Father’s Day gift ideas from Steve Kemble, GGP gift-giving expert
We’ve been tweeting great Father’s Day gift ideas all week from our friends at Fashion Show and Steve Kemble, America’s Sassiest Lifestyle Guru and GGP gift-giving expert. Still need to grab that gift before Father’s Day? Here are the gift ideas again in case you missed them and need a little inspiration!
Tip #1: Dad On-the-Go
For dads who travel a lot, customized items, such as travel-sized pillows, phone or computer cases, or even a handy “to-go” toiletry kit are great gifts that give dad the comforts of home while he’s on the road.
Tip #2: Geek Gadgets
Bring out the inner geek with new, fashion forward tech gifts. Whether it’s an iPad or a state-of-the-art 3D TV, these “dad toys” will have him satisfied for years to come!
Tip #3: Sports
For dads who can’t miss a single sports game, purchase his favorite team’s gear for his next night out with buddies. Think outside the box! Aside from team jerseys, other great items include sports equipment or a pair of sneakers in his team’s colors.
Tip #4: The Entertainer
Does your dad always have his friends over? For those who like to entertain their buddies, purchase a cool poker set or beer/wine making kit.
Tip #5: Grill It Up
What dad doesn’t love his grill? Usher in barbeque season with the perfect grilling companions: a new set of tools, an apron and mitts, cookbook and tasty spices and sauces. The possibilities are endless, and if you’re lucky, dad might cook you a meal.
Tip #6: Grooming
There are lots of great gift sets to be found in the men’s grooming sector these days – and more than just fragrance. Shaving kits are a classic and elegant gift, as well as toiletry bags and pouches.
Tip #7: Outdoors
Father’s Day marks the start of summer and lots of time spent in the yard. Get dad something he can use outside, such as outdoor speakers, an iPod deck, outdoor tumblers or beer mugs. Or, buy dad new swimming trunks if he spends lots of time at the pool.
Tip #8: Give Him the Mall
When you give a mall gift card you give dad the option to decide what he really wants most. He can buy that hot new gadget he’s been eyeing or treat himself to a nice dinner out. Regardless of what he buys, he’ll love getting to splurge.