WHETHER it’s for your brother, boyfriend, husband or dad, there’s no doubt that buying for men can be tricky at times.
If you tend to lean on the three present pillars – Toblerone, ties and socks – it’s high time you switched things up.
Alamy He’s thinking, ‘please not another pair of socks’
Personalisation can be an easy way to spice up a classic gift. Ideal if you’re really stuck for ideas or buying for the man who has everything, it looks immediately more thoughtful than the average gift because it is truly one-of-a-kind.
And it’s never been easier to do. So many gifting sites offer a free and simple personalisation service – just add your message when you get to the checkout.
Where can I buy personalised gifts?
- I just love it
- Getting Personal
- Prezzy Box
- Not on the High Street
The key to buying a great gift for him? Select something that he needs and inject it with a touch of luxury.
So, you can stamp a wallet or bath robe with his initials and suddenly these everyday items seem so much more exciting.
But if you’re on a budget do not worry, our top picks start from only £7.99 – so you can find the perfect personal gift at the perfect price for you.
Personalised pint glass, £7.99, Getting Personal
This playful pint glass will make his beer taste even better
Tie hanger, £12.99, Prezzy Box
Admittedly a rather mundane present, but it’ll keep his wardrobe in order and immediately becomes a novelty when personalised
Canvas holdall, £24.99, Getting Personal
Perfect for weekend getaways or business trips, this handy holdall is both useful and stylish
Hip flask, £49, Aspinal of London
He’ll feel seriously suave with this croc-embossed leather hip flask – and you can have his initials engraved for free
Monogrammed bath robe, £70, Not on the High Street
This fluffy towelling bath robe looks even more luxurious with his initials added in cursive embroidery
Leather wallet, £98, Not on the High Street
This personalised wallet is made from Italian leather that only gets better with age and a 25-year guarantee if it doesn’t – a worthy investment