Often shopping for your dad, brother, boyfriend or hubby can feel daunting but after reading this Gift Guide for Men, you will have a number of wonderful gift ideas to choose from.
When it comes to men, I like to keep my gifts extremely practical so that I know they will actually be used. A great shirt that can be worn into the office and more casually with a pair of fitted shorts and flip flops is exactly the kind of thing I’m always going for. A cashmere cardigan or a
While shopping for men, I also like to think about something that could help them do what they already love doing. If the men in your life love to braai/barbeque, then a basting brush for marinade, a pair of tongs, a spatular and a knife are always necessary so why not look to buy a great set with all these key utensils which can easily be grabbed each time the cooking commences.
If one of the men in your life really enjoys fitness and spending time training, a FitBit can make a remarkable difference to performance and improvements in a training routine. They also record so many statistics that you can easily identify areas that need improvement in your training routine and it also identifies when you are getting stronger/fitter. I highly recommend a FitBit as a gift! You may remember that I also included it in this gift guide. I’d also recommend wireless headphones for anyone that loves their fitness because it allows you so much more mobility that wired headphones which often get in the way.
If the person you’re shopping for travels frequently, luggage can make a really special gift. Great carry-on luggage can prove extremely useful for people on the move and I know they will appreciate this gift!
Then there is the “nice-to-have” gift. If you are looking for one of these gifts and the person you’re buying for really enjoys whiskey or wine, I’d recommend something to complement their preference such as a wine rack or a whiskey decanter with a set of matching glasse. This adds a really nice touch to something you know they already love.