With June and summer now in full swing Father’s day is just around the corner and we have created a comprehensive guide to help you decide what to buy the man in your life. Men can be difficult to buy for but if they are into clothes or they have a particular style they like you can find endless amounts of inspiration. If you struggle for ideas or your dad is just impossible to buy for let us help, with this fail safe guide you will come away with at least a couple of ideas for your dad on his special day.
- Slippers: Slippers are such a typical dad or Father’s day present, but they are practical too. If your dad likes a bit of comfort when he is at home or likes to walk around the house with something on his feet then slippers might just be the perfect present this Father’s day. There are so many different types so be sure to try and find out what style your dad would prefer, from a general slip on to moccasins there is every style and color to suit your dad this Fathers Day.
- Bathrobe: Dad’s like to be pampered too, they just do not really verbalise it and so a bathrobe might be the perfect choice if this sounds like your dad. Whether it’s for hanging out around the house before bed or for relaxing after a bath or shower, show dad you are happy to pamper him with a soft and comfortable bathrobe.
- T-shirts/Shirts: Dad can never have too many t-shirts, right? Whatever style of clothing your dad is into there is always a call for a t-shirt or two, whether it is to sleep in, work in the garden in, take on vacation or work out in, a plain t-shirt will always be appreciated. If you dad likes to dress a bit more formally you could always get him a dress shirt, or for the more casual dad a plaid shirt always works well coupled with a pair of jeans.
- Sports gear: If your dad or the man in your life is the sporty type then why not consider some workout clothes. There are many t-shirts or workout shorts available, or if you think your dad could use some extra warmth throughout the colder months consider a lightweight hooded top to keep him warm. For smaller items there are always sweatbands or trainer socks. If you are looking to get him a bit of a larger or more expensive present why not a pair of his favorite sneakers?