Father's Day is coming up!
This is my first time putting a Father's Day gift guide together, and it was so much fun! One of my love languages is receiving gifts, which means I love giving gifts just as much as I love getting them!
Gifts for Dad (or for the dad of your kids)
Vintage Canvas Leather Satchel - Okay. Maybe it's just us, but my husband and I love a good men's satchel. He's got an old canvas one right now that he uses for work/day trips, but this one I've found is absolutely gorgeous (I mean rugged/manly/vintage/cool?). It's made of leather and canvas for durability, and like I said, just look at it. #hearteyesfordays
Apple Watch - F U N C T I O N and compatibility with pretty much every other electronic we (and probably you) own. This thing sells itself.
Bluetooth Speaker - For day outings and even just for dance parties around the house, this speaker seems like a perfect idea! It rotates 360°, and it'll detect your phone/laptop's playlist from over 30 feet away!
Espresso Machine - We actually already have this espresso machine, but I had to add it to this list because it is one of the best purchases we've made within the last year. It's the single-serve Circolo Coffee Machine by Krups, and my husband and I probably couldn't function without it, anymore. Our favorite drink is a caramel macchiato (I put an extra shot of espresso in mine), and with the Nescafe Dolce Gusto pods, morning coffee has never been easier.
iPhone Wallet Case - Again, function. Men are all about functionality, aren't they? No? Yes? What do I know. Anyway, this iPhone wallet case not only looks pretty slick, but it can hold credit/ID cards, and a bit of cash, too! Easy, peasy.
Rayban Sunglasses - DUH. There is nothing that needs to be said about these. Google images for "famous men who wear Raybans" if you're interested, though. <wink>
Charging Station - More functionality. And organization! My husband is über organized, so this sort of thing would actually be really exciting to him. This particular charging station is available in three different colors of wood too, so it also looks good.
Oh, and one more thing:
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So, friends! We're in Austria, and they celebrate Father's Day on the 12th. If you're in the States it's on the 19th! Since we're American expats here, it's hard to decide on which day we should celebrate Father's Day... in the past we've given my husband something small on both days, and then have Skyped with our own dads in the States on the American holiday.
How do you celebrate Father's Day, and what other gifts would you recommend for Dear Old Dad?