Father’s Day is right around the corner and we’re rounding up 10 of our favorite choices that are sure to show dad how much you love him. Keep reading for our favorite fashion picks, top accessories, and most effective wellness products. 

Cologne is always a great go-to when shopping for the men in your life. Our clients are loving Mandarino Di Amalfi by Tom Ford

Vilebrequin is featuring matching father/son bathing suits so all the generation of men in your family can be included, and we’re loving their latest summer-inspired designs.

You can never go wrong with a simple pair of sneakers, and Common Projects is, yet again, killing the game with their line of summer sneakers. Some of our favorites include a muted, taupe suede and sleek, baby blue leather.

No father has ever been known to be disappointed upon receiving a Rolex, and a vintage watch is sure to endure the style-test of time.

It wouldn’t be a BREE JACOBY gift guide without some custom! Let the BREE JACOBY stylists design a perfectly tailored shirt for the dads in your life, according to their style preferences. 

Once we start talking custom, we can’t stop. Custom cufflinks are classy, subtle, and will never fail to remind the recipient of your thoughtfulness.

Calling all wine lovers! This sleek set includes a corkscrew, cork opener, and two stoppers (one for sparkling and the other for red/white). 

Late summer nights (and the prospect of an extended quarantine) means more time for mastering classics like backgammon

For the handy dad, gift this tool kit, complete with 24 beautiful, handmade instruments. 

Looking to sneak in some healthy habits for the dads in your life? Check out Hum Nutrition’s comprehensive line of supplements and powders.

Maybe you’ve been wondering what you can do while in quarantine to help others. Maybe you’ve been really considering (better put, procrastinating) reorganizing your closet for a couple of years.

And the truth is if you don’t do it now while home 24/7, you’ll probably NEVER, EVER GET TO IT.

I sometimes need moral support as I start to dive into a task I’ve been putting off, so I’m starting with a closet edit. Here’s what’ll happen in the edit:

BREE JACOBY is going to tell me what to get rid of and what to keep.

(Score, I can’t make those sorts of decisions right now).

BREE JACOBY is going to give me tips on how to wear what I already have.

(Yes, I will be shopping inside my own closet exclusively for a bit here).

BREE JACOBY is also going to come up with a style vision for me.

(Wow, me?!?)

What I’m most excited about though is that I’ll end the call with a few bags of clothes to donate. Above finishing something I’ve been meaning to do FOREVER, this is one way that I can give back with what I have right now. It’s one thing that I can do while I’m doing nothing.

Plus, clean closet, clean mind, right?!

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