Monday, December 16, 2013

Fashion Gift Guide: Boyfriend, Brother, Dad

Can't forget the guys! Here are some ideas for your boyfriend, dad, or brother:

Alexander Olch's ties, bowties, pocket square and scarves make me wish I was a boy. They're an updated, Lower East Side take on Savile Row style, and so smart, sophisticated and sharp. This tie has a holiday-appropriate plaid (that will still look quite handsome all year round), and is cut from a wool mesh to shake things up in the texture department. Your boyfriend can style it to look cool, your dad can style it to look classic.

Celebrate your boyfriend, dad or brother's love of beer in a way that thinks outside the box - these hop-flavored candies are a non-alcoholic way they can indulge their brewsky love all day long, even at work. They're a hit among the craft beer set for their just-like-drinking-an-IPA flavor.

No matter how outdoorsy and rugged he is, he can still be stylish. This boldly striped blanket, a soft and classic style from Pendleton Woolen Mills, will instantly upgrade any camping trip. Or, frankly, any couch or bed. It's the perfect way to indulge his adventurous spirit without venturing into mess-kit territory.

Give him a clock for his nightstand that's a little less home decor-y and a little more cool toy-ish. The gear construction of this clock give it that guy-approved edge, but is modern and stylish enough to not upset the interior of the entire room. It's definitely a dose of conversation-starting aesthetic, and might help him be a little more on time.

Handbags and Hugs,


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for writing. The holidays are a time to spend with your closest family and friends. So it's better to choose a memorable gift for their.