Father’s Day Gift Guide: Clothes Edit


If you feel like your dad needs a bit of an image overhaul, Father’s Day is a rather sneaky way to update his closet without a hint of suspicion. Genius, don’t you think?! Cufflinks are a sure fire way to earn easy brownie points, and I’m in love with these ones from Monica Vinader. They cost £155 and are available here.


If your dad’s wardrobe is in need of a little modernisation, I’m a big fan of this stunning chambray shirt from Citizens of Humanity. It feels beautifully soft, and he will be able to wear it with everything from chinos to Nantucket Reds. It would also look rather snazzy under a beloved blazer – the shirt is priced at £295 and is available here.


Possibly my favourite of my clothing edit are these stunning velvet slippers from Penelope Chilvers. The rich burgundy colour is super luxe, and these will look as good now as they will in the winter. The slippers cost £245 and are available here. Penelope Chilvers also make the most divine women’s shoes too – so it would be silly not to treat yourself too!

Father’s Day Gift Idea: LAB Series Skincare Spring Set*

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If you’re looking to give your Dad a bit of a treat this Father’s Day, LAB Series have made it incredibly easy, thanks to their awesome Spring Set. Packaged in a rather swish cobalt wash bag, the set contains everything a man needs to really look after their skin, the size of the creams is also super generous meaning that your dad will be able to really fall in love with these products! Inside the pouch you’ll find:

  • Lab Series Multi-Action Face Wash, 100ml
  • Lab Series Daily Moisture Defense Lotion SPF 15, 50ml
  • Lab Series PRO LS All-In-One Face Treatment, 15ml

LAB Series Spring Set

I was lucky enough to try out two of the three products inside, and I have to say – they were amazing! The All-In-One Face Treatment might be my favourite product since it’s such a multi-tasker – if your dad does’t want to play around with one hundred products, this is the one for him! The light creme formula feels incredibly hydrating and moisturising, yet leaves skin looking matte. The formula also contains an MPD-8 Complex which calms and soothes skin which is tired and irritated.

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The LAB Series Daily Moisture Defense Lotion SPF 15 is one of those products that all men should have in their wash bags. For a start, I know that not all guys are as religious about applying SPF, but since this has factor 15, it’s a perfect choice for daily use in the UK. The texture of the cream feels lovely and nourishing, but importantly, it doesn’t leave skin looking greasy or shiny. Instead, the fragrance-free formula works to effectively hydrate the skin.

The LAB Series Spring Set is priced at £22.50, LAB Series Daily Moisture Defense Lotion SPF 15 is priced at £40.00 and the All-In-One Face Treatment is priced at £28.00. All are available here (UK) and here (US).

Hugo Boss – Boss Bottled*

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Buying presents for Father’s Day can be a real hassle – I think men are just inherently difficult to buy for (at least, that’s what I tell myself!) so, today I’ve got another idea for you – Boss Bottled.

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I’m sure you’ve already seen the rather glamorous ads fronted by Gerard Butler, but Boss Bottled is a gorgeous new scent which is designed to capture the essence of the Hugo Boss brand. It comes in a rather swish embossed glass bottle, and I can’t imagine a bathroom this wouldn’t look great in! The scent itself is perfect if your father is looking for a bit of a summer update. When first applied, the top notes make the scent feel quite gourmand thanks to the cinnamon and vanilla mix with the freshness of apples. As the scent warms up, it intensifies thanks to the Sandalwood and Mahogany. It’s a beautifully complex fragrance, and a few spritzes of it is enough for the whole day. I can’t imagine any father who wouldn’t be over the moon to receive this!

Hugo Boss’ Boss Bottled is priced at £42.50 and is available here (UK) and here (US)

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