Father’s Day 2018: Five best gifts for stylish dads

Sarah Young@sarah_j_young
Friday 15 June 2018 12:00
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Father’s Day is fast approaching – this year it falls on June 17 – and it offers the perfect opportunity to really say thank you to the man who has shown you unconditional love over the years.

But this time round let’s take a break from the practical home appliances, pairs of socks and “World’s Best Dad” mugs and give him something he really wants instead.

If your dad, grandfather, step-dad or father-in-law is the kind of guy that knows a thing or two about personal style, there are luckily plenty of ways you can indulge his interests and spoil him at the same time.

Shopping for a fashionable fella? Then why not give him a gift that’s as incredible and reliable as he is.

Something that will really set him and his style apart from the crowd, a watch is both a practical and indulgent offering. We suggest investing in something from Scandinavian brand Skagen that, while minimalist in design, promises maximum style points.

Grenen Slim Black Steel-Mesh Watch, £155, Skagen

Alternatively, pep up his back pocket with a high-style accessory like a sleek cardholder from Filson. Made from sumptuous leather, their offerings put a stylish spin on an otherwise everyday essential.

Filson, Leather Cardholder, £75, Mr Porter

You could also help to update his wardrobe for summer – but if you’re worried about getting it wrong, stick to something like a classic T-shirt in an agreeable colour.

T-Shirt with Rib Neck, £19, Cos

If the guy in your life is more into grooming than garb, you could also spoil him with some pint-sized skincare for his travels or a new luxurious fragrance.

Lily & Lionel Luxury Travel Collection for Him, £45, Elemis

As far as new launches go, Chanel’s new variation Bleu de Chanel Parfum is a failsafe option, while those who prefer something a little different should opt for a zesty seasonal scent like Tom Ford’s Neroli Portofino.

Tom Ford Beauty, Neroli Portofino, £158, Selfridges

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