Last minute gifts to make Father's Day more fashionable
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Father’s Day is fast approaching, and with less than a week to go many of us have reached the last minute panic of gift hunting. Here’s a definitive guide of simple wardrobe staples that can be used to smarten up any dad’s summertime wardrobe:
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A new luggage bag is the perfect stylish addition for dads that are always on the go. Upgrade his bashed up rucksack for something a little more elegant. It doesn’t have to be expensive either – this holdall from ASOS is simple, classy and will only leave a £35 hole in your pocket. Wallets
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A new wallet will always go down well – especially when they come with a personal touch. An embossed wallet will not only have your dad feeling like a VIP, but will also show that you put some thought into the gift. You can order this personalised Italian leather wallet from Next for £28.
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Ties are a simple but effective way to jazz up a whole outfit. The right tie with the right suit can completely transform a look. Take your dad outside his comfort zone and swap his dark, colour-block ties for something a little more exciting. This floral tie from Debenhams is only £10. Watches
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It’s hard to go wrong with a watch – they’re both functional and stylish. While they tend to be a little pricier than the other items on the list, if you’re willing to splurge a little it would be a great gift for your dad. This sleek and stylish watch is £99 from John Lewis and comes with a two-year guarantee. Beard Grooming
While it’s not strictly a fashion accessory, a beard maintenance kit will have your dad’s facial hair looking fresh and tidy, as well as giving him a renewed sense of confidence in his own face. A compact kit will have him running his own personal salon from the family toilet. Mo Bro’s Grooming Kit is available from Debenhams for £25. However, more important than anything that money can buy is simply letting your dad know that you care. Bring him breakfast in bed, do all the household errands for the day, even a card full of all the reasons that you're grateful for everything he does. Above all else, the thought of the gift will mean more to him than any price tag. Lead image credit: Annie Spratt , via UnsplashView this post on Instagram
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