Father’s Day is approaching, but don’t worry if you haven’t found the perfect gift for the man in your life, because with the Internet there is always time. Fathers come in all forms, some are biological, some are sentimental mentors that guided you through your life’s journey, and this Sunday is the day to show your appreciation. Men of today have style and grace and your gift should also reflect the uniqueness your father has. Whether your dad is into tech or fashion, there is still time to find a special gift. Check out the list below for some Father’s Day gift ideas from urban retailers.
If you’re looking for high fashion ties check out My Suited Life. Founders, Lonzell Fogle and Breyon Williams, state they use the finest materials to deliver quality, trendy, and affordable products. New customers also receive an additional 10% off their order.
If your father often reminisces about January 20, 2009 – January 20, 2017, check out 44th Legacy, founded by Imhotep A. Pease and Kenly G. Warren. 44th Legacy creates premium accessories in honor of the 1st African American US President. Products include cufflinks, medallions, and pendants available in sterling silver, ancient bronze, gold, and platinum, honoring Barack Obama.
Want to give the gift that keeps giving? Try the Dapper Black Box, a subscription company that provides men’s accessories and personal care products. Each gift box is inspired by a significant African American figure, whose short story is included with each order.
If you want to keep your father on time and in style, check out Talley & Twine, for a variety of watch designs. Watch options include metal, leather, and canvas pieces, with exchangeable bands.
Hair and Beard Grooming
The Bevel trimmer is becoming the go-to tool for at home grooming and in the barbershop. The Bevel is reported to give precise shaving with an old-school experience.
Economists estimate that Americans spend more than $1 billion each year on Father’s Day gifts, but remember it is the thought that counts. Looking for more urban ideas? Visit here, before Sunday, June 17th, 2018.