Thursday, December 04, 2014

Blogmas | Gifts For Him

I think men are by far the hardest people to buy gifts for, whether it's your dad, brother or boyfriend. I have been trying to come up with things to buy both my dad and brother, and whilst doing so I found some great things that would make fab presents for guys, so decided to put together another gift guide for you of gifts for guys. If you missed my first gift guide, you can find it here.

LEGO Brick Clock - £16.99 - Amazon

I absolutely love the idea of this clock, because I find that whatever their age, a lot of guys still seem to love Lego. It would look great in any room, and although a lot of people use their phones as their alarm these days, nothing beats a good alarm clock to add a bit of decor to a room. The clock also comes in yellow and red, but I thought the blue was the best looking colour.

Smart Phone Projector - £15.95 - Prezzybox

I have seen these floating around the internet a lot recently, but think it's such a great idea! This type of thing would be perfect for someone who's at university with no TV, or someone who watches videos on their phone a lot. The clever cardboard box projects whatever is playing on your phone onto a wall or blank space, and even has space to plug in speakers. It's a great little gadget for a tech lover!

Veho Pebble Smartstick - £14.99 - IWOOT

This little gadget is another great gift for tech lovers and avid phone users. Just plug your phone in using one of the included adaptors and it will charge your phone whilst you're out and about. It's 2800MAH battery has a big enough capacity for over a full charge of most devices which means it's great if you're away from home for the night. I think this is one of my favourite gifts on this list, and I definitely have to get my hands on one myself!

Bellfield Blue Jacquard Cardigan - £45 - Topman

As great as Christmas jumpers are, they're only really acceptable to wear during December, so I thought I'd go for something a bit more versatile. This cardigan has a lovely wintry design, looks super cosy and also looks wearable all year round. I personally love it, and think a lot of guys would too!

Wallet and Belt Gift Set - £22 - ASOS

For the first of my 'typical' Christmas gifts for guys I chose this lovely belt and wallet set. I think every guy appreciates a new belt or wallet for Christmas, and this set gives you both. They're a simple design, so would suit most people, and they're made of real leather so should be quite good quality!

Scary Face Socks - £10 - Burton

Another typical Christmas gift - socks! Everyone should get socks for Christmas, and I love these multicoloured scary face ones! I don't really have much else to say about these, other than the fact that if they did them for girls I'd have to buy some myself!

642 Things to Write About - £9.59 - Waterstones

I spotted this book in Waterstones about a month ago, and it really caught my eye. I love journal style books, and this one looks great for aspiring writers. It's full of prompts and space to write, and is great to give you something to write everyday. 

Soap & Glory Va Va Groom Gift Set - £16 - Boots

I'm definitely a huge fan of Soap & Glory and the fact that they now do products for guys is great! This gift set contains hair & body wash, a face moisturiser, shave gel and a body spray, as well as a barber comb, and it all comes in a nice little wash bag. It'd be the perfect gift for someone that a guy that loves to keep groomed.

Grow Your Own Chilli Kit - £5 - ASOS

This gift is a perfect stocking filler or secret Santa gift, and would be great for someone that has an interest in cooking, growing things or a love for spice.

SMART Peanut Butter Maker - £36.99 - The Hut

I'm personally not a fan of peanut butter, but think this is a great gift. It'd be great for peanut butter lovers, people that like to eat consciously and those that love a gadget! All you have to do is add the nuts, and some oil and watch it go. It's also great for those that love other nut butters, as you don't just have to use peanuts!

Northwood Mug - £12 - Anthropologie

I think finding mugs for guys that look quite stylish can be difficult, but I absolutely love this collection. As well as the moose, there is also a cheetah, penguin and owl to choose from, and they all have a different colour inside, but all are quite masculine. The designs are all by Franna Lusso and I love them!

IngenuiTEA - £16 - Bluebird Tea Co.

I first spotted this clever device on one of Alfie Deyes' YouTube videos and thought it was so clever. Loose leaf tea is so much nicer to drink, and this just makes it so much easier. My dad is a huge tea drinker, and has really gotten into drinking loose leaf tea, so I thought it'd be perfect for him until I realised I'd probably want to use it too! It's a clever little gadget and makes brewing loose leaf tea a lot easier.
I hope these ideas help if you're stuck on what to get! I loved so many of them myself, even though they're for guys - I think my inner tech geek came out when putting the list together! I'm going to be doing a little DIY gift post later this week too, so make sure you come back for that if you're looking for some great gifts to make! Who are you having to buy Christmas presents for this year? 
Sophie x
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