Father’s Day 2013 – Gift Ideas
Your dad might not always know best, but he probably doesn’t deserve another necktie as Father’s Day gift. Some fathers are quite easy to shop for: baseball tickets, gift cards, bow ties… But, there are other dads who are looking for a meaningful Father’s Day gift. Need some help? We’ll try to give you some clever, practical or unexpected gift ideas. First, think about your dad. What’s he like?
If your dad makes the right decisions and sticks with them, if he has developed his style and tastes long before you were born, then you have a classic dad. Don’t try anything unusual and unexpected. He is loyal to what has served him well for several decades. Has he been using one cologne for men since ever? Then, shop it for him. He would be satisfied knowing you care, observe, notice and appreciate his tastes.
Who is the first person you ask when you want to look good at a formal occasion? If it’s your dad, you probably have a dapper dad, a man who always looks the part, from wingtips to hairline. If his co-workers keep adjusting their neckties after noticing your father walked in the room, then he is the fashionable guy who does not deserve ugly cuff links. First, he won’t wear them. Second, he’ll be insulted. Get him something fashionable and luxurious.
Is your father a DIYer who thinks being an ultimate engineer of his home is one of the most important things in life? Is he the one always looking for better tools and DIY equipment to make some lovely things from raw wood or to modernize his home? Don’t buy him “best dad” cup, bow tie or anything fashionable. Purchase something he will use while working in the garage, backyard or house.