Father's Day Gift Guide

Father's Day Gift Guide

From changing your nappies to surviving your moody teenager phase, your Dad has been through a lot. While I'm sure you show the Father figure in your life how much you care all year round, the day is fast approaching where we all like to make an extra special effort when it comes to celebrating his awesomeness.

However, life can get a little hectic sometimes and time can run away with us. So if you bolted up right this morning (or this is the first you're hearing of it at all...) with the dreaded realisation that you don't have a Father's Day gift for this Sunday the 17th, then fear not because we've got your back! Keep scrolling for some truly spiffing ideas in our Father's Day Gift Guide, suitable for any kind of Dad out there.

The Stylish Dad.
The Dad who always likes to look his best and feel smart and put together even on his days off. He likes to invest in premium and know the shirt on his back is more than just a piece of material. Our 'Oswald' shirt with a Grandad collar in a deep maroon shade is the gift he's been waiting for. It's the perfect day to night shirt guaranteed to get people talking at any family event or drinks with his friends. Or maybe he likes a bit more colour in the summer months? 'Clarence' is a breathable and lightweight seersucker short sleeve and comes in two different colour ways: blue and pink. And to celebrate how great Dads are, we're giving you 15% off your order! Just enter the code 'FATHERSDAY' into the code box at checkout.

Psst... If you order before Thursday evening you'll receive it in time for the big day too.

Oswald - £58 & Clarence (Pink/Blue) - £56

The Adventurous Dad.
The Dad who never stops. Who wants to explore the world in all of it's glory and loves the outdoors. If you are also inclined to a bit of exploration, why not accompany him on a day of extreme sports such as skydiving, indoor skiing or quad biking? If you fancy something a little less intense but still outside the box, go for a day deep sea fishing or scuba diving (if you can stand the chill!). Then, treat him to a meal and a refreshing beer after an adrenalin filled day.


The Fitness Dad.
The Dad who runs that extra mile. Whether your Dad has taken care of his health and fitness for a while or has just decided to venture into the area, get him something that will help. Fitness watches aren't the bulky unsightly things they used to be. Coming in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit any style they're really handy for someone who is trying to maintain or improve their fitness. You can go for a fitness only watch such as the Fitbit or if money is no object when it comes to treating him, an Apple watch does all the fitness things and more. There really is a variety of watches out there for almost any budget.

Fitbit - prices vary

The Foodie Dad.
The Dad who loves his food. You would be hard pressed to find a Dad that wasn't some form of foodie. My Dad is particularly fond of steak and good wine. If you're Father is the same, you could book onto a food or drink tasting course for the two of you or for him and a guest. Take his tastebuds on a trip to vineyards all around the world with a wine tasting or grab tickets for a food tour in the city. Just steer clear of tight waistbands on the day.


The Well Groomed Dad.
The Dad who loves a trim. Some say that when you become a parent you don't have time for all the things you used to do. And when I say some, I mean EVERYONE. To show him it's not just Mum who should take the time to pamper herself, grooming kits are a great option. If your Dad has facial hair, get him a kit to maintain it and keep it looking pristine. If he prefers a clean shaven look, a kit with a good quality razor and shaving brush is perfect. Some post-shave skincare thrown into the mix is the perfect final addition to the gift.


Still struggling? If you have ones of those Dads who seems to have everything he could ever wish for, we've got something to help you out. Below are our picks for some random yet great gifts your Dad didn't even know he wanted!

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