Ditch the standard tie gift by helping Dad out with home-related Father's Day presents that are stylish but masculine.
Ditch the standard tie gift by helping Dad out with home-related Father's Day presents that are stylish but masculine. While they feel indulgent, these items all retail under $50, so they're affordable as well!
Rocking Whiskey Glasses
Guys' night in just got classier, thanks to this set of Rocking Whiskey Glasses ($20 for a set of six). The convex bottoms make for a cool conversational piece, but also gently mixes the liquor to expose it to oxygen and boost the taste. While they look precious, the glasses can be thrown in the dishwasher to make cleanup easy.
Jumbo Ice Cube Tray
If Dad prefers his whiskey on the rocks, top off the gift with a jumbo ice cube tray ($9). The large, perfectly shaped square cubes will make his drink look like it was poured by a professional, and will also dilute his drink more slowly.
Cheese Board Slate
For dads with foodie tendencies, give him something spectacular to serve snacks on. Since Dad can use chalk on this Slate Cheese Board ($40) to spell out what he's serving, it will take the guess work out of having to identify each item for guests. The philosophy is less explaining, more partying.
Personalized Leather Catchall
Help Dad get organized with a small catchall ($29) that will work in any space. Whether he uses it for his night stand or office desk, this catchall manages to feel luxe yet rugged at the same time. Starting at just $29, you can even personalize it with his monogram, name, or initials for just $7 — a small detail that makes this gift feel even more special.
Outdoorsy dads will appreciate this candle alternative ($14) made from herbs, wood, and sap. Gender-neutral scents like juniper, cedar, and desert pinon smell fresher than the muskier, '70s-era alternatives, and will transport him to his favorite hiking trail — even on the days he's stuck inside.