Father’s Day Gift Guide


It’s rolled around again, that time of the year when daddykins, father, dad, whatever you call him, gets spoilt rotten for the day. I mean everyday you should appreciate your dad but that’s common knowledge. I already have my dad’s gift so I thought I’d help you guys out with a little inspiration in the form of a Father’s Day Gift Guide.

There’s a little something for every kind of dad so I’ve sectioned them into the relevant categories. 

Mens FashionFrom left to right – Slim Fit Short Sleeve Stretch Oxford Shirt (£18.00) | New Look Biker Jacket In Black (£49.99) | Mantaray – Grey Linen Blend Regular Fit Trousers (£42.00) | Wide Fit Tassel Loafers In Tan Leather With Fringe And Natural Sole (£40.00) | Brown Flapover Satchel Bag (£20.00) | Long Sleeve Gingham Check Shirt (£22.00) | 

For the fashionistas, a smart shirt or a swag-worthy pair of shoes will always go down well. No longer do dads have to have shirts older than their 25 year old kidsthis was actually I thing with my own dad when I was a teen. Loafers seem to be the best footwear for looking smart but comfortable and I personally would like some for myself.

Sam is a major fan of the man bag and he mostly gets an flap-over satchel like the one I’ve featured above. I find it boggling that a lot of men don’t carry a bag but I suppose they don’t carry the amount of crap I love to hoard around with me.

Food and DrinkFrom left to right – Best of British Beer 9 Bottle Crate (£42.99) | Personalised Guinness Pint Glass (£16.99) | This Dad Cooks Apron (£14.99Three Month Artisan Charcuterie Subscription (£99.00)

Dads who love a bevvy and their food are the best dads in my mind because they are men after my own heart. Food and drink is what makes life great so why not treat your dad to a monthly beer subscription or even get a personalised father’s day gift, such as an apron or pint glass so he can show it off at every available moment.

FitnessFrom left to right – Adidas Originals I-5923 Boost Runner Trainer (£99.99) | Sweat Vest (£18.99) | Nike Brasilia Medium Holdall (£19.99)

I don’t know about your dad but mine has definitely got his health kick on at the moment and putting me totally to shame with his trips to the gym whilst I’m binging on the sofa. He asked for the neoprene vest which apparently allows you to burn fat quicker.

This post has also reminded me that I desperately need some new trainers because it definitely makes the difference when training, especially running. However, I didn’t realise just how expensive trainers have become. Why is that?

TechnologyAmazon Echo (£39.99) | Sony WH-CH500 Wireless On Ear Headphones (£49.99) | Crosley Switch II Bluetooth Vinyl Record Player (£200.00) | Drone Camera (£49.99)

And finally, the gadget guys. For the tech obsessed, here’s a selection of products that will have you wearing that ‘favourite child‘ badge all day. Give your ears a rest and let Alexa answer all your father’s requests. Or if your dad is a music buff, a record player or wireless headphones will go down very well.

What do you think you’ll be getting your dad this Father’s Day? Let me know in the comments below.


*Disclaimer – This is a collaborative post. All words are my own.

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