Only one of these is a pair of socks
Confession: I slack on Father’s Day gifts because my father is the least fussy person on the planet. Every question from which colour chinos he would like to what he wants for dinner is met with a shrug and a smile. If it weren’t for me, my sisters and my mom, the man might forget his own birthday (mere days after father’s day, but he still might). Nonetheless, he’s a great dad, and I should celebrate that. So should you. With your dad, not mine. Here are a few things he might like:
Rock fiend or Jazz fan, your dad deserves to listen to his old-school beats in peace.
Socks may seem like a cop out, but think of how happy he’ll be that you’ve saved him an otherwise pointless trip to the mall.
If the socks don’t feel like enough, double up on the pragmatism with a double pack of branded briefs.
Wrap him in sentiment with a sweet card, but wrap him up for real with a sweater too — it’s cold outside.
For the new dad still having his clothes messed up by juice boxes and pureed broccoli, update his look with a fresh, stylish shirt.
His vinyl collection can do a little more than gather dust if you get him a modern turntable.
Simplify his morning routine with some easy to wear basics like these hardy poplin shirts.
Whatever his lifestyle, a new pair of classy leather shoes are just what he needs.
Gift him this Ridley's chess & draughts kit for some fun, healthy competition, and mind sharpening rolled into one.
For an epic surprise splurge, toss as many of the previous 9 as you like into one of these.