Father's Day Gift Guide

Can you believe that Father's Day is right around the corner?  I think time is purposely FLYING by at warp speed.  Instead of a tie this year, try one of these picks below.  From the Classic Dad to the New Dad in need of a little extra caffeine for those sleepless nights, here are some creative and out of the (tie) box ideas...

:: Classic Dad::
For the Dad who like to keep things traditional, a little preppy, and stylish.  Try a gingham shirt (in a variety of colors), a Timex watch with a leather strap (what could be more classic?), or a new spin on a traditional loafer

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:: Caffeinated Pop ::
Whether he's a new father with responsibility for late-night feedings, or a seasoned veteran who loves his coffee, grab him one (or three) of these options.  A french press is a welcome change from the instant coffee maker, a coffee of the month club delivery honors him all year long, and this cheeky mug is just too good to resist.  

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 :: Good Times Guy ::
If Dad likes to enjoy a cocktail or two, try something from this set.  These rocking tumblers make a fun party trick, this customizable whiskey barrel lets the aficionado make his own batch of oak barrel whiskey, and this Craft Cocktail book makes entertaining a breeze.  

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:: Road Warrior ::
Maybe Dad has to travel often for work?  Maybe Dad just likes to travel for fun?  Either way, these gifts will come in handy.  Grab a deluxe travel kit for him to make airport security (and staying groomed on the road) a breeze.  Dad would also love these beechwood earphones - perfect for listening to podcasts on his morning commute or watching movies on the plane.  Finally, the 36 Hour Book from the New York Times is the perfect gift for the traveling Pop - full of travel inspiration, the book details how a visitor can maximize just 36 hours in any number of cities.  

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One final foolproof gift?  Gift cards.  Grab a card wallet (I like this one, this one, and this one), and fill it with gift cards Dad will love.  Keep the gift cards personal where you can.  I especially like the idea of restaurant gift cards to go out to lunch or dinner or a gift card to his favorite store.   

Have you already done your Father's Day shopping?  How will you honor Dad this year?

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1 comment:

  1. These are all great ideas! My husband would love the Good Times Guy picks!