Fathers Day Preparation For Every Man

1950s Dad

1950s dadNow before you say, “Whoa this is just like Woolworth’s putting out Easter eggs three months early, father’s day is ages away” we realise we still have a solid month before celebrating our paternal sires (Sunday, September 1st to be exact), but there is nothing like a bit of planning to ensure things go smoothly.

Anyway, it is never too early to start thinking about what to get the big man on his special day! Of course, shopping for a dad can be a tricky situation, especially if your father is a proudly big and tall man, which is why we have put together this list of suggestions to take the pain and stress out of your dutiful shopping experience.

After spending a significant amount of time mulling over the unfathomable mystery of what, exactly, they might want, be the man a classic traditionalist, an athletic type, or a new age gadget man— we think we have come up with a few great options for you to consider.

The Traditionalist:Robe option For the man with no time for these “new age” fads like I-pads, and absolutely no interest in having his face on any “book”, we have a solid father’s day idea.

The Robe. We have a theory that all men, especially the classic traditionalist types, want to be this guy (picture to the right). Wrapped in a smoking jacket, with a tipple of brandy by an open fireplace. But as smoking is a big no health wise, and the smoking jacket generally fell out of production, we have found this soft, elegant plum coloured dressing gown from Pierre Cardin to take its place. Seriously, just one touch of the plush texture will have even the sternest of fathers sold. If you’re feeling generous, why not throw in a bottle of brandy and give the old man some space to live out those long suppressed Humphrey Bogart impressions.

The Sports Fan:  It’s got to be, that at least one in five fathers is the die-hard sports fan type, so we have thought long and hard to come up with something unique for the big man who loves his outdoor activities. The obvious sports memorabilia aside, there are a few great options to give the man who will traipse along to a game, rain, hail or shine.

Why not give the gift which will keep him warm during these adventures?  This R.M. Williams rugby top will ensure he stays comfortable, stylish and toasty during those long winter games. Throw in a manly and understated scarf and you have the ultimate winter sports survival present for any pastime.

gadgetsThe Gadget Guy:  This year, why not save yourself the hassle of tracking down the most recent addition to this gadget addict’s collection of redundant technology and try something new. Choose an item which will accommodate his many gadgets, like a stylish and classic moleskin coat with four huge pockets to house his every contraption.

This terrific khaki Blazer original is made from high quality fabrics and innovative technology to produce a coat that not only looks great but feels extremely comfortable on the body.

All else fails, as the saying goes: Give the gift you would like to receive…so you can borrow it later.

Blog Writing by Alexandra Jones-Best

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