Holiday Gift Guide: For Him

November 17, 2014


Below are some non-tech gifts for the guys in your life. For the guy (or anyone, really) who is tech-obsessed, stay tuned for the technology-focused gift guide…

Old Navy Moccasin Slippers, $19.50
Super cozy for at-home lounging, every guy needs a good pair of fuzzy slippers to slip his feet in at the end (and beginning) of the day, don’t you think? If you’re feeling super fancy and have a higher budget ($110), definitely splurge on the UGG moccasins—my parents got them for Brian last year and he wears them every single day.

Harry’s for J.Crew Truman Shave Set, $25
My hubby and I have both been a fan of Harry’s razors since they first came out, and continue to use them to this day. Treat your guy to a great shave with this sweet little starter shave kit.

Timex for J.Crew Vintage Field Army Watch, $98
I love this watch because it’s so much nicer than a sport watch that so many guys wear, but no where near the price of the fancy, wear-with-your-business-suit kind of watches.

Monogram Swiss Army Knife, $44
The monogram adds a nice personal touch that pretty much guarantees he’ll keep and cherish it forever.

Old Navy Wool-Blend Baseball Cap, $12
A simple gift for a stylish guy, this warm, wool-blend hat is available with NY or CA on the front.

J.Crew Nautical Ceramic Mug, $18.50
For the guy who loves his morning brew on the go, this nautical-inspired travel mug is so much better than those icky plastic ones that start to smell strange after a few uses.

S’well Stainless Steel Water Bottle, $45
Okay, this water bottle is just plain awesome. The double-walled stainless-steel bottle featuring keeps cold drinks cold for up to 24 hours and hot drinks hot for up to 12. It fits in a standard car cup holder and features a wide mouth that makes it easy to fill, add ice cubes and clean. Plus, it’s painted to look like birchwood and teakwood, so it’s not too shabby to look at.

Herschel Supply Co. Toiletry Case, $25
Up his travel game with a new toiletry case in camo.

Carry On Cocktail Kit, $24
For the guy who travels a lot, give him the gift if a good cocktail. The kit has everything he’ll need to whip up two delicious Old Fashioned cocktails mid-flight—all he needs to add is the hard stuff. It even comes with a linen coaster!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Renee November 17, 2014 at 8:56 am

    Oh my goodness, yes! I needed this guide -and your upcoming guides- in order to complete my shopping list. Thank you, Natalie!

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