‘Tis the season for so much joy and celebrating (and baking, of course). ‘Tis also the season to roam the mall aimlessly wondering what on earth to get your boyfriend, fiancé, husband, dad, granddad, the list goes on. Buying for the boys can be a daunting task.
How to Find Him the Perfect Gift:
While I like to buy gifts for the women in my life that they may not always buy for themselves (a splurge, if you will), sometimes for the men in your life, it’s the classics and staples they really appreciate. Take the three-pack of high quality shirts, for instance. That’s one of my husband’s favorite gifts; I kid you not. Last year, I got him a classic pair of snow boots, and that was another awesome gift he actually used and was happy to have. Win, win.
Of course, splurges make them plenty happy. Especially if you know them well enough to know just what splurge would really make their day/week/year. This year, for my hubby’s birthday, it was the apple watch. Oh yeah, he was excited.
Here are a few of my favorite gifts for him …
Alexander Olch The Prime Donegal Necktie // Theory Foldin Bow Tie // Master-Piece Equipment Key Fob // Billykirk Leather Schoolboy Satchel // Begg & Co. Harvey Scarf // Rag & Bone Standard Issue Standard Issue Baseball Cap // Apple Watch // Icon Q Bluetooth Headphones // J.W. Hulme Co. Valet Tray // Vitra George Nelson Night Clock // Triple C Power Card // Calvin Klein Underwear 3 Pack V Neck T-Shirts // Owen and Fred Work Hard Play Hard Duffel Bag // Marshall Woburn Speaker // Faribault Woolen Mills Buffalo Check Throw // Bean Boots by L.L.Bean // Paul Smith Multi Block Stripe Socks // Marc by Marc Jacobs Round Sunglasses
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