It’s been a doozy of a year for relationships. Well, it’s been a doozy of a year for everyone, really, but if you’ve made through a year of being at home with your significant other, congratulations! It’s something worth celebrating, even if this year is going to be another “date night” at the table you eat at every night. Below, our Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Guys.
For the fashionable folks out there, while it might not be the most romantic, Valentine’s day is a great time to give your guy upgraded, classic basics he wouldn’t buy for himself. Especially right now, when getting dressed can feel especially lackluster. A cashmere quarter-zip sweater looks just as sharp with jeans as it does joggers. You can’t go wrong with Ralph Lauren, so how about a classic Oxford or a more casual Polo Bear sweatshirt? We’re not leaving the house right now, but when we do (hopefully soon) this Common Projects wallet will keep his cards in order.
Maybe your man picked up a new hobby during quarantine. Ever since we binge watched The Queen’s Gambit, chess has had a resurgence. This handsome wooden game board is an easy way to get back into it, or learn it for the first time. What about this beautiful bar set for a newfound love of mixology? A personalized golf ball kit for his favorite socially distanced activity?
For all of the guys who have been missing their daily Starbucks fix, help them seriously step their at-home coffee game up with a Breville Espresso machine in a clean white. And as a bonus, it means barista-quality lattes for you, too. If that’s a little too intense, how about a Tom Dixon French press that’s so pretty you’ll leave it out long after your first cup.
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