We’ve hit June, which means summer and finals and you’re off for some good fun! It’s a month filled with differing emotions of joy and despair. It’s also the month where we get to celebrate the number one man in our lives, Dad. Yes, Father’s Day is rapidly approaching, and it brings the usual mini-panic of ‘what do I get him?’ Dads are notoriously tricky to buy gifts for. So how about reading on for some great Father’s Day gift ideas?
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Food is always an easy pleaser. Every Dad loves food. You can splash the cash on some expensive chocolates or a nice cake. The great thing about a food gift is that you don’t necessarily have to spend money. Try making a food gift for your dad; it adds a nice, personal, touch.
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Buying clothes for your dad can be a tough choice because you may not know his size/style. Some dads have that unique ‘dad’ look that only they know how to pull off. But don’t worry, there are plenty of gift ideas in the clothes department. Buying your dad a tie has been a favorite for many over the years, so why not switch things up? Buy him something unique like a men’s chef jacket, so he can look and feel like a pro. With BBQ season around the corner, it’s the ideal Father’s Day gift for all those wannabe-chef dads.
If you’re short on cash, then sometimes the best gift is a homemade one. Make your dad a special Father’s Day card or a photo collage of the two of you. A photo collage doesn’t just make a great Instagram post, it can be a really thoughtful gift too. Maybe even go one step further and make him something useful like a change pot. Dad’s are experts at having loads of loose change so a pot to keep it all in would be very useful.
There are tones of great gift ideas for your dad this Father’s day. It’s all right if you can’t afford the top shelf gifts, your dad won’t resent you for it. As the cliché goes, it’s the thought that counts.