As Father’s Day nears again (it’s June 21 this year), you might be struggling to think of the right gift for Dad. And while he may claim he doesn’t need anything — although he did recently send an email with the subject line “golf balls I like” — he’ll be touched that you made the effort to get him something he’ll love. So we’re here to help you, with a roundup of all the best Father’s Day gifts we’ve featured on the Strategist. We’ll continue to update this page as we get closer to Sunday, 21 June.
We put our heads together to source the best kinds of gifts for any dad, from chef-y dads to outdoorsy dads via golf dads and “got your nose” dads (you know the ones), like these Red Wing boots seen on David Beckham, Drake, and, now, your dad. Read more here.
Buying your dad a Father’s Day present can be stressful, whether he’s a golf-y dad, a foodie dad, or a dad who misses going to art galleries. But remember, as Father’s Day approaches, your gift doesn’t need to break the bank. We’ve put together our picks for the best gifts under ten pounds that you can also buy on Amazon, like this perfect stress-relief tool. Read more here.
Whether you’re celebrating Father’s Day over Zoom or with a socially distanced picnic, and whether it’s with your chosen family or your biological one, you’re sure to love a bargain. So for Father’s Day, we’ve rounded up some of the cheapest, nicest things from the fanciest brands — including a Liberty tie, a Prada money clip, and a Tom Ford scented candle — all great gifts for even the choosiest of designer dads. Or this vibrant towel from Paul Smith, for when trips to the beach are allowed again without social distancing. Read more here.
We’ve already covered the best gifts for every kind of dad, and we’ve also looked at the cheapest gifts from the fanciest brands. Here, we’ve rounded up our favorite gifts under £20 that you can buy on Amazon — including kitchen gadgets, artsy gifts, and the best presents for dads who bird-watch – like these miniature binoculars can easily fit in his jacket pocket, just in case he sees a sandpiper while he’s out and about. Read more here:
If you want to make a real difference this Father’s Day, you might want to consider using this opportunity to support a Black-owned business. We rounded up some of our favourites – including this guide to caring for cacti and succulents, from Prick in Dalston. It offers styling tips (and would look nice on his coffee table). Read more here:
We’ve covered all Father’s Day bases: including affordable options, fancy options, and gifts from black businesses, too. But by now, you’re probably just wondering if you can even get a gift delivered in time. Fear not. To make things easier for you, we’ve pulled together a list of Strategist-approved, last-minute gifts across a range of price points. Order any of these today, and they’ll arrive by Father’s Day – like this charcoal set, which is perfect for idle doodling. Read more here:
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