If you want to get something special for your dad this year, this Father’s Day gift guide has tons of ideas that will work for any budget. I did some consulting with my dad while creating this and they are all definitely dad approved gifts ;)!
Le Creuset 5 piece set // Willam’s Sonoma // $72 – Perf for the dad who loves to cook.
Jaybird wireless headphones // Best Buy // $130
Money Clip // Tiffany & Co. // $260 – If you want to get super sentimental there is an engraving option.
Hugo Boss robe // MR PORTER // $65
Grill basket // Crate & Barrel // $45 – A BBQ essential, duh.
Clarisonic Alpha Fit Cleansing System // Sephora // $269 – My dad loves his! I have a full post on why the Clarisonic is a total game changer.
Ugg slippers // Nordstrom //$150
What I Love About Dad Book // Urban Outfitters // $10 // – All you have to do is fill in the blanks.
Riedel Wine Glasses // Macy’s //$64 – The crème de la crème of wine glasses.
S’well bottle // Nordstrom // $48
Jack Black Skin Saviours // Nordstrom // $48 – My dad and BF both love this product line!
Subscription Boxes are always really fun, I’ve picked a few based on different “dad interests” LOL. All of them ship to Canada and the US :). Fishing // Outdoors/Camping // Craft Beer // Culture Carton (books, socks, snacks… a variety of man things!)
So while these are all great gifts, you don’t have to spend a ton of money to show your dad how much you love and appreciate him. Spending quality time together and sharing an experience is always fun. Going for a hike, making a meal together, or taking a cooking (or pottery or whatever he’s into) class is a nice way to bond. Making a little scrapbook, memory book, or even a framed photo of the two of you is also a no-fail present. I think a handwritten letter or card is always really cute, it might take a bit longer than writing an email or text but it’s SO much more meaningful.