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A Father's Day Guide to Gift Giving
Father's Day is an opportunity to celebrate and honor the man who helped us become who we are today. Our fathers picked us up when we fell down, inspired us to chase our dreams, and somehow made those Crocs look halfway decent with socks. From ridding our bedrooms of monsters to teaching us how to change a tire, Dad has always been a source of comfort and support, even when we didn't think we needed any.
Nobody knows your father better than you, and though you may not be able to repay him for all the sacrifices he's made for you over the years, the least you can do is give him a thoughtful gift to say, "Thanks, old man."
Present something personal:
If you're going to opt for clothing, try to find something with sentimental value. A pair of cufflinks is a great gift that'll let Dad express himself while still looking classy. With endless styles to choose from and even the option to customize them, you can give your dad a one-of-a-kind gift that fits him perfectly.
A tie bar is another fashionable accessory that will keep your dad looking chic all summer long! After a quick trip to your local engraver, give your dad a gift he won't be able to find anywhere else.
Find something functional:
Whether your dad is formal or a bit rough around the edges, every man needs a nice wallet or money clip. Nowadays, nobody walks around with cash and credit cards loose in their pockets. Help your dad keep his hard earned money organized and easily accessible.
If your father has caught the travel bug, or has a profession that requires him to be on the road, then a new set of luggage is the ideal gift this Father's Day. Help him to keep all of his belongings organized and look good while doing it.
Make some memories:
Think about the things your father enjoys and share in these activities with him. If he's a big music fan, then grab two tickets to a local concert. If he's more of an outdoorsman, plan a trip for the two of you. If he's a foodie, take him to the hot, new restaurant in town, or if you're feeling brave, put on the apron and cook a meal yourself. Sharing in his interests is a gift that will top any material item.
Dads can be hard to shop for, but no matter what type of guy your father is, these gifts will help to make this Father's Day an unforgettable one.