. Our dress shirts come in a range of colors and patterns, and can be customized for your dad’s preferred fit and style. We recently launched our summer collection if you’re looking to brighten up your dad’s wardrobe a bit.

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If you’re dad isn’t so fashion-inclined, there’s a world of options outside of clothes. (Though obviously we think clothes are great, and sometimes people need a gentle nudge in the right direction….) Things like whisky and cigars are traditional Father’s Day gifts, but depending on what your pop likes you could go with anything–a book, interesting food item (a local barbecue sauce, say), a magazine subscription. Be creative!

Whatever you ultimately decide to get your dad, sometimes the best Father’s Day gift you can give is your time. If you can, plan a visit home for the weekend. Choose an activity he likes–take a day trip for a hike, hit the links for a day, or just come over, fire up the grill, and spend the afternoon out on the patio.

You likely know your dad better than just about anybody, so you’re the one who can best choose what to get him. The most important thing is that it comes from you.

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