June 9th, 2016
Whether you’re celebrating your own father, helping your children express thanks to theirs, or acknowledging the importance of a step-father, uncle or other fatherly figure in your life – Father’s Day marks a time to honor the fathers and father-figures that make our lives better. Make this Father’s Day an opportunity to get the father in your life something that really makes him feel appreciated – other than a break every once in a while. Let me give you some ideas…jewelry (I know, you’re probably not surprised).
FATHER’S DAY GIFT IDEAS
Cuff Links. Does your husband or dad go to work every day in shirts with French cuffs? Or does his favorite evening out attire include one? If so, you can’t go wrong with a pair of cufflinks that match his style, whether it’s classic, modern or artsy. Some of my personal favorites include these sterling silver horse head cufflinks, beautifully enameled in dark brown and black or these oval cufflinks, attractively enamelled in yellow and red both by Deakin & Francis.
Bracelets. It’s 2016 and yes, men are wearing bracelets and looking good! If you want to encourage a little fun in his wardrobe for Father’s Day, check out this elegant, masculine Gents bracelet from Alor, crafted in four rows of 2.5 mm black cable with 18kt yellow gold and stainless steel.
Watches. The ultimate men’s gift is a handsome timepiece that he can wear, cherish and pass down over a lifetime. At Wilson & Son, we have an incredible selection of sophisticated watches to choose from depending on his personal style. Right now, my favorite is this new sophisticated edition Bell & Ross, enhanced by steel and rose gold, and with a design inspired from aeronautical instrumentation. I guarantee you this watch will become a prestige timepiece.
Come on in to Wilson & Son or shop online to see our selection of men’s jewelry and to get some sound advice from us two brothers – we’re not only sons and fathers ourselves, most importantly, we know how hard it is to choose gifts for men like us. Let us help you find a welcomed and appreciated alternative to the Father’s Day gift giving status quo.