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Father’s Day Gift Guide

2017 May 24
by WWGD

Father’s Day is around the corner and I thought you’d appreciate some suggestions on what to get for the guy in your life. My husband always feels guilty about buying himself…anything. So I like to take the opportunity to spoil him with some things he wouldn’t typically get for himself. Here are some of the best:

A subscription to his favorite magazine. In our case, that means the Surfer’s Journal. For your guy, it might mean Monocle. Or European Car. Or National Geographic. It’s such a simple gift but it pops up every month to put a smile on his face.

 

 

Reigning Champ slim sweatpants. My husband has a hard time investing in his own comfort so when I did it for him, it went a very long way. These are the best sweatpants — they have a slim but not too slim cut that doesn’t stretch out or lose shape, amazing cotton quality and colors that don’t fade in the wash. And they get washed a lot. 

 

The perfect tee. My man is a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy and finding the right one took his daily uniform to a new level. He likes the ones from Everlane but he LOVES the ones from Lone Flag, a local San Diego-based brand. The cut is perfect, the cotton is soft and again, no fading or stretching. It fits like the first time, every time.

 

Some fancy face stuff. A few years ago I bought my husband some Kiehl’s men’s products for Christmas. He sort of snubbed them because he’s not a “fancy” face stuff kind of guy. Until he tried them. Now he can’t go back. He is addicted to his little regimen and his (ahem, aging) skin is thankful, too. This Kiehl’s beard grooming oil is a great way to dip your guy’s toe into a men’s grooming routine. It smells heavenly, it will look good on his side of the counter and it’s one little step that will go a long way. If he is not a beard guy (lucky you, ha ha!), this starter kit is a perfect pick.

 

Books, books, books. And some time to actually sit down and read them. With a cold beer in hand. Here are my husband’s favorites: Born Standing Up by Steve Martin, Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis, Shoe Dog by Phil Knight, Life by Keith Richards, Barbarian Days by William Finnegan and Hosoi: My Life as a Skateboarder Junkie Inmate Pastor by Christian Hosoi. Skaters, surfers, rock ‘n’ rollers and a sneakerhead. Yep, sounds about right.

Happy dad’s day to you and yours!

PS – Father’s Day is apparently June 18th and NOT June 11th, as I thought…hence this ridiculously early post. Just a heads up in case you thought the same 😉

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