Gift Ideas For Young Dads

Thursday, May 25, 2017
Image from Victoria Ling via Pinterest
In the UK Father's Day is not far away! Or perhaps you’re feeling generous and want to buy them a gift out of the blue? Either way, I’ve come up with four trendy gift ideas that will please your dad while also ensuring they always look their best! 

Designer Sweatpants 
We wouldn't usually admit it but comfy clothes and pyjamas are what we would all want to wear most of the them. Men love them because they’re nice and comfy, and it just means they can relax. When they’re at home, it doesn’t really matter if they’re wearing sweatpants all the time. But, it’s when they nip out and still wear them that things get problematic. You love them but it can be a bit embarrassing when you go for a quick coffee, and they’re in their raggy old sweatpants. Which is why this gift idea is so great! Instead of them wearing old and unfashionable sweatpants, you can buy them a pair of designer ones that look a lot nicer. You can get some from top brands like Hugo Boss that are nicely styled and designed to give a fitted look rather than be all baggy. Now, they can go out wearing their sweatpants and still look as good and fashionable as ever! 

Beard Grooming Kit 
Some guys look great with beards but what we can all agree on is that an unkempt beard or stubble is just not a good look for most. If you’re gonna rock the beard/stubble look, at least make sure everything is shaped and looking nice and smart. So, a beard grooming kit makes for a really trendy gift idea. It provides the tools to keep their beard nice and shapely at all times. They can look after it, and ensure they rock the bearded look with ease. Likewise, they can use the clippers to shave off their beard extremely quickly, which gets rid of the excuse that they ‘didn’t have enough time to shave'. A grooming kit is useful for dads that have beards and for ones that like to keep things smooth on their face. 

Designer Sunglasses 
I don’t know what it is but some dads just can’t seem to pick out a nice pair that suits their face. Either that or they just don’t bother buying any and ruin all your summer holiday photos by squinting in every picture - it's the dad thing to do. It’s a general rule of fashion that sunglasses make everyone look better. Of course, as someone that’s probably more in-tune to fashion than they are, you’ll know what sunglasses work best for them. So, it’s the perfect excuse to go out and get them a pair as a gift. You’ll find that the general reaction will be something along the lines of ‘I’ve been meaning to get some sunglasses for ages’. They’re one of those things that dads just always forget about which makes them a brilliant gift!

Designer Coat 
If there’s one item of clothing that many dads seem to get wrong all the time, it’s their coat. Dads just can’t seem to pick out good coats. They either choose something that’s very specifically made for a certain type of weather. For example, a big thick parka that’s meant for extreme cold and wetness and my dad tends to wear the exact same coat and jackets all of the time - it's his dad look. Or, they choose something that just doesn’t go well with other clothes. What you need to do is buy them a nice designer coat that’s suitable for various conditions and can be worn with pretty much any other outfit. Black or blue coats are popular for the second reason; they suit pretty much any outfit. Then, you want to look for something that’s waterproof but also quite lightweight so it can be worn when it’s not super cold out then there won't be any more frustrating shopping expeditions where nothing is bought but the same shirt as the others in his wardrobe. 


What do you think of these gift ideas? What do you buy for father's day or birthdays? 


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20 comments

  1. I think a beard grooming kit is one of the best options. They always seem so luxurious to xx

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  2. My dads not the youngest admittedly but I find it so difficult to buy for him whether it's his birthday or Father's Day. So many lovely ideas though x

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  3. This is the first year I have two presents to buy for: my dad and my husband from our baby. I was really struggling for ideas so thanks for sharing this!

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  4. Gonna get my dad a book probably! Love the images here x

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  5. My Dad is so easy to buy for - a shirt & a bottle of wine and he's happy! xx

    Beautylymin| LuxurySkincareGiveaway

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  6. My dad is so hard to buy for. I love doing gift posts.

    www.EmmysBeautyCave.com

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  7. Fathers day is one holiday I don't need to buy for I'm afraid! :( Your options sound lovely though!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  8. Mine has got his present already but this is such a good list x

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  9. I love the Sunglasses idea! I would never have thought of that! A good idea for my husband! My dad was always super easy to buy for....he was obsessed with cooking, so any new recipe books or kitchen gadgets. xoxo

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  10. You can't go wrong with his favourite cologne. This is such a great list :) http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2017/05/summers-best-bikini-wishlist.html

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  11. Great choices for younger fathers

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  12. such great picks for young dads; mine is a bit older so he gets socks and rum haha

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  13. I never know what to buy my Dad, it's so hard!

    Cally | xcallyloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. A beard grooming kit is a fab idea! X

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  15. Oh no I really didn't realise fathers day was so soon! Some great ideas, my dad is the hardest person to buy for!!!

    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

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  16. I don't have dad so this holiday is not for me but great picks

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  17. Some fab ideas here - thanks! x

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  18. Beard grooming kits are always a winner.

    Katie x
    www.katie-middleton.co.uk

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  19. This is such a good idea - people forget some dads are young!

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