- For the man who isn’t a fan of the cold – Joe Fresh
- For the coffee connoisseur – Chemex
- Beard oil because tis’ the season of dry everything – Province and Apothecary
- Rodeo themed wallet –Coach
- Create woodsy indoor vibes with aroma therapy – Saje
- For the man on the move – Herschel
- Bring the big screen home – Amazon
- Ever wanted to cook, swear, and eat the comfiest comfort food?- Chapters/Indigo
- Deep dish to thin crust, you don’t have to admit your favourite to public judgement any longer – Amazon
- Chisel toe boots for that hunk of man –Blundstone
- You got yourself a music man?- Spotify subscription
We’ve all either dated or are dating that guy that says they “don’t want anything”. I for one certainly am dating “that guy”. In that case I have a few tricks up my sleeve. Usually when he mentions things he likes during the year I write them down in a note on my phone. If he buys something before a holiday then I scratch it off the list. My boyfriend is the worst for just buying anything and everything he wants so he’s a tough one to buy for. Truly i’ve always had a hard time buying for guys in my life on the holidays. I was always surrounded by women growing up and my dad I knew so well that I kind of always knew what to get him; otherwise, I’ve been stumped since my first boyfriend. Because of this, I like to stick to a few categories for guys if I don’t know them that well. Tech, alcohol, trendy additions to their wardrobe, or a good wallet; they always need wallets. If you don’t know him too well, don’t buy anything too sentimental or a heavy commitment in their life. Get them something practical and logical, the way men’s brains work. Like I said in my last gift guide, if you can’t figure out a good “material” gift, then always buy them a memory kind of gift. Something that gets them out of the house and doing something fun, depending on how close you are with them do it together. Those are my boyfriends fave gifts (I think).
Stay tuned for more gift guides!