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Sunday, December 5, 2021

17 perfect gifts for the man who’s impossible to buy for

Edwardian Collection shaving set, £216, truefittandhill.co.uk; Cashmere Mughal Rider scarf, £195, drakes.com; Oliver Spencer Canvey robe, £220, mrporter.com; Native watch, £144, nordgreen.co.uk; Cashmere bed socks, £39, thewhitecompany.com; Le Labo face lotion for men, £30, mrporter.com; Alpaca knit beanie, £65, snowpeak.co.uk; Brushed cotton pyjamas, £200, hamiltonandhare.com; Oliver brass cufflinks, £110, alicemadethis.com; Walpole Bay cologne, £160, haeckels.co.uk; Top to toe sleeping set, £80, desmondanddempsey.com; Shoveler quilted jacket, £139, barbour.com; Upson wool sweater, £295, johnsmedley.co.uk; Fisherman’s cable knit sweater, £209, rowingblazers.com; Mendip leather gloves, £60, dentgloves.com; Navy structured buttons cardigan £49 mango.com; Fedora hat with feather, £140, paulsmith.com

Values have changed, in terms of how we consume, to focus on independent, personal, local and low-impact items. Men also tend to be a bit more geeky, so gifts such as the fragrance with the latitude and longitude of a British seaside resort engraved in the box are a wise choice. 

The other piece of advice I’ve amassed on men’s shopping habits is not to stereotype ’im indoors. You never know who’ll secretly take pleasure in the plushness of a cashmere knit or a particularly pleasing scent. As for my father, it’s artisanal rum all the way.

What do you tend to buy for people who are impossible to buy for? Let us know in the comments section below

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