Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Tried and true Father's Day gifts 2015


With Father's Day coming up this weekend, I thought I would share a few of my husband's favorites. They are not only his favorites but also things he uses everyday. Welcome to his closet =) My husband and I each have our own walk in closet (see mine here). Originally, we were supposed to have the same amount of closet space. However, later in the design process, we changed our mind and wanted to have an upstairs laundry room (makes so much more sense, right?). In order to do so, I somehow convinced him that he needed to downsize his closet to make space for the laundry room =). Even though his closet is less than half the size of mine, he is still able to fit all his clothes with room to spare. As you can tell from the 1st photo, the top rack is full of his dress shirts. He become obsessed with the non-iron shirt from Banana Republic years ago. Each season, he'd add a couple more shirts to his collection. It is slowly but surely growing. I highly recommend them. They are reasonably priced (40% off right now with code BEST), hold up well and available in an array of colors and patterns

{Pictured: RB3183 in black, RB3478, RB3217RB3183 in gunmetal}
  • An everyday watch: I believe every men needs a good watch. I picked this up for him as a gift last Christmas. It quickly became one of his favorites. It's classy, understated and perfect for everyday wear.
  • Daily moisturizer: He uses this Clinique moisturizer everyday. It's an all-in-one product. It keeps his face moisturized all day, absorbs quickly and is supposed to improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  • An everyday wallet: Last but not least is his everyday wallet. We picked this wallet up 2 months ago while in Rome. He enjoys it so far and the wallet itself seems to hold up well.

I hope you enjoyed a little peek into my husband's closet. Happy Wednesday!

1 comment:

Rosy Outlook - Fashion & Lifestyle by Kelly Rose said...

These are great ideas! It's so hard to shop for men sometimes so I loved this post!