Because guys can be THE hardest to shop for, some ideas to add to your tool kit. Pun totally intended.
Socks. (I know, seems boring, BUT not the plain white athletic kind, the fun kind.) If your husband/dad wears a suit to work, crazy socks can be a fun way to add some hidden flair to a traditional business "uniform" without being overly flashy. These are by Happy Socks, they have a large selection of creative prints and the quality has been great.
Ties. Another maybe seemingly "boring" gift, but since these are a part of Daniel's everyday wardrobe and he hates buying them, it's actually a useful and helpful thing for him. He likes the skinny ones by Dazi. They have unique prints with contrasting backings. That light chambray one is so versatile and works for all seasons.
Watch. One of my favorite men's accessories is a giant watch, this one is by The 5th. Love the matte black on black.
Tickets to a game or concert. Easy date idea and I always love gifting an "experience" over a thing. If you're local to the PNW, Chateau St. Michelle has an outdoor concert series in the summer (think outdoor music, picnic blankets and wine).
Sunglasses. Classicly cool.
BBQ or grilling tools.
Wireless earbuds. For working out, mowing the lawn, etc. These are by Sudio Sweden, I have the same style in a different color and love the wireless feature. Get 15% off with ALLIESEIDEL.
Cocktail tools and/or whiskey or their drink of choice.
Just some ideas to get you started. Have fun celebrating all the dads in your life!
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