What to buy the guys this Christmas

This is all about the guys, and let’s face it, Christmas shopping is a pain, if you have no idea what to buy. It’s not only for your nearest and dearest you know dad, brothers, best mate, but also sometimes what to get those distant relatives that always send you something a month before Christmas as a hint they want something back. So we’re just going to give you some ideas, and mates, you lot can do the rest.

A decent shirt: Don’t just go for a simple blue, white or striped cotton shirt, think outside the box, now is a great time to go for a warm flannel shirt that your dad can wear under a cool sweater. A Charles Tyrwhitt olive green check shirt is the perfect shirt, and as every dad or brother or mate will have that one shirt that they wear all the time, and won’t get rid of, let this be that shirt that they will love. It has all the christmas tones, soft as snow and is as versatile under a merino sweater like this Oatmeal Merino wool zip neck jumper as it is under a suit. Or just wear either on their own, perfect.

If you’re thinking a little more of going expensive, then how about some new arm candy, an easy win for a mate, brother and dad who probably needs an upgrade from his 1960s watch that doesn’t really tell the time. The AVI-8 Royal British Legion Falklands 40 Meca-Quartz Woodward Limited Edition watchis a commemorative watch and coming in 4 different colours it’s easy to choose one in his favoured colour. Or if you want a timepiece with a difference, one that helps conserve the turtles, look at this beautiful turtle 1926 AT’SEA watch. Any guy would love either, so splash the cash.

Need to keep the lads grooming up to speed? How about if they need a shave? The Pure Shave starter kit  has everything from shaving foam, towel and moisturiser all coming  in a beautiful vintage style leather washbag.  So there is no excuse for anyone looking scruffy when it comes to New Years Eve partying .It also has a zip up bottom pouch as well, for the razor, spare blades etc:  

And finally how about a decent coat to keep warm? A Steven slim cashew peacoat will fit the bill, beautifully soft and warm, as it’s made for pure new wool. And the colour is perfect to go with everything from jeans and chelsea boots and suits and brogues. This is one coat that he’ll wear long after next Chrstmas.

Haven’t you heard? Everyone’s dressing like dad now.