The ELLE Editors’ Guide to Father’s Day Shopping


Heads up: This 12 months, Father’s Day falls on Sunday, June 19. When you just did a double-take checking your calendar, yes, that’s correct­­—it’s lower than per week away. Before the “I didn’t even understand it was June!” panic sets in, take a breather. There’s still time to mail a card, make a lunch reservation, and most significantly, buy a present.

Dads (or non-dad father figures) are something of an anomaly. In some ways, they’re universally the identical—bad jokes, Merrell shoes, compulsively vacuuming the carpet—but then there are methods that he’s entirely unique. For his own quirky reasons, your dad (or non-dad) may be tricky to buy, and the older you get, the more you wish to get it right. We at ELLE can relate.

In hopes of being a resource, we’ve put our heads together to give you an inventory of goodies we expect our dads will appreciate. In turn, possibly you’ll find something that speaks to your individual dad or non-dad’s tastes. Below, find a few of our greatest recommendations to your best guy this Father’s Day. And don’t forget to provide him an enormous hug—it’s what he really wants anyway.

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“My dad isn’t an enormous fashion guy, so I wish to take Father’s Day as an invite to swap his Costco shirts for upgraded versions. Standard & Strange has a few of the most elevated, well-crafted men’s essentials. Plus, its storefront in Soho is so beautiful, I can pick the garments while he obsesses over the well-made interior.”—Tatjana Freund, Beauty Commerce Author

Phil: The Rip-Roaring (and Unauthorized!) Biography of Golf’s Most Colourful Superstar

“When the wild descriptions of Alan Shipnuck’s Phil: The Rip-Roaring (and Unauthorized!) Biography of Golf’s Most Colourful Superstar were enough to make me pick it up, there was absolute confidence about what my golf-loving father can be receiving this 12 months.”—Adrienne Gaffney, Contributor

August in Augusta 4-Piece Set

“Nothing could top last 12 months’s gift, though. While wrongfully incarcerated for murder, Valentino Dixon began an art profession focused on golf when he created an image of the twelfth hole of Augusta National Golf Course. Dixon, who was exonerated in 2018, has turn out to be a star within the golf world, meeting Tiger Woods and selling a drawing to Michelle Obama. My father loves his Augusta drawing, however the story behind it means much more to him.”—Adrienne Gaffney, Contributor

2-in-1 Smokeless Indoor Ceramic Nonstick Grill & Griddle

“I gave this 2-in-1 indoor grill-griddle to my husband for Christmas, since we don’t have an outside space and, thus, no grill. Although he’s not yet a dad, he cooks like one; inevitably, when holidays come around, what he wants is a few type of kitchen tool. But nothing—nothing—I’ve bought him has won him over quite like this nifty device. He uses it two to 3 times per week, for each kind of meal: stir fry, pancakes, eggs, barbecue, flatbreads, grilled veggies…the whole lot seems juicy and delicious. This is totally one in every of those gifts that’s mutually useful for giver and recipient. Plus, it’s easy to wash and store. I wish I’d’ve bought one years ago.”—Lauren Puckett-Pope, Associate Editor

Guy Fieri Helluva Guy Greeting Card

“My dad makes it virtually inconceivable to buy him. It’s, in my view, his most (only) villainous trait. Nonetheless, like all dads, he loves corny jokes. Lucky for me, making him laugh is a present that brightens each of our days. This 12 months, I’m seeking to Friends NYC’s number of playful, pop culture-centric cards to do the trick. This Guy Fieri one is ideal for anyone who may be celebrating a non-father figure, since it doesn’t use any dad-specific language. When you are looking for your pops, the shop has loads of options for you, too, like this super sweet Alex Trebek one.”—Meg Donohue, Associate Fashion Commerce Editor

“Quite the opposite, my dad is just about the simplest person to gift because he never buys anything for himself, especially nice clothing. Like many suburban dads, he has a penchant for polo shirts.”—Claire Stern, Digital Deputy Editor

5” Montauk Swim Short in Mystic Aqua

“I’m also eyeing a washing suit from Todd Snyder because summer is coming and I just know he could use a latest one. (This can be a man who still wears the primary tuxedo he ever bought.)”—Claire Stern, Digital Deputy Editor

Haltane Eau de Parfum Spray

“My father is solely answerable for my excessive perfume collection. Every morning after I was a teen, before I smelled the toasty aroma of my mother’s coffee brewing downstairs within the kitchen or her making ackee and saltfish (my favorite Jamaican food), my father’s wealthy, intoxicating cologne of the day passed through my room on his option to work. When a perfume lingers for a very long time, it’s often known as sillage, and it’s the one most important factor I search for lately when purchasing fragrances. As his important beauty girl, I’m continuously purchasing latest scents for my father so as to add to his collection. Parfums de Marly’s Haltane ticks all of the boxes.”—Nerisha Penrose, Beauty Commerce Editor

Dandy, Arancio Tramonto, Velluto

“First crafted within the Italian region of Friuli and later adopted in Venice, the long-lasting ‘Friulane’ slipper is the right indoor-outdoor shoe for a dad who appreciates comfort and quality. The shoes are all hand-stitched in Italy, and so soft. Like a cloud to your feet!”—Rose Minutaglio, Staff Author

“What’s more perfect for dad than a sweater? Leret Leret is understood for its perfect cashmere sweater that is supposed to be ‘treasured and passed down through generations.’ Who knows, possibly you’ll even get this one back years later as pops passes it down.”—Samuel Maude, Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief

“My dad is all the time stealing my sunglasses, so I’m getting him this pair to make sure that he never does again. The standard of those will ensure that he’s set for the subsequent decade (or until he likes mine higher!)”—Kevin LeBlanc, Fashion Associate

Re-Nylon and Leather Backpack

“When you’re seeking to spoil your dad with a classy upgrade, might I suggest this Prada sling bag? It’s the right companion to deal with his necessities and keep his pockets clear. Plus, it’s sustainable and can make him seem like he has a way higher sense of fashion than he really does. Due to you, after all. Now if only I could get my father to take my style advice…”—Meg Donohue, Associate Fashion Commerce Editor

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