Father’s Day is Sunday and if you are still unsure about what to get your favorite dad in Moncks Corner, you are in luck! We’ve compiled a list of some traditional and not-so-traditional gift-giving ideas for every type of dad in Foxbank Plantation.
For Dapper Dad
If your dad is a sharp dresser, he might be interested in getting a few more things to add to his already stylish wardrobe. Cufflinks are a classic gift, and now you can get authentic stadium seat cufflinks, which will really blow him away.
Socks, ties and pocket squares are some other tried and true gift-giving staples, but what about this pocket-square notebook? It’s both functional and stylish. And of course, you can never go wrong with a classic watch. Nowadays, there are watches for every type of occasion.
For Active Dad
For the dads who are always on the go, gifts that go along with some of his favorite activities could be a good route to go. A Fitbit is a great gift for helping him track his activity level. If your dad tends to burn through his workout gear, consider getting him some new exercise clothes or equipment.
Golf balls, golf tees, bike add-ons or a sleek bike helmet are also some good options if those are the type of activities he’s interested in. Try to think of things he likes to do in his free time and let that serve as your guide.
For Literary Dad
Few things are more relaxing than snuggling up with a good book. If your dad enjoys spending his downtime reading a good book, consider one by comedic genius Judd Apatow, or a book about the art of fishing. Don’t forget the ever-popular thriller book set that is sure to keep him up at night.
For Culinary Dad
If you dad enjoys firing up the grill or cooking up a gourmet meal, he can always use some more grilling tools, a set of sharp kitchen knives or even a meat lover recipe book for inspiration. A bit out of your price range? Opt for a smaller, but still meaningful gift like beer chillers, a bottle opener or this cute coffee mug. If he is a beer or whiskey connoisseur, a beer making kit or some whiskey glasses should interest him.
Whatever you end up getting your dad as a gift, just remember that Father’s Day isn’t about how much you spend or how many gifts you give him. It’s about spending quality time with him and showing him how much he means to you.