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24 Father’s Day Gift Ideas You Need

Father’s Day Gift Ideas He'll Love

Father’s Day’s all wrapped up with these gifts for dads who have everything

Jessica Harding
By Jessica Harding, Senior Creative Buyer

Dads are some of our favourite people which means a perfectly considered Father’s Day gift is a top priority. Not only that but you may not have been able to spend as much time with yours of late, which means that this Father's Day should be even more special.

In general, men are notoriously difficult to shop for—something about being men of few words and being typically not the sort to want a big deal-making. But worry not, this selection of luxury gifts for him—from luxury home gym equipment to designer coffee table books—will put an end to any shopping woes. Read on for a Father’s Day gift guide guaranteed to impress ten times more than socks and a box of Ferrero Rocher.

Unique Gifts For Dad

Every dad is different and so a one-gift-fits-all approach is never the best way to go. The best Father’s Day gifts are when you’ve really taken the time to think about what style of present will best suit his personality, his lifestyle and life stage. Genuine thought over generic generosity. If he’s somebody who’s drawn to all things edgy and unusual, consider a more unique Father’s Day gift that he’d never have expected to receive. Less handkerchief, more art; less nose hair trimmer, more sculpture. Or maybe a super-slick luxury watch winder (new additions from Wolf have got you covered). You'll definitely be the favourite.

Travel Gifts for Dad

Is your dad the travelling type? Be it for business, pleasure or both, the avid traveller will always appreciate unwrapping a Father’s Day present that will make his international lifestyle a little easier. Imagine the sorts of things that would make hauling yourself from flight to flight and living out of a suitcase that bit less draining—a luxury throw for his flight, a leather hanger for his favourite suit or a watch roll are all winners. These Father’s Day gift ideas should be about giving him a good dose of luxury that he can enjoy as he travels or savour when he reaches his final destination to remind him of home, even in the most foreign hotel rooms.

Bar Gifts For Dad

For many Fathers, the bar is their area of expertise. Looking for the perfect wine pairing? They know just the Merlot to go with the roast lamb. Fancy a glass of whiskey to finish the evening? Their collection of Scotland’s finest is ready on the shelf. If this sounds like your Dad, then perhaps a stylish addition to his bar cart (or even the introduction of one) might just be the gift he’s been hoping for. 

Games Gifts For Dad

Whether your Dad has a competitive streak in him, or you love to throw family game nights once a month, board games are a great way to spend some extra quality time with the people you love. This year, why not give him a game worthy of being on display long after the game of chess is over. If he’s more of a football fan than a poker player, the Cristallino Foosball table makes for a noteworthy interior statement of its own. 

Gifts for Stylish Dads

If your dad is a dedicated follower of fashion, Father’s Day is a perfect time to treat him to something a little more special than the usual tie. Here, think about luxurious materials that you know will make him swoon. Shagreen, silk, cashmere, alpaca, premium leather and glossy wood are all textures that the style-conscious dad will lap up. And remember, just because he’s into fashion, doesn’t mean that your gift needs to be something he can wear. Shift the style focus into the home and gift him something that he can admire every day of the week, read, or keep for special occasions to remind him of you each time it sees use. Choose a great fashion book, a cool men's jewellery box or a leather suit stand.

Gifts for Work-Obsessed Dads

For the Dad who spends far too many hours in the office. Make his space an enjoyable and productive environment with a few desk accessories to elevate his work-space. Think desk organisers, stylish lighting or even some artwork to add some personality to the room.

First Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Just like presents for soon-to-be fathers, gifts for dads who are newly appointed are always going to be picked out by somebody other than the child—unless yours is a very advanced baby indeed. New fathers are likely to want and need a few things—presents that are sentimental and that treasure the bond between parent and child (aka photo frames) or presents that are a bit more indulgent and luxurious so he feels pampered in those rare moments of rest and recuperation. This lap tray for the occasional breakfast in bed is the perfect luxury Father’s Day gift idea. And for those nights when mum can finally go out and dad's on babysitting duties? You can't go wrong with some good reading as he watches over your bundle of joy.