I wasn’t going to do a men’s gift guide, but I just couldn’t help myself. While the collage is focused on clothing, I included some other items in the widget below.
2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Guys
ONE // Mack Weldon Ace Sweatpants: The #1 lounge item I would recommend is these sweatpants that my dad, brother and Jim all own and wear non-stop in the fall/winter.
TWO // Mack Weldon Flannel Shirt: I got an email a couple of weeks ago announcing the release of this flannel shirt and immediately ordered it. We’ve tried a lot of Mack Weldon products and they all stand the test of time.
THREE // Allbirds Wool Sneakers: Another staple in both my brother and Jim’s wardrobe is this sneaker in the gray. Perfect for every day and particularly for travel because they can be worn with different outfits and area super comfortable.
FOUR // Bonobos Socks: Anyone else notice the socks a guy is wearing? I definitely do. A coordinated sock is the best way to add pop to an outfit. No plain black socks around here! Put these in your man’s stocking.
FIVE // Vuori Banks Short: So good that I’ve purchased two pairs for Jim in the past six months. These shorts can be worn out and about, to workout or for a swim. I realize these are off-season, but I couldn’t resist including them.
SIX // Public Rec Polo Shirt: For a dressier polo shirt, this Public Rec polo is the best I’ve found. The navy is my personal favorite.
SEVEN // Cole Haan Boots: Back when he went into the office, Jim rotated between the Cole Haan sneakers (which he owns in 3 colors) and these chukka boots. They are a classic that he’ll have for years.
EIGHT // Mack Weldon Boxer Briefs: Another idea for a stocking stuff, these briefs are a hit. My brother prefers the AIRKNITx, which are a little lighter.
NINE // Bonobos Jeans: Classic medium wash denim is always a good idea. These are a great day to day option.
A few non-clothing items: my favorite blanket in a golf theme, AirPods (original or Pro), and a solo stove (we have the Ranger).
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