A gal’s guide to Father’s Day*
This is a public service announcement: Put down the sad socks/shirt/sweater/other equally rubbish gift. Ocean Finance asked this gal to put together a Father’s day gift guide, so for all you last-minute panic purchasers… don’t panic! I’ve found some fab gifts that will leave your pops pleased as punch this Father’s Day!
VEUVE CLICQUOT | ESSENTIAL TRAVEL KIT | LEATHER GROOMING BAG | HENDRICKS GIFT SET | VINYL RECORD WALL ART | SEA SALT CARAMEL TRUFFLES | GLENFARCLAS GIFT SET | SPICE BOX SUBSCRIPTION | SCRATCH & SNIFF WHISKEY GUIDE
Whether he’s into his grains, grapes or juniper berries, there’s something to suit his taste. The miniature Hendricks gift set comes complete with its own ‘grow your own mini cucumbers’ kit which is, quite frankly, adorbs! The Glenfarclas miniatures are perfect for any whisky connoisseurs out there and who doesn’t like a good glass of fizz?
Taking a twist on the normal subscription box idea, pick up a 3-month spice guide for you Dad and you’ll be cooking with gas (yeah, I’m totally not cool enough to say that, however ironically). If you haven’t tried the sea salted caramel truffles from Charbonnel et Walker yet, you haven’t lived. Best kid award shortly follows introducing your pops to them!
Stylish cases? Tick! All the essentials? Tick. The two leather kits (one for travel, one of grooming) will keep your Dad organised and looking abso trendy. The brown leather has an effortlessly stylish vibe where as the bright orange is perfect for ‘cool’ Dads *insert hilarious dad joke here*.
Scratch and sniff is such a throwback to being a kid and this Whisky guide gives it a grown-up twist. The vinyl wall art is perfect is you have a special song you share with your Dad (sentimental AF).
So there you have my run down of some awesome gifts for Father’s day. Which is your fave? What are you treating your Dad to this year?
This post was sponsored by Ocean Finances. If you are considering taking out a short-term loan, please check the APR as these can be obscenely high and only lend what you can afford to pay back!