Father’s Day Checklist: What Should You Buy For The Man In Your Life?
Father’s Day is almost upon us and it’s time to start thinking about how we’re going to treat the men in our lives.
As usual, there are many options available, with brands across the country releasing their gift ideas ahead of June 16.If you’re looking for some ideas about what to get your father, or perhaps even partner on behalf of your child, below you’ll find some of the top gifts almost every father would enjoy…
Short Sleeve Shirts
Summer is fast approaching so it’s the ideal opportunity to contribute some new items to your Dad’s wardrobe. Many men rarely feel the need to treat themselves so a it’s always a nice gesture to update their wardrobe with some trendy new gear.
Short sleeve shirts are always a good option as they are comfortable and can be adapted to different occasions, whether it be trips to the park or dress down day in the office.
Jacamo have a great range of short sleeved shirts in stock at the moment ranging from classic Hawaiian shirts to denim, linen and a whole heap of colourways.
Perhaps a little more of an expense, but a fantastic present nonetheless is a record player. Vinyl is well and truly back in fashion with sales now enjoying a 3.6% market share, including streaming and you can pick up a relatively good player at a reasonable cost.
There are tables available to suit all budgets and ranging from around £40 up into the thousands.
Amazon are currently stocking an Akai three speed turntable for just £29.99 making the perfect Father’s Day gift, along with a few records too of course.
Everyone loves a coffee in the morning and it tastes that much better when the beans have been freshly ground. Coffee grinders are anywhere between £5 to £35, with the more basic models being manual and the more expensive being electronic.
If your Dad is the sort of person to take a coffee to work in the morning or enjoy a brew on a weekend morning, a coffee grinder can take that flavour to the next level.
The Independent built this handy little guide with their top 10, so take a look and get your Father’s Day present sorted.
For a simpler gift, a notebook can prove a good option, particularly for those Dads who keep a diary, whether that be for business or pleasure.
Moleskine make beautiful notebooks and diaries and even allow you to personalise them. Why not emboss Dad into the cover or a nice message inside and make sure he knows you’re close to his heart at all times.