16th Jun 2016
Make your father feel extra-special on Sunday with one of these stylish gift ideas.
This sophisticated Italian-made silk scarf has a wool blend reverse and is perfect for the man who prides himself on his appearance, but likes a touch of eccentricity too?? if you look closely at the print, it’s designed around miniature red lips.
Add a twist to the traditional Father’s Day gift of cufflinks by choosing these skull motif versions.
This smart necktie is made from 100 per cent organic Irish linen, faced with chambray cotton and made in Ireland.
Practical and smart, this chic straw hat can be worn casually with shorts, or elevated by pairing it with jeans and a blazer. Perfect for cool dads!
This canvas toiletry bag comes in mustard, burgundy, denim and green. A perfect pre-holiday gift.
For dads who like to get out and about at the weekends, this stone suede backpack is a cut about a?boring black canvas bag.
Old-fashioned tie pins are enjoying a renaissance. This is an elegant gift for a dapper dad.
This vibrant coloured sports bag will add serious style to any sports-orientated dads. Pool your resources with your siblings and splash out.
This simple crew-neck T-shirt features a chest pocket detailed with the iconic Barbour dress tartan. It will add a subtly stylish addition to any man’s wardrobe.
This classic wristwatch will always look stylish. A great investment buy. Have it engraved to make it an extra-special gift.
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