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15 Stylish Gift Ideas for Men

Impress your father, uncle, brother with these gift ideas.
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Men are a tough bunch to give gifts to, and what makes it even tougher is that there's not much of a selection of items to choose from. Instead of overthinking what to give the men in your life, consider upping their daily essentials to these stylish and luxurious options.

A Casual Timepiece


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Montblanc Timewalker, Montblanc, Rustan's

Most men have a number of formal timepieces, gifting a casual and sporty watch will prove to be more than useful in this day and age.

An Activewear Item


Atsui Senshi Training Tee, Atsui, atsui.ph

It may not be the first item that pops into givers' and receivers' minds, but activewear is a great gift option for the athletic.

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A Reliable Bag


Furla, Shangri-La Plaza and Greenbelt 5

Instead of picking a formal or truly casual bag, go for one that can pass for both occasions.

A Minimalist Piece of Jewelry

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The Superior Labor, Signet, Shangri-La at the Fort

Men are especially complicated when it comes to jewelry. Opt for a minimal piece of jewelry in either gold or silver.

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A Holiday Treat


Aperitif Mini Black, aperitif.ph

Though not an essential, a festive holiday box of treats will be appreciated by bachelors and family men alike.

A Top-Shelf Bottle


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Don Papa Rum Rare Cask

A top-shelf bottle is a classic men's gift for a reason. It can be put to use during holiday gatherings and socials.

A Luxurious Pair of Cufflinks


Cartier cufflinks, Cartier, Rustan's

Get him a pair of quality cufflinks that will end all cufflinks.

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A Quality Leather Piece

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Ettinger London, Signet, Shangri-La at the Fort

Small leather goods are easy gifts. These can come in the form of valet trays, passport holders, card holders, and more.

A Statement Pair of Shoes


Bottega Veneta penny loafers, Shangri-La Plaza and Greenbelt 4

For the dandy man, a statement pair of classics.

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A Trusty Overnighter


Bottega Veneta duffle, Shangri-La Plaza and Greenbelt 4

Luggage items are always welcome in any wardrobe.

A Stylish Pair of Sneakers


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ARKK sneakers, The Nines at Uptown Mall

Pick a stylish pair that can go beyond workout and training.

An Unexpected Scent


Maison Francis Kurkdijan, Adora Greenbelt 5 and Shangri-La Plaza

Don't play safe by choosing a common scent, instead opt for a niche perfume brand.

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A Luxurious Skincare Set


MALIN+GOETZ Shaving Cream, Adora Greenbelt 5 and Shangri-La Plaza

Everyone, even men, will appreciate a quality beauty product.

A Durable Luggage Piece


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Tumi 19 Degree Case, available at Tumi stores

Get the most durable luggage material: aluminum.

A Novelty Item

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Brass Whistle, Regiment, Windsor Tower Makati

If he's truly difficult to give gifts to then novelty items are no fail. This brass whistle can be used a keychain, pendant, or as they did in the war, attached to the zipper of a jacket.

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Paolo Chua
Paolo Chua is a style writer based in Manila. He writes about fashion, trends, shopping, current news, and more for Townandcountry.ph.
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