Wondering What To Get Your Man For Valentine’s Day? We Got Your Back!
Shopping for men can be a hassle — whereas most women are content with anything from flowers to jewelry, men are way more particular about their likes and dislikes. The first thing you have to do is make a mental list of all the things that excite him (Tarantino movies? Check. Hot sneakers? Check. Gold equipment? Not so much) and come up with a decent set of references to work with. If he’s a hip-hop head, for example, he’ll probably appreciate the sophisticated but distinctly urban flavor of the FLUD watch pictured below, and the cool-as-ice Nike Air Force 1 hi-top sneakers. If he’s more of a suited-up sort, then a fancy shaving set or a slick pair of cuff links will likely make him smile. See? There IS a science to it!
Check out these great gift options — you might just find the perfect present for your other half!
The Art of Shaving “The 4 Elements of the Perfect Shave” Kit in Sandalwood Oil, $100. Visit TheArtofShaving.com
This four-piece shaving kit includes a 2 fl. oz. bottle of Pre-Shave Oil, a 5.3 oz. jar of Shaving Cream, 4 fl. oz. bottle of After-Shave Balm, and a Pure Badger Shaving Brush. Formulated using sandalwood essential oils, these products are meant to have aromatherapy benefits and are designed for normal to dry skin.
Burberry Boxer Set, $85. Visit NeimanMarcus.com
Sick of his slightly discolored Joe Boxer briefs? Want him to wear something a bit sexier? Then give him some incentive with these classic Burberry boxer set.
Ghurka Classic Wallet, $165. Visit Ghurka.com
This chestnut leather wallet includes eight credit card slots and a bill fold, and it will fit perfectly inside any pants pocket.
David Donahue Sterling Silver Cuff Links, $150. Visit Nordstrom.com
The burgundy paisley print on these square-shaped, silver sterling cufflinks adds a stylish and unexpected touch to any suit jacket.
Nike Air Force 1 Hi Supreme in Matte Silver, $175. Visit UbiqLife.com
It’s all in the details — and this matte silver gray hi-top sneaker goes from simple to simply irresistable with the addition of just a few touches such as the multi-colored outsole and the perforations in the sides and heel of the sneaker.
Launched by designers William Quigley and Katherine Theofilos, Skrapper is a clothing line that focuses on the notion of fashion as wearable art. The tee pictured above, for example, not only features interesting illustrations but a seemingly hand-written message that provides the type of food for thought that made James De La Vega such a popular street artist.
FLUD “The Exchange” Watch in Black & Teal, $90. Visit Karmaloop.com
This hefty watch is truly a conversation piece with the concentric circles within the oversize dial, and the funky contrast between the turquoise and black hues.
Beats Solo HD (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition Headphones from Monster, $229.95. Available at HSN.com
On Feb. 5th, HSN launched the new Betas by Dr. Dre Solo HD (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition Headphones from Monster. The headphones will be available exclusively on HSN until March 1st, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Radii Footwear 420 Tops, $95. Visit DrJays.com
These hi-top sneakers feature three velcro straps along the top arch of the foot and one thick strap covering the ankle area — plus, the streamlined silhouette gives this sneaker a classier, dressier feel.
Bambú T-Shirts, $45 each. Available at Nordstrom stores nationwide, as well as Bambu.com
The company known for its rolling papers has launched a new line of tees featuring vintage-flavored artwork dating back to Bambú’s launch in 1764.