I don’t know if I’ve ever met a single woman who doesn’t struggle to buy for the men in her life. For some reason men can be absolutely impossible to buy for and the ones in my life are no exception. I’ve put together this gift guide that contains some items that you might not have thought of before and also some trusty old faithfuls. I hope it helps anyone who might have just realised that it is only three weeks until the big day and that they still have no presents bought for the men in the family. I know that feeling oh so well, so here are a few ideas for you:
For the Dad who likes to stay groomed
Bed Head have a great range of Grooming Kits for men that would make a great stocking filler and keep the men in your life well groomed. I feel like you really can’t go wrong with this sort of gift and it’s nice to give a present that you know will get used, if only for the reason that they have run out of their usual go to shampoo.
For the Dad who fancies himself to be a whisky connoisseur
Why not get one of these fabulous whisky baubles from The Lakes Distillery? They also have a range of other spirit baubles if whisky isn’t his cup of tea and they would make the perfect unique gift for a dad who is usually hard to buy for but who loves a tipple.
For the Dad who loves a bit of tech
skates.co.uk have a great range of products to help a Dad relive his youth, from mini BMX bikes to roller skates there’s enough to keep anyone busy. They also sell some great techy bits such as this Freeflo Tour 4K HD Action Sports Camera which will appeal to his geeky side!
For the Dad who likes to be a bit fancy
Sometimes it’s good to think outside the box so why not go for one of these Calligraphy sets from Sheaffer. They have something to suit all budgets and tastes and would make a great alternative present for a dad that might like to express his creative side and feel a bit fancy every once in a while.
For the Dad who thinks he’s Gordon Ramsay
We all know a man who fancies themselves to be the next big thing in the kitchen so why not get them some pans to match up to that ego? JML sell a great range of products but the thing that really caught my eye was these copper and stone pans. The wood effect handle is a lovely touch and they will look great in any kitchen no matter who ends up doing the cooking.
I hope these ideas have been helpful. What are your go to gifts for those hard to buy for men in your life?
*This post contains items that were gifted to me, all opinions are my own.