Remember last week when I wrote a post about Father’s Day activities and didn’t even get the date right? Cool, cool.

So if you are like me (and I’m pretty sure you are) then you are late to the gift giving game that is this year’s Father’s Day. A last minute gift doesn’t mean you don’t care, it just means you like taking risks in life. You know? So below are some low-risk gifts for Father’s Day that if you order today will NOT be late. Past say this Thursday, you are on your own sis.

Also, homemade cards FTW from now until Gemma is 18.

I’ve rounded up some of the coolest gifts for dad below! Quite a bit of a price range too, but overall pretty great pieces and prices, if I do say so myself.

Garmin Forerunner 35 Watch / Teva Hurricane Sandals / Goodthreads Short Sleeve Henley / KeepCup Cork Coffee Cup

Nordic Ware Smiley Face Pancake Pan / Breville Joule Sous Vide / Apple AirPods Pro / W&P Homemade Gin Making Kit

Wacaco Portable Espresso MachineAmazon Grill Tool Set  / Bindle Bottle Storage Water Bottle

Adidas X_Plr Sneakers / Ray-Ban Erika Sunglasses / Goodthreads French Terry Shorts

Corkcicle Cigar Glass / Oars + Alps Skincare Set  / RSVP Mortar and Pestal

A Few Notes:

  • Bryan LOVES a Keepcup for his coffee and this one is so cool. In fact, major props to B for even showing this to me for this post. I think he was dropping hints now that I thought of it. LOL. Find the keepcup here.
  • I don’t know if your man is the Pancakes on Saturday kind of dad but B is and I saw this smiley face pan and thought it would be SO cute not only for B to use but for Gems to see. Find it here. 
  • The Goodthreads brand is amazing for quality and price. I picked out this henley (it’s a B favorite) and these new shorts look so comfy. I’ve been buying a lot of comfy pieces lately and thought why not for dad too?
  • B is always trying to find a place for his keys, AirPods, etc. when he goes to the gym or if we were out and about. This water bottle has a little hidden compartment underneath which is SO cool. I picked it up for him for Dad Day! Find it here. 

3 Responses

  1. Hi Kendi, I’m a long-term reader and love your style. I’ve noticed that a lot of your posts lately have been Amazon roundups, amidst a post about being an ally and that you believe Black lives matter. In alignment with those stated ethics, I wanted to ask you to consider providing options from Black-owned businesses rather than (or at least along with) Amazon. Amazon has provided goods and services to police that are really dangerous to the Black community, Amazon’s employment structure is disproportionately white, and their warehouses (where they were criticized heavily for their limited COVID protections) are disproportionately made up of people of color. Here’s just one article on the policing topic:

    I use Amazon myself (though I’m trying to avoid it when possible) and understand that it takes a lot more work to source things elsewhere. But as a fellow white lady who’s been mulling over things mentioned in your and others’ allyship posts, I think we need to start thinking about what we can do personally to support our Black community. Buying from Black-owned businesses directly instead of Amazon is one of those things that can make a real difference. Thank you for your consideration.

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