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What do Rick Blaine, Dick Tracy and Inspector Clouseau have in common?

Well, apart from dark hair, they all made the trench coat famous and they looked sharp doing it.

The trench coat has been around for the better part of a century. This piece of classic men’s fashion will not disappear anytime soon.

A trench coat is stylish and practical. There are many styles, materials and colors to choose from thus making the decision on what style fits you feel overwhelming.

This article has been written to help you understand the trench coat and ultimately make a good decision which style is best for you.

Trench Coats: Classic and Historic Menswear

British-based clothier Aquascutum developed a waterproof coat for officers of the Crimean War (1853-56) and Thomas Burberry, inventor of gabardine fabric, sent a waterproof coat design to the British army at the beginning of the 20th century.

Both clothiers lay claim to the invention of the trench coat. Whoever was the first to invent the waterproof trench coat is always debated, but the point is that their inventions have been keeping soldiers dry in the wettest of conditions. After the end of World War I soldiers returning to civilian life brought with them their trench coats and the fashion quickly caught on.

Guide To Man’s Trench Coat

From the muddy trenches of France to the streets of the growing metropolis, the trench coat is a staple in weather protection. When a gentleman puts on a trench coat he can almost feel the history and the value the trench coat has.

Trench Coats Are Practical

Being rained on is not fun. The feeling of wet clothes, wet hair and skin can make a dreary, rainy day seem even worse. If you live in an area with heavy annual precipitation (Seattle, for example), you will undoubtedly find yourself having to walk through the rain.

A man’s umbrella is useful when the rain falls perpendicular to the ground and when there is no wind. Most storms, though, have substantial wind gusts and sometimes horizontal rain rendering umbrellas useless. A trench coat will keep a man and a man’s clothing dry.

Trench Coat Fabrics Give a Man Many Options

Here is a list with quick explanations of the various fabrics used to make trench coats:

1) Gabardine: Invented by Thomas Burberry, gabardine is a tightly-woven fabric that can be distinguished by its diagonal ribs on the face and a smooth backing. Traditionally made from worsted wool, gabardine can nowadays be found made from cotton, polyesters, or blends.

2) Leather: The hides of various animals (cattle being the most common) make for serious trench coats. Leather is known for its durability, softness and protective qualities. Any leathers, though, need consistent cleaning, conditioning and air circulation in order to have a long lifetime.

3) Cotton drill: Similar to gabardine, cotton drill is a tightly-woven fabric with a prominent twill weave. Cotton drill is strong, durable and breathable. The fabric has also been used to make work gloves, chef aprons, among others.

4) Serge: Military uniforms and greatcoats were made from serge fabric. Sometimes you will find a trench coat made from this twill fabric. Serge looks like gabardine, but can be distinguished from gabardine by its diagonal ribs on both sides of the fabric (whereas gabardine is smooth on the backside).

Trench Coat Colors for All Seasons 


Trench coats for the traditionalist are khaki in color.

Rick Blaine and Inspector Clouseau wore khaki-colored trench coats and khaki is what most people envision when they think trench coat. However, there are many colors and shades that can compliment your wardrobe.

Understand what color fits best with your physical features and your clothing. Black is a neutral color that compliments many other colors. Blue works well if you are of a thin build. Olives and greens are reminiscent of the trench coat’s military history. Brown is a great option if you want a leather trench coat. And, of course, khaki is king.

Trench Coat Styles Allow Every Man to Wear Them

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Trench coats are classic pieces of men’s fashion. Little has changed and little will change in trench coat styles. What you buy today will look great tomorrow and twenty years from now.

However, there are trench coats specifically made by “avant garde” fashion designers. We suggest you stay away from these overpriced flashy coats.

The good thing is that these trendy trench coats only make up a very small percentage of what you find in the stores. Today you will generally see trench coats in the stores that would not look out of place fifty years ago.

Single Breasted or Double Breasted: If you are vertically challenged (5’7″ or less) and / or lightweight (150lbs or less), then we suggest a single breasted trench coat. A double breasted trench coat has more fabric that would envelop a small man and his features.

Belted: Trench coats should have a removable D-ring belt. Why? Trench coat belts were used so that a military officer could attach a sword or a pistol holster. But now a belt serves a purpose of accentuating a man’s physical features.

A trench coat should be fitted (see below), but by using a belt a man can bring in those remaining fractions of an inch of fabric which would otherwise be loose.

Vented: A long coat with no vents will slow a soldier, making him an easy target for machine guns and snipers as he goes over the top of his trench into “No Man’s Land”. Therefore, the single vent on the back of a trench coat allows for his legs to achieve his maximum gait. The single vent has been a standard since the coats invention. It won’t make a departure anytime soon.

Storm flap: Sometimes erroneously called a “gun flap”, this extra piece of fabric covers the right side of a man’s breast. It protects against water entering the jacket where the two folds meet.

Soldiers who shouldered their firearms sought to remain dry underneath; a trench coat without a storm flap would “open” at the fold and allow water to enter through the “holes” between the buttons. The storm flap keeps from any holes being created as a man raises his arms. It is a valuable asset to have during the heaviest of downpours.

Insulated Linings: Some trench coats do not come with insulated linings. These are reserved for tropical climates. Another version is a trench coat with a removable insulated lining; a gentleman who lives in an area with variable weather conditions will find a removable insulated lining a godsend.

The other variation is a sewn-in insulation. The trench coat will keep you dry and the insulation will keep you warm — best for cold, rainy spring and autumn weather.

Shoulder Tabs (Epaulets): Officer insignia were attached to the epaulets so that soldiers could distinguish rank among trench coat-clad personnel. The tabs protected the coat from damage caused by the insignia pins. Today they serve only an aesthetic purpose.

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The storm flap and D-ring belt (left). Single vent and cuff straps (right).

How Should A Trench Coat Fit

The length of a trench coat is traditionally to just below the knee. However, a gentleman can find trench coats in various lengths: full-length, knee-length, three-quarters and short are the most common.

Tall men can easily wear a knee-length trench coat, but should avoid wearing short trench coats.

Short men should avoid wearing long trench coats. Unfortunately for all of us, full-length trench coats have been associated with negativity, goth, and Morpheus from “The Matrix”. We suggest to accept the fact: a man should not wear a full-length trench coat.

Below the knee

The shoulders of the trench coat should allow enough room for you to wear a man’s suit jacket underneath. About .5″ to 1″ of the trench coat should extend past your natural shoulders. This space is sufficient for layers underneath.

The chest of the trench coat should be roomy enough for you to insert your fist between the jacket and your chest without being too tight.

The sleeves of the trench coat should extend 2″ to 3″ past your suit jacket cuff. The trench coat sleeves should fall into the bottom fold of your palm.

Where to Buy a Trench Coat

Now that you are convinced that trench coats are great pieces of menswear, you ask where you can find a trench coat? Below are possible places where you can strike trench coat gold:

1) Brick-and-mortar stores. You can see, feel and put on the coat. There is security in knowing that you are buying genuine and quality coats.

2) Internet stores. Faster and more options are at your fingertips. A simple internet search will give you thousands of hits, but the problem are finding a trusted seller (see below) and not being able to see, feel and try on the coat. Use your intuition.

3) Internet auctions. Here is a great way of getting a trench coat for cheap, especially vintage trench coats. However, there is more inherent risk of false advertising than internet stores. Do some research before you bid.

4) Thrift stores. Scoring a quality trench coat is more a hope and a prayer than for certain. Persistence and knowing where to thrift could land you a vintage, lightly-used trench coat for pennies on the dollar. Our suggestion is to locate any thrift stores in well-to-do neighborhoods.

5) Within the family. Perhaps your father or grandfather, uncles or other relatives has a trench coat that fits you. If you are on the good side, you could get it for free or at least a small favor in return. It never hurts to ask.

Carefully research any “too good to be true” offers of otherwise expensive trench coats (e.g. Burberry). While the counterfeit / knockoff market for trench coats is not as prolific as luxury watches, wherever there is a famous name there are sure to be fakes.

Parting thoughts on the men’s trench coat

If you are naturally hesitant about purchasing quality clothing, we can reassure you that a classic trench coat will not lose its style. Your investment today will keep the rain off your back for decades to come.

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5 Best-Selling Tom Ford Colognes Every Man Should Try

Tom Ford Black Orchid

It’s not hard to see why Tom Ford colognes are some of the best in the world. They offer a perfect blend of sophistication and masculinity that is hard to find elsewhere.

If you’re looking for a new cologne for yourself or as a gift for someone else, look no further than these five options from Tom Ford.

  1. Black Orchid
  2. Tobacco Vanille
  3. Ombre Leather
  4. Mandarino di Amalfi
  5. Oud Wood

#1 Black Orchid

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Tom Ford’s Black Orchid is a hidden gem when it comes to men’s fragrances. The cologne offers a perfect blend of sophistication and masculinity that is hard to find elsewhere.

If you’re looking for a new cologne for yourself or as a gift for someone else, look no further than this option from Tom Ford.

Black Orchid is the perfect scent for men who want something unique and different. It has all the best qualities of other colognes but with an added edge that makes it stand out from the rest.

Not only does Black Orchid smell great, but it also lasts long. You won’t have to worry about reapplying every few hours as you might with some other colognes.

I’ll be honest – this fragrance might be a bit too floral for guys who prefer traditionally ‘masculine’ fragrances. Technically, Tom Ford’s Black Orchid is actually a unisex fragrance so it can be worn by both men and women.

What this means is, unlike male fragrances, Tom Ford’s Black Orchid won’t make you smell like a old school man. If that’s what you’re going for then this might not be the best cologne for you.

However, if you’re looking for something unique and different, Black Orchid is definitely worth checking out. It’s perfect for making a statement and turning heads wherever you go.

Ultimately, Black Orchid is a great choice for any man who wants to make a statement without going too over the top. It’s perfect for special occasions or date night – but I’d avoid wearing it at the office. In small spaces with lots of people, it can be quite overpowering.

Tom Ford Black Orchid EDP 3.4 fl oz

$90.00 ($26.47 / Fl Oz)

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Customer Reviews

04/17/2024 10:15 pm GMT

Top Notes: Truffle, Gardenia, Blackcurrant, Ylang-Ylang, Jasmine, Bergamot, Orange, Leomon

Heart Notes: Orchid, Spices, Gardenia, Ylang-Ylang, Jasmine, Lotus

Base Notes: Chocolate, Patchouli, Vanille, Incense, Amber, Sandalwood, Vetiver, White Musk

#2 Tobacco Vanille

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Tobacco Vanille is one of those fragrances that you either love or hate.

Personally, I love it – it’s warm, spicy and reminds me of Christmas morning.

So it’s no surprise that Tobacco Vanille is strictly a cold weather fragrance. Wear this in the summer, and you just won’t smell right. It’s too warm, rich and spicy – plain and simple.

However, when those cold days come around, Tobacco Vanille is king. It’s the perfect fragrance to curl up by the fire with. It’s also great for date night or a night out on the town.

Just like Black Orchid, Tobacco Vanille is technically a unisex fragrance so it can be worn by both men and women.

However, I think this one leans more towards being a male fragrance. It just has a certain kind of mystery and masculine allure that most women’s fragrances don’t tend to have.

As with many Tom Ford fragrances, I’d avoid wearing this one to the office. As with Black Orchid, it can be quite overwhelming when worn in a work environment, and people won’t appreciate it in the same way as they would when worn at a party or date.

Top Notes: Tobacco Leaf, Spice Notes

Heart Notes: Tonka Bean, Vanilla Pod, Cocoa bean, Tobacco Blossom

Base Notes: Dry Fruits, Woody Notes

#3 Ombre Leather

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Ever wanted to smell like a Hollywood cowboy?

Then Ombre Leather should be your go-to fragrance.

Leather fragrances are traditionally very masculine simply because of the associations society has with leather – tough guy, jacket wearing men who break hearts and ride motorcycles.

And while that’s certainly attractive to women, Tom Ford’s Ombre Leather is a different kind of leather fragrance. It’s smooth, sophisticated and definitely more Hollywood than Harley Davidson.

By coupling leather notes alongside cardamom, jasmine and amber – Tom Ford has formulated a cologne that’s both masculine and seductive all in one spray. In short, Ombre Leather makes you smell like a sophisticated gentleman in a leather jacket rather than an old leather coach.

This scent is perfect for date night or a night out on the town. It’s also great for special occasions like weddings or anniversaries.

Tom Ford Ombre Leather 3.4 Oz

$130.00 ($38.24 / Fl Oz)

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Top Notes: Cardamom

Heart Notes: Leather, Jasmine Sambac

Base Notes: Amber, Moss, Patchouli

#4 Mandarino di Amalfi

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On the complete opposite side of the scent spectrum, we have Mandarino di Amalfi – Tom Ford’s answer to fresh, summer fragrances.

Sure, the majority of Tom Ford Fragrances are woody and dark scents that are most suited to colder evenings. However, when he does release a summer fragrance, you can bet your bottom dollar that it’s going to be incredible.

Madarino di Amalfi is just that: incredible.

For those that don’t know – Amalfi is actually a small coastal town in Italy. A place that’ warm and fresh, where the smell of the ocean fills the street and tellers peddle locally grown fruit from wooden carts.

If that doesn’t tell you what Tom Ford’s Mandarino Di Amalfi smells like then I don’t know what will!

The fragrance opens strong with citrus and develops into a spicy floral dry down. It’s the perfect cologne for a summer vacation to the beach, or a classy dinner date on a hot summer’s eve.

Top Notes: Lemon, Grapefruit, Mint, Basil, Tarragon, Blackcurrant

Heart Notes: Orange Blossom, Jasmine, Clary Sage, Shiso, Coriander, Black Pepper

Base Notes: Musk, Vetiver, Civet, Labdanum, Amber

#5 Oud Wood

Tom Ford Oud Wood

Everyone’s heard of Tom Ford’s Oud Wood – and for good reason.

It’s an incredibly masculine scent that’s perfect for any man that wants to exude confidence, sophistication and an air of mystery.

Oud Wood is a unisex fragrance, but I think it definitely leans more towards being a male cologne. It’s the kind of scent that makes you feel like you can take on the world – and women will certainly be drawn to that.

For those not in the know, Oud is a type of wood that comes from agar trees. It’s considered quite a rare fragrance note and isn’t easy to come by, which is why it’s typically featured in higher-end, niche fragrances.

Tom Ford’s Oud Wood takes the smoky quality of Oud and combines it with a range of other scents including cardamom, sandalwood, vanilla and amber to create a truly masculine fragrance.

It’s the perfect cologne for a night out on the town or a special occasion like a wedding. Just be warned: a little goes a long way with this one!

Of the many fragrances in Tom Ford’s Private Blends collection, I’d say this is one of the more office friendly options. While it certainly isn’t as universally pleasing as many designer colognes on the market, this niche scent won’t take over a room and make people’s noses hurt.

Sure, your colleagues will definitely notice you wearing it, but not to the extent that it’s offending them while they work at their desks.

Notes: Oud, Rosewood, Cardamom, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Sichuan Pepper, Vetiver, Tonka Bean, Amber

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No-Fail Color Combos For Men: Summer 2024 Edition

man wearing navy blue shorts with a white tee and dark red cotton cardigan

One of the trickier elements of achieving good style is color theory. That is, what looks good together, what matches, what contrasts well, the works!

When men initially start their style journey, before they learn about the context and history of various aesthetics, they’ll often try tackling color first.

And for good reason. Not matching correctly or poor color choices are a quick and easy way to doom your outfit. Getting it right takes a trained eye – or a handy guide like this one.

Specifically in the summer months, there tend to be more color options available to men’s clothing than ever. Less layers means our outfits are sometimes encouraged to make a statement through different means, whether that’s through pattern, texture, or perhaps most obviously, color!

And so, without further ado, here are our recommendations for no-fail color combinations for men’s outfits this summer.

White, Red, and Navy Blue

man wearing navy blue shorts with a white tee and dark red cotton cardigan

Perhaps a bit on-the-nose for the Fourth of July season, but arguably all the more so appropriate because of it, there’s something nostalgic about loosely representing the American flag during the summer – albeit tastefully.

One sure way to nail this formula without mistakenly getting raised along the flag pole is to combine a classic white tee with navy blue pants, shorts, or denim, along with a primary or dark red cardigan for cool summer evenings.

Too warm for the cardigan? Consider a blue and red patterned top with white shorts or white linen trousers for a similar effect with more cooling factor.

It’s a brilliant combo with just a dash of patriotic flair. Trust us!

Off-White, Tan, and Forest Green

man wearing off-white painter pants with a tan belt and a dark green linen shirt

Sometimes, deep contrast is what you want for maximum dynamism in an outfit. To experiment with this color combination, try pairing a pair of off-white painter/carpenter pants with a dark, forest green top (either a tee or a camp collar shirt). Tie it all together with a pair of tan loafers and a matching tan braided belt!

Looking to go cooler? Perhaps opt for a pair of forest green shorts and an off-white tee. Finish it off with a sleek pair of tan espadrilles or elegant fisherman’s sandals, and you’re ready to hit the sun!

Classic Black and White

man wearing a pair of white linen trousers with a black knit polo and black loafers

Minimalism can be elegant, and there’s no better proof than the classic black and white combo.

This generally works best for slightly elevated outfits, ranging from smart casual to business casual. Try starting with a pair of white pleated trousers, preferably in a breathable fabric like cotton, or even better, linen. Pair them with a black knit polo, tucked in ideally, and accessorize with a black leather belt and matching loafers.

A more elegant way to spin this combo is with a white linen suit – paired with a simple black tee shirt. If you’re feeling a bit of retro flair in your veins, dare to swap the tee for a black shirt with a 70s-inspired, jumbo collar worn popped over the jacket’s lapels. You can totally pull it off with confidence – we promise.

Autumnal Orange and Sage Green

man wearing sage green seersucker pants with a burnt orange camp collar shirt and tortoiseshell sunglasses

Are you an autumnal soul? As in, someone who wishes it was fall during all three other seasons? We don’t blame you! Autumn color palettes are some of the most visually pleasing and downright cozy.

The good news is, you don’t have to wait until fall to incorporate autumnal earth tones into your summer wardrobe! It’s not like it’s illegal. If anything, it’s a fun nod to another season when worn properly.

A burnt or rust orange definitely screams fall, but when utilized on a classic camp collar shirt and paired with a more summery sage green (either in short or linen trouser iterations), it surprisingly works!

Soft Pink and Deep Blue

outfit of dark blue linen trousers with a soft pink linen button down shirt

When worn well, pink can be a surprisingly masculine color that echoes elegance and signals sophistication.

An easy way to see this for yourself is by pairing deep blue trousers (try seersucker or linen for ideal weather friendly comfort) with a soft pink linen shirt – either long sleeve or short. You can also swap the pants for shorts if that’s more your thing.

The rich contrast between pink and blue tones is especially exciting in summer, where both colors reign highly.

White on White on White (or Maybe Tan)

Man sitting down at an outdoor Italian cafe wearing white linen pleated pants, a matching white linen shirt tucked in, and tan loafers

No, no, we’re not kidding around with this one. If you’re lacking in the hair department, you might choose to avoid this combo in order to beat the “Mr. Clean” allegations, but when done well, we still think this look is a power-move.

The key is to incorporate summer texture. White pants or shorts in either linen or seersucker, combined with a white top in a similar fabric. Linen on linen works wonders. Seersucker on linen is great, too. Seersucker on seersucker tends to work best with a suit, but use your discretion.

Finish it off with either white sneakers (canvas ones are great) or a daring white loafer. Alternatively, if you want to break up the white just a drop, consider opting for tan shoes with a matching belt. In many ways, it’s arguably more elegant.

Tan and Teal

man wearing tan pleated chinos with a teal camp collar shirt

Tan is a canvas upon which everything will match, which is why going bold and exciting with a contrasting shade is a good bet. Teal is a fine choice because it’s reminiscent of mediterranean oceans and mosaic tiles, further reinforcing the summery association.

The safest way to approach this look is with tan chinos or shorts combined with a rich teal top (either a tee, linen shirt, or camp collar shirt). Tan or brown accessories will seal the deal, but an alternative method is to reverse the colors on their head.

Teal shorts are quite striking but within the bounds of good taste, and a tan linen shirt looks absolutely stellar with them. Try it for yourself!

Beige, Chocolate Brown, and Sage Green

man wearing beige linen trousers with pleats, paired with a sage green tee shirt tucked in, and dark brown loafers and a dark brown braided leather belt

Looking for something similar to the previous option but one that works a bit better in more professional settings? Beige trousers, paired with chocolate brown loafers and a matching belt, look great with sage green, a calmer alternative to teal.

Sometimes referred to as seafoam green, sage looks especially elegant when represented by a linen fabric.

Calm Gray and Black

man wearing relaxed-fitting pleated gray high-waisted trousers with a black knit polo, black belt, and black loafers

Don’t underestimate the versatility of gray in your summer wardrobe. In truth, it can go with almost anything, but looks sleekest when paired with black.

Not convinced? Try combining a pair of gray linen pants with a black knit polo for that after work rooftop party, or gray shorts with a black tee for a sleek and minimal laid-back day. From fine summer tailoring to relaxed and leisurely attire, this combo is something of a cheat code, if you ask us.

Maroon and Mint

Man wearing a pair of mint green seersucker shorts with a maroon polo shirt and white sneakers

We’re not done with shades of red! Maroon is often seen as one of the more mature shades, but you can make it feel a bit more playful if you pair it next to an airy mint color tone.

A pair of mint green (fainter than sage, in most cases) pants or shorts delivers extra wow-factor when placed alongside a maroon red top. From tees to polos to linen button downs, you’ve got options. But you can reverse the positions too! Try maroon shorts with a mint tee on toasty days for a look that’ll keep you cool and looking, well, cooler!

Lastly, Experiment!

Aside from these specific seasonal recommendations, allow yourself to have fun and experiment with different color and color combinations on your own! It takes time and experience to gain a truly trained eye, and while learning the basics of color theory can help, your personal style journey will thank you for any hands-on experience!.

So go out there, and give some of these a whirl. When you’re ready, feel free to try new ideas out for yourself!

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Stylish Father’s Day Gift Ideas: Perfect Picks from Merci Maman, ChloBo, Lebrusan Studio, and Dower & Hall

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As Father’s Day approaches, it’s time to celebrate the wonderful dads in our lives with thoughtful and stylish gifts. Whether you’re looking for something classic, trendy, or completely unique, this gift guide has you covered. Featuring pieces from Merci Maman, ChloBo, Lebrusan Studio, and Dower & Hall, you’ll find gifts to suit every budget and taste.

Merci Maman

Merci Maman offers personalized jewelry that makes a perfect sentimental gift. Their Personalized Intertwined Necklace is a standout piece, featuring two or three rings that can be engraved with names, dates, or a special message. This elegant necklace is ideal for a dad who loves meaningful keepsakes.

Another beautiful option is the Personalized Open Bangle, which is both sleek and stylish. Engrave it with a special date or message to make it a unique token of appreciation. For new dads, the Personalized Initial Necklace featuring the initials of their children is a touching and timeless choice.

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For the fashion-forward dad, ChloBo offers trendy yet sophisticated pieces. The Men’s Noodle Ball Bracelet is a versatile accessory that combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. It’s perfect for a dad who appreciates minimalist style with a touch of elegance.

The Sacred Earth Ring is another excellent choice. This bold piece is crafted with precision and can add a statement to any outfit. If your dad is into layered looks, the Protective Eye Necklace is a stylish and symbolic piece that can be worn alone or with other chains.

Lebrusan Studio

Lebrusan Studio is known for its intricate and ethical designs. For a dad with a taste for the unique, the Silver Skull Ring is a standout. This piece combines a touch of edginess with exquisite craftsmanship, making it perfect for the dad who loves something a bit different.

For something more classic, consider the Gold St Christopher Pendant. This traditional symbol of protection is beautifully crafted and makes a thoughtful gift for the dad who travels often or loves classic jewelry. Another excellent option is the Ethical Wedding Band, ideal for renewing vows or simply as a token of enduring love.

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Dower & Hall

Dower & Hall offers timeless pieces that exude elegance. The Leather & Pearl Bracelet is an excellent choice for the millennial dad who appreciates a blend of classic and contemporary styles. The combination of leather and pearls creates a distinctive look that is both rugged and refined.

For dads who love symbolic jewelry, the Tree of Life Pendant is a meaningful piece that represents family and growth. It’s a beautiful reminder of the roots and connections that make a family strong. The Skullduggery Wax Melts are a fun and quirky gift for dads who enjoy unique home fragrances and stylish decor.

Lastly, for a classic and elegant gift, consider the Silver St Christopher Pendant. This traditional piece is perfect for any dad, providing both style and a sense of protection.


With this selection of thoughtful and stylish pieces from Merci Maman, ChloBo, Lebrusan Studio, and Dower & Hall, you’re sure to find the perfect gift to show your dad just how much he means to you. Whether he loves personalized jewelry, modern fashion, unique designs, or timeless classics, there’s something here to suit every taste and budget. Celebrate Father’s Day with a gift that will be cherished for years to come.

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