Are you scrambling to find a gift for Dad this Father’s Day? Don’t worry, you’ve got some time and I’ve got some ideas for you!
We tend to think of gifts for the men in our lives – our fathers, husbands, grandfathers, etc. – as being “manly” gifts like golf clubs, outdoor gear and business accessories. But like us, men have a need to keep their accessories organized. I should avoid using the term “jewelry organizer” but that’s essentially what I’m talking about. Since men don’t usually carry a purse, they need a way to keep all those small odds and ends organized. They may not own necklaces and bracelets like we do, but men have things like cufflinks, watches, tie clips and sunglasses. There is absolutely no shame in buying a man something to organize his accessories!
This year I’m going to buy my husband this Organizer Valet by Royce Leather for his Father’s Day present. I’m sure he’ll appreciate its masculine and modern look plus the storage benefits it provides. This men’s valet can go on the dresser or his side of the bathroom sink and keep his “jewelry” (whoops! I said it!) in easy reach. There are multiple compartments and organizing options with this accessory tray. And best of all, it will almost be like a gift to myself as well. No longer will I have to put up with this messy bedside table that he clutters up with his wallet, keys, pocket change and watch at the end of the day. A win win situation, folks!
So you see, finding a Father’s Day gift isn’t so difficult after all. You will find plenty of other ideas like this out there, including suit valets, watch cases, charging stations and more. If your father or husband seems hesitant when receiving a gift like this, just tell him James Bond would have totally had one!