Just like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day has rolled up quickly as well. Dads are notoriously hard to shop for! I feel like Dads are usually the ones that “don’t want anything.” (at least that is the response I got this year when I asked about Father’s Day gift ideas lol) This year, if you’re stuck in a bind I have a few good suggestions that you can get for Dad!
A little insider secret here, Target has nice Men’s polos! You can check out this nice one here. A classic polo shirt is always a good gift. Even if Dad is more particular about his polos you can pick one up from his favorite store in a new color!
Toiletry bag or weekender bag
I really like gifting practical items I know people will use and these are two items he can get good use out of, especially if he travels often. Clearly, I love Target like most people so here is a nice toiletry bag, and a weekender bag to match it!
Jewelry case or tie organizer
Does Dad need a little help staying organized? These are two things that can add a little bit of order to his life.
Books to learn a new craft
Whether its to learn how to start a garden or learning how to make your own beer, there are so many fun books to learn random skills.
Nice Shaving Accessories
Dad probably has been using the same shaving system he always has, and I don’t blame him! But maybe he could benefit from nice shaving products or shaving tools that are more high tech.
Coffee related gifts
Who doesn’t love coffee?! (Oddly enough, I actually know a few crazy people that don’t) But if Dad loves coffee, get him some good quality coffee or maybe even a french press or a Nespresso machine from Target to take his coffee experience to the next level.
Outdoorsy gifts for hiking or hunting
When it comes to outdoor activities, it seems like there is always some new gadget to try out. Is there something he might be able to use on his next camping or hunting trip? REI always has a lot of cool items to check out.
Personalized Father’s Day Gift Ideas:
The gift of Experience
Whether this is a sporting event, movies, and art class or whatever else dad likes, gifts of experience are always a great opportunity to spend quality time together. Experience is the gift of creating new fun memories and that is priceless! In my Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Post I shared more experience options.
If your dad has a favorite sports team, you can get him some customized sports memorabilia. Etsy has really cute options for this.
Nice picture frame
Gifting a nice picture frame with one of your favorite memories is a nice and simple gesture that he can always look back on. I personally love having pictures around, so I like to give them as gifts as well.
Who is the hardest person in your family to shop for? I hope this list helped you for your Father’s Day Gift Ideas!