“It's Season. TV commercials are becoming unbearable, there is tinsel everywhere, and with the upcoming Christmas season, a well-known complaint is coming up: "It's so hard to buy something for you." You could swear that Christmas gifts for men were about as heavy as a lost ark to find.
We are here to tell you that it is simply not true. Even in the age of click-and-collect and same-day delivery, when most men only buy what they want, there are countless Christmas gift ideas that will put you firmly on the good list. With this in mind, we have put together the most beautiful festive gifts for men at any price.
Budget: Under £ 20 | Under £ 50 | Under £ 100 | Under £ 150 | Over £ 150
Under £ 20
A stylish notebook
Talking about the boss isn't the only way to blind in the meeting room. Writing paper that combines eye-catching design with high-quality details like heavy paper is far better than using apprentice-style buzzwords and pretending to know what they mean.
Mishmash: £ 20.00
Socks are an absolute must for men, but many are wrong still. Sidestep sticky novelties this year and instead grab a striped pair that will go perfectly with your sneaker wardrobe.
Escuyer: £ 15.00
A Winter Hat
The bad news is that the cold weather is guaranteed to come back year after year. The good news, however, is that this is just an excuse to put on quality headgear, like a hat that keeps frost – and all volatile trends – at bay.
Uniqlo: £ 9.90
After the financial crisis that is Christmas, the booking can be made of a vacation seem like a dream. However, this does not mean that you cannot prepare for it. A pair of sunglasses in a proven shape is a wise choice, and luckily, Tenerife's main road has much more forgiving price tags than two weeks.
ASOS: £ 10.00
It makes little sense, more for him Spend containers as for what's inside. Which is the all-important alcohol. An affordable cocktail set is more than enough for the amateur bartender, and even better, the change left over from this example should allow you to buy a semi-decent bottle of something strong.
VonShef: £ 16.99
A sturdy mobile phone case
An upgrade to the State of the art means ordering a new Ferrari and saving money 20 on airbags: straight forward stupid. Choose a chic case that looks like a second skin and protects the equipment without sacrificing style.
Native Union: £ 19.00
A Beard Care Set
Regardless what the haters suspect we have not yet reached the "goatee". In fact, we are not far from it. A basic care set should be standard equipment for every Hirsute Gent. Keep your loved ones and beards in stock for the Christmas window.
Bulldog: £ 15.00
An Improved Umbrella
Too many men kick the elements with an inferior umbrella that is turned over by a gust of wind that is as strong as the sneeze of a five-year-old. Christmas is the perfect time to upgrade. Not only is it a gift that few men consider to be themselves, it is also ideal combat armor in the run-up to dawn in January.
Amazon: £ 16.99
A Denim Protector
Jeans lovers know that jeans with raw edges are not intended for regular washing, while others simply forget to introduce their favorite couple to the drum of the machine. Regardless of which camp he is in, a refreshing spray promises to keep his kicks spotless, odorless and bacteria-free and to extend the life of his jeans.
Mr Black: £ 14.00
Under £ 50
Nobody north of 18 should suffer a selection box. And nobody younger should enjoy gin. Assuming he is of legal age – and we certainly hope that this is the case – equip the worst Christmas price with a box of goodies that keep him half full and half cut.
Hotel Chocolat: £ 20.00
A chic scarf
Everyone with a touch of Fashion sense knows that true style is in trend, small details. Allow him to keep warm while updating his look with a pretty scarf. This great example gives him the opportunity to add a touch of flair to any outfit.
Marks & Spencer: £ 45.00
A digital stylist
Buying clothes for other people can be a risky game, especially if you don't really understand their style. Instead, get a gift that transfers the responsibility of the AI and the human stylist. Companies like Thread.com learn what their customers value and suggest tailor-made purchases based on their appearance and needs. And they make gift cards helpful.
Buy Now: £ 50.00
A Kitchen Masterpiece
Make a Breakfast with Champions One for the gods. Forget your bog bread burner, this kit cooks toast, eggs and beans at the same time. Just add ketchup and a Boxing Day hangover.
Argos: £ 34.99
Don Draper-like behavior won't get you anything but an HR discipline these days, but you shouldn't rule out his equipment. A slender hip flask is reminiscent of rosier times of boiling down in your pocket, and there are bonus points that you can collect if you have it engraved. Maybe just keep it for a weekend.
John Lewis: £ 45.00
A Coffee Table Book
There are two things every functioning adult should have in their home: enough underwear for a full week and a few books. The latter is more likely to be shown to visitors (we hope), so make sure it's something that others want to pick up on, like this volume that documents the most important era of hip-hop.
End Clothing: £ 30.00
A Leather Wash Bag
Airport security sandwich bags are by no means a toiletries of the man. Instead, a double leather kit is a simple yet effective storage place for all important care items, especially if it consists of several compartments to separate wet and dry objects.
Marks & Spencer: £ 29.50
Nobody underestimates their own crown jewels, therefore deserve a home more like Buckingham Palace than Her Majesty's prison service. A pair of premium boxer shorts is perfect for a king, especially if it's made from soft, breathable cotton. A real royal treat.
CDLP: £ 29.00
Whiskey is not all reddish old men who swallowed and stuttered. Okay, it's kind of like that. At least the younger (and cooler) have room to join the ranks, thanks to highly motivated Japanese blends that are more silky smooth hipsters than grandpa tipples.
Nikka: £ 38.99
A Sneaker Care Kit
Nobody will understand the quirks of a sneakerhead : This well-known pearl brow when box-fresh leather is threatened by a nearby puddle. Prevent seizures from rain-related PTSD with a shoe care kit – an indispensable gift for anyone who has bad habits for good shoes.
End Clothing: £ 29.00
A Luxury Tie
Doesn't matter if he's a nine-to – A five-man or an experienced urban man is not a complete nine-to-five look without a tie. But that doesn't mean you have to settle for a boring boardroom. Exchanging traditional silk for a textured wool pattern gives his office clothes a touch of preppy style regardless of age.
TM Lewin: £ 34.95
An All-in-One Pan
There is something worse than the calorie intake of a fried breakfast. And that's the washing up. The split Master Pan frying pan minimizes the potential cleaning process, so you can prepare an entire meal with a single device. Good Appetite.
Amazon: £ 22.99
Under £ 100
A Signature Scent
Yes, a man's nostrils can be picky at the best of times, but the warm welcome from Chanel's Allure Homme has been almost universal since the late 90s. Consisting of fresh notes such as coriander, black pepper and Venezuelan tonka bean, it is not for nothing that it attracts countless men from generation to generation.
The Fragrance Shop: £ 77.50 for 100ml
A simple bangle
Now that Mr. T is no longer the figurehead for men's jewelry, the market is on the upswing. However, we would still feel sorry for the fool who tries to dive head first. Let him start with a simple bangle that keeps his limbs up to date without slipping into the area of the costumes.
Miansai: £ 75.00
A Cotton Dressing Gown
There is a time in every man's life when he Take nightwear seriously (do you really think Ryan Gosling hits the hay in a pizza-stained T-shirt?) Dressing gown that makes reading the morning paper even more enjoyable.
Marks & Spencer: £ 59.00
A Curated Travel Kit
Who is lucky enough to get frequent flyer status if he doesn't neglect his skin care system. A well-designed travel set should be put together especially for the hardships of city life and contain all the products that are needed to fight smog and dehydration on all continents.
Aesop: £ 55.00
An Everyday Bag
The men's bag is a delicate phenomenon. Too big and it's a weekend bag. Too small and definitely a handbag. And while backpacks are the epitome, they're hardly inventive – all of this makes a bag the perfect interim solution, especially if it's made of a sturdy material and has a color that goes with everything else in a man's closet.
Sir Plus: £ 65.00
Nobody dislikes Stan Smiths. Nobody. And if there is only a hint of disappointment on Christmas Day, he honestly does not deserve high-class minimalism made of white leather that goes with almost everything in his closet.
Superga: £ 95.00
A traditional shaving set
Whether it's the nine-to-five or are only the personal preferences that have a fresh face, it should not be made without the right kit. The right shaving set includes a double-edged razor and a shaving brush for real badger hair – the only way to get foam on your cheeks.
Mühle: £ 95.00
An Oxford shirt
Many men are afraid before colors, although this does not necessarily have to be the case. By finishing a wearable part like an Oxford shirt with a permanent shade, you achieve a guaranteed style gain that survives any volatile, poorly advised trend. A solid logo doesn't hurt either.
End Clothing: £ 95.00
Stainless Steel Knives
In a large from Kill Bill: "You may not be able to fight like a samurai, but you can at least fry like a samurai". Okay, it was "die". Assuming he's more a dojo than a kung fu master, instead channel the land of the rising sun with a Japanese kitchen knife inch ” />
A compact cardholder
The advent of contactless payment means two things: brazen pint purchases come on Friday and little need for cold, hard cash. The reduction to a simple cardholder helps to keep a man's accessory game reserved and stylish.
Joint Projects: £ 90.00
A Premium Cotton T-Shirt
The Modest White T- Shirt is the bread and butter of a men's wardrobe. So it's worth investing. Help him shrink his sleeves and twist the hems this year by opting for a premium version made from 100 percent premium cotton.
Sunspel: £ 90.00
Under £ 150
A take-over shirt
When the man in your life is a style-conscious boy and buys clothes A week later, it is not an easy task for him to be back in the store. Eliminate the risk factor by collecting this sure winner. It's thick, it's warm, it goes with everything, and it looks good. What more can he ask?
A Days March: £ 145.00
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A Polaroid Camera
With the Talking Polaroid 600- Instant camera lets you enjoy photos the way they were intended. No insta likes, no filters and no easy way to take a selfie (thank goodness) – just a romantic look back at the days before the hashtag.
Polaroid: £ 109.00
An Undervalued Watch
Somewhere on the line was the world of watches really difficult to navigate (they don't call them "complications" for nothing). Take things back to the essentials with a minimalist watch that delivers one thing: straightforward style.
Timex x Nigel Cabourn: £ 139.00
One to Five Pocket
Ob Valedictorian or class clown, Ivy League threads are available to everyone. However, if the look with the full knitted vest and tartan scarf is a little too little, opt for a bag instead. "A" for effort and, even better, an "A" for style.
Barbour: £ 139.00
Despite Donald Trump's opinion, reading is cool , Especially if it is a stylish e-reader. With insane battery life (up to six weeks) and the capacity to store thousands of books on something lighter than a paperback, every man can now boast a library in his own home.
Amazon: £ 119.99
A cool AF Köln
Often described as one of the best men's fragrances of all time, Dior & # 39; s Eau Sauvage deserves praise. Long-lasting notes of citrus and wood are a classic combination that suits most tastes, while 200 ml of good material will keep it in stock for months to come, if not years.
John Lewis: £ 115.50 for 200ml
There is a reason why people do not wear flip-flops in winter. Aside from the fact that they would look like total tools, the cold weather is not good for our extremities. The same goes for our hands, which makes a solid pair of gloves a breeze.
Norse Projects: £ 119.00
Although it was originally a shoe for Norwegian For farmers, the humble loafer has become a must-have shoe style – and for good reason. An additional snaffle detail accentuates the iconic design with a single metal bar and helps nail this difficult smart casual terrain.
Over £ 150
An Outstanding Shaver
What's Worse Than a Groomed Beard? A poorly cared for, shiny with burned areas, uneven hair and stray stragglers. Admittedly, the model names usually sound like sports cars, but that's because the Aventador electric shaver is the care world and has a head that can bend in all directions, whether wet or dry, long or short.
Amazon: £ 182.56
A Party Ready Spokesman
No one can speak up these days excuse shitty music at a party (the house or dinner sort). Every man should aim to offer guests a higher sound quality and deliver crystal clear music that disturbs the mood or the neighbors as the user wishes.
Bang & Olufsen: £ 350.00
Wireless Headphones are the new MiniDisc. Unless they serve a purpose and people actually want them. This year, audiophile heavyweights have enhanced their games with sleek designs that feature long monster battery life and intuitive controls that respond naturally to the habits of listening to music.
Bowers & Wilkins: £ 329.00
A Slim Coat
Without a coat is none well-designed wardrobe completely, but it's worth getting it right. Dark colors like black and dark blue look chic, but neutral colors like camel and brown can be combined with jeans and sweatshirts. Opt for soft and insulating wool to surpass the low temperatures in high style.
COS: £ 250.00
Adult Gaming Gear
Buy a console, lose it a friend / brother / husband. Which, depending on how you look at it, is not a bad thing. The Xbox One X 1TB is the latest upgrade from Microsoft for the product family that 1) doesn't look like an Alien cooler and 2) 40 percent more powerful than any other console. It was nice to know you.
Amazon: £ 358.00
A Powerhouse Toothbrush
Unless you To risk a mouth full of teeth that look like corn kernels, a state-of-the-art toothbrush is essential. Look for a device that combines several functions in a clear, user-friendly design that is not out of place in the bathroom of a human cave, such as: B. Philips Sonicare DiamondClean.
Amazon: £ 129.97
A travel bag
A good weekend bag is not too good smell. Ideal for in-between trips where a backpack is too small and a suitcase is too extreme. Take this Billingham example, which is made from a durable fabric and has leather details and brass fittings for added durability.
Billingham: £ 395.00
Everything that really shines is gold, especially when it is is a Chromebook. This pocket rocket from Acer has a Full HD resolution, a battery life of 12 hours and a 13.5-inch LCD touchscreen display that is among the best. Try to escape the shine.
Google: £ 629.00
Ein Natty Blazer
Blue: the safest shadow on the bike. Ein Blazer: The most versatile smart casual model a man can own. Combine the two and you'll get a men's accessory that looks just as pretty with a white t-shirt as it does with a shirt and tie.
APC: £ 439.00