After celebrating the wonderful news that I am going to be an Aunty, I realised that next year my brother would be receiving his first Fathers’ Day gift. Finding the right gift for Father’s Day can be a challenge so I looked on the House of Fraser website for Men’s Accessories for inspiration to buy for my own father as well as thinking about ideas for first time fathers.
Fathers’ Day Gift Ideas: Cufflinks
Both my father and my brother wear cufflinks with their suits for work. I think it would be a lovely idea to buy either or both of them something like this, so that they can wear something special for when they are at work. I really like these silver Baumler Clockwork cufflinks. Although the clockwork doesn’t move, I think these have some lovely detail on them. Alternatively, these Simon Carter Small square checkers cufflinks would be a great Fathers’ Day gift. My brother and I used to really enjoy playing chess and checkers with our Dad and I am sure that my brother will play games such as these with his child.
Fathers’ Day Gift Ideas: iPad Cases
My brother and father both enjoy using their iPad mini. My brother doesn’t have a case for his yet as it is quite new and my Dad isn’t happy with the case he has got. I think that iPad cases such as the Ted Baker iPad mini case and the Everything Tablet Premium Leather Case for iPad mini 2 and 3 would be perfect for either of them.
Other Fathers’ Day Gift Ideas from House of Fraser
There are many different gift ideas on the House of Fraser website for Fathers’ Day. I was pleasantly surprised by the affordable price of many of the items on there. I think there is something for most budgets there. Other gifts that might suit the occasion could be watches, jewellery, sunglasses, bags, ties, umbrellas, scarves and even handkerchiefs. I think there is a great selection on the website and will be having another good look on there to finalise the perfect gift for my Dad. I also have gathered some gifts ideas to suggest to my Sister-in-Law, in case she find Fathers’ Day gift buying a challenge.