Father’s Day is just around the corner (next Sunday, June 17th) and let’s be honest, Dad can be the toughest person to shop for! With ever-changing interests and hobbies, it can be hard to keep up with the special man in your life. Tilley has great gift ideas that can adapt to Dad’s varying interests, whether he’s currently into golfing, hiking, traveling or boating!
***Birdies, backspins and bunkers – For those early-rising Dads the new Dry Inside polo is a versatile option for any morning golf game.
***Travelin’ man – Keep Dad looking sharp in trains, planes or automobiles with a structured, wrinkle resistant and washable blazer like the Tilley travel blazer. Top it with the new Shantung Fedora and tell your dashing Dad he not only looks polished but his hat also provides sun protection, making it practical, stylish and perfect for any sunny getaway!
***Cottage bound – A man of adventure packs light. The Tilley duffle bag has a masculine appeal with waxed cotton finish and vintage brown leather accents. This is an excellent weekend bag with five pockets to make a quick jaunt for Dad easy and convenient.
***Man of leisure – The new “Keep it Cool” short-sleeved placket shirt is designed for cool comfort and is a great option to dress down or up. Whether lounging in the backyard, working in the garage or running into town for more supplies, this shirt compliments the multi-faceted dad for any task he runs off to next.
***Reel it in – The early bird catches the worm, and the biggest fish! For those early morning anglers, the Outback hat has the highest UPF factor of 50+ to protect Dad’s head from the sun later in the day.
In addition to being stylish, many Tilley pieces offer unique added benefits including life-time warranties, and wrinkle resistance to ensure that dad is easily able to keep fresh and polished all day long. See below images of the products mentioned above incorporated into fabulous outfits.
For more information, please visit Tilley.com.
Have a happy Father’s Day!
Press release provided by: Edelman PR
Photo credit: Edelman PR