The Fashion Worked Gift Guide For Men

Many of you have been wondering what to get the men in your life for Christmas, being a man I have some advantage in this area, given that what I really want is the collection of Vogue covers in a book I surrender that advantage somewhat.

But you’ll be pleased to know I called on my chums and sought their opinions, and here we have it, the FashionWorked Gifts For Men Guide. Theres a range of prices, but we say think an idea is good, get your google on and see what you can find like it to make it extra perfect.

*all prices correct at time of collation, be aware sale prices may expire by the time you read this. Where applicable I’ve added both sale and retail price. I haven’t included shipping as it varies depending on what you choose.

100 tours100 Tours, 100 Tales Cycling eBook – I love cycling, and this year was the 100th Tour De France, this book is about the history and events over that 100 years, its a cracking read from a writer I love, and an utter bargain at £5.

*Its an eBook that you will have to download, contact Velocast for details on that if your not sure as its not a “kindle” book.

phone casePhotobox Personalised Phone Case – Parents love memories, get a special photo put on their phone case, the one shown is a Samsung model, but most are available starting at £9

Multi ToolStanley Multi Tool – Very handy to have in the drawer for quick jobs, a useful and lower price gift option at £9.99

drink stuff pourerDrink Stuff Aero Pourer– For those who like wine, this allows a bottle of red to breathe as its opened, rather than having to remember to do it in advance. My wine liking friends love the one they have, its on sale at £14.99 (usually £19.99)

wet shaveTraditional Wet Shave – Gifts should be about getting something special, and for an amazing experience a traditional wet shave is hard to beat, using a cut throat razor your special man will feel like a Victorian noble man. From £15

dr who ice bucketBBC Dr Who Ice Bucket – Know a sci fi fan, or just a Whovian, they will love this ice bucket, and unfortunately you’ll have to also get champagne to put in it, yeah its the gift that gets you something out of it, priced at £15.99

sweetsDebenhams 70’s Sweets Collection – Everyone likes sweets, everyone likes nostalgia, this is a jar full of sweet nostalgia for £18

ipadLay Oaf Ipad Case – Its simple, its cheeky, its £20, its fab

tickets copyTheater Tickets – Starting at around £30 for the cheap seats, or better ones well in advance or on special offer its a great night out.

clockVintage Movie Art – Paintings or classic posters framed up make a great gift for the movie fans in your life,  good ones start from around £30

yo sushiYo Sushi Course – Learn how to make Sushi at Yo Sushi! from £30, perfect for the foodie you love

JL cocktail kitJohn Lewis Cocktail Set – All men given this will like to think they are Tom Cruise, you won’t care, you’ll be hammered on your 4th Cosmo, another gift you can both enjoy, and great for nights with friends £30

muji speakerMuji Waterproof Smartphone speaker – Its waterproof, perfect for kitchens, gardens, poolside, BBQs, pop your phone inside and take your music where you want it. £39.95

teaAfternoon Tea – A fave with many of the Parents & Grandparents I know, The Ritz is opulence and nostalgia rolled up in one, they have tea from £45. This is the classic one, but many other places do this and can be found to suit varying budgets.

muji phone battery chargerMuji Rechargeable Phone Battery – Starting at £49.95, this handy battery can give your mobile a charge on the go. We have all needed that on occasion.

cheesde hamperWaitrose Cheese Hamper – Who doesn’t love cheese, and also wine, and both are in this hamper for £50

art passNation Art Pass – Know an art lover, this card will give them free entry or discounts to many Galleries, also discounts in shops and a free magazine for the year, priced at £53 for a years membership

merc worldMercedes Benz World Track Ride – Starting at £65 for the basic passenger experience, (many other packages are available depending on budget) any car fans will love speeding round their custom track or off road course.

lomoBHS Lomography Camera – Cute, retro, and a lil bit different, if the man your buying for likes taking pictures this is a real treat at £79

asos peaASOS Peacoat – Its beautiful, its classic, its warm, need we say more, £90

dewalt combi drill

Combi Cordless Drill – People love power tools, I’m a tradesman during the day, and everyone wants to fiddle with my kit, this is a combi drill/screwdriver, and is £99 from Screwfix.

asos satchel

Satchel – A true classic, and uber useful, we like this one in the ASOS sale, for £105 (usually)

About Ross Pollard

Since starting writing on my 31st birthday in 2011 I have held a number of positions at magazines and websites as well as regularly producing articles for numerous publications alongside contributing to TV & radio shows as a freelance fashion journalist including Hoxton Radio & Fashion One TV. Alongside writing, I have worked in other industries helping to design & grow digital platforms, develop businesses and support operations practices. This experience has proved invaluable in building an understanding of how businesses work, and the landscape in which retail, B2B commerce and other commercial operations develop. Knowledge of commercial interests has helped shape my fashion industry insights beyond critiquing of garments


  1. Thanks for this guide! I’m gonna pick waterproof speaker & cocktail set for my guy gang!

  2. Thanks for your help! We do struggle with gifts for the guys in our lives, very helpful.

    x Roch & Tash x

  3. Oooh love some of these suggestions 🙂 Nice to see a mans take on this topic! Gisforgingers. xx

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