Father’s Day Gift Ideas

It is finally time to treat the men in our life to something they deserve. Shopping for dad is a snap with these Father’s Day gifts. For fashion-forward fathers, Dads who love to dine and everyone in between, there’s something here to make his Father’s Day one to remember.

 

 

 


 


 

 Rubenstein’s

581-6666

Dads look dashing in Edward Armah’s suit accessories. The reversible bowties are custom handmade, and the fabric boutonnieres will stay bright and perky forever.


M. Goldberg Clothier

 891-1119

Let him unwrap this Samuelsohn wool blazer before dinner so he can be the most handsome man in the room. Its weight and color make it the “ultimate summer” jacket.

 Perlis Clothing

 674-1711

Luxury sunglasses from Maui Jim can be a must-have for our sunny days. With polarized lenses and an unbreakable frame, they’re ideal for sporty dads on the move.

 NOLA Couture

319-5959

Just because ties are the go-to Father’s Day gift doesn’t mean they have to be boring. NOLA Couture’s 100 percent silk ties are designed locally and inspired by New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.

Luca Falcone Custom Clothiers

309-5929

What is more perfect than custom-fitted clothing? Treat the special father in your life to a Luca Falcone custom suit and shirt, and throw in a gift card so he can pick up a little lagniappe to go with them.

 Robért Fresh Market

It might be difficult for him to sit back and let someone else grill it, but a prime rib-eye or fillet from Robért’s Fresh Market is just the thing for a Father’s Day dinner at home. Robért’s offers a wide variety of prime meats, and a floral associate can even arrange a basket of choice meats.

Goorin Bros.

 522-1890

Goorin Bros.’s “Big John” will keep dad looking and feeling cool this summer. The genuine Panama straw fedora is hand woven in Ecuador, and its black band and neutral color go with every outfit.

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