Father’s Day Gift For English Gentleman & CEO?

Hello,
I have the same issue each and every time that it comes to having to purchase a gift for my boyfriend. People always say that I should know what he likes by now, but its hard to buy something fo someone who has everything.

Also, he is very conservative, very good taste and has like a "professor type" of personality. I have been pretty successful in selecting the right gifts so far, but thats when the economy was good :(

I dont think that I will be ordering that Gucci cardigan this time :) and believe
me, he hates when I splurge on him. But when I see his smile and how surprised he always is when I choose something great.. It makes me so happy.

So any ideas?… I would really appreciate it and it would mean alot to me.
Thanks!

P.s. For mothers day he bought me a limited edition Coach handbag, that is unbelievably elegant and beautiful.

Hmm, does he like to eat? The reason I’m asking is that I heard a suggestion for gifts I thought would be good for a ‘foodie.’ It’s not very personal, but it’s an interesting choice.

Give him an assortment of olive oils. There are all kinds – I found out. Not the kind you get at the grocery store, but at the boutique shops. Some shops even specialize in olive oils and other gifts that go with them.

Then, give him a loaf of great bread that he can break up and use to soak up the olive oils. You can add pepper or hot pepper flakes.

Add a nice bottle of wine and you have some great before dinner snacks or something to munch on while you’re sitting on the patio watching the sunset.

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4 Responses to Father’s Day Gift For English Gentleman & CEO?

  1. Mason says:

    a tieReferences :

  2. Malika says:

    Hmm, does he like to eat? The reason I’m asking is that I heard a suggestion for gifts I thought would be good for a ‘foodie.’ It’s not very personal, but it’s an interesting choice.

    Give him an assortment of olive oils. There are all kinds – I found out. Not the kind you get at the grocery store, but at the boutique shops. Some shops even specialize in olive oils and other gifts that go with them.

    Then, give him a loaf of great bread that he can break up and use to soak up the olive oils. You can add pepper or hot pepper flakes.

    Add a nice bottle of wine and you have some great before dinner snacks or something to munch on while you’re sitting on the patio watching the sunset.References :

  3. Now Now says:

    Marks and Spencer Raincoat.References :

  4. Scott says:

    How about a Mont Blanc pen?References :

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