Holiday Gifts For Guys: A Road Map
Shopping for your man is a tricky task, but we have it figured out for you – whether you’re newly dating or happily married.
What to get your man for the holidays very much depends on what stage in your relationship you are in. When you are newly dating, you certainly want to show him he’s on your mind, but no need to overdo it. On the other hand, if he is your husband of several years, you know what his likes and dislikes are, so get him something that really shows you love him.
Tickets to a sporting event or show
Tickets are a great gift if you are early on dating. You can choose something he likes, in a price range you can afford and – it guarantees another date! (all price categories, ticketmaster.com)
Sports apparel shows him you’ve been paying attention and remember who his favorite team is, but isn’t too gushy of a gift for a guy you just started dating. Fastbreakfanatics.com lets you select apparel by team! ($44.99, fastbreakfanatics.com)
Playboy Waffle Cotton Bathrobe
Everyone loves a comfy robe. ($35, playboystore.com)
Trip to Las Vegas
Nothing shows a couple if they will go the distance as does a trip to Vegas. Luckily with the economy the way it is, traveling to Vegas can be super affordable. Check out http://www.lasvegas.com/ for deals! (all price categories, lasvegas.com)
Subscription to Playboy
You know he’s reading it anyway and you have to admit, you actually like checking out the magazine too! Major cool points. ($12, buysub.com)
You don’t just support his guys’ snowboarding trips … you encourage them! More time for you and the girls! ($199, sportsauthority.com)
OK, so when you started shopping for things for your new home, you nixed blowing all those thousands on the big screen TV he wanted – but you are still cool, hence the iPod touch. ($229, store.apple.com)
Alessi Boston cocktail shaker
Show him the two of you are going to have a great home life together, involving lots of fun! And then he can mix you a drink. ($108, amazon.com)
Paloma’s Zellige cufflinks
Something he wouldn’t buy for himself, but that he can definitely use. ($200, tiffany.com)
Show him you appreciate all his hard work and give him a day at the spa – or make it a date, and book one for yourself as well! ($125, burkewilliamsspa.com)
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Libby Keatinge is a senior editor at BettyConfidential.