What to Get Dad This Father’s Day

[emphasized type=”emphasized”]September brings with it many joyous occasions; the coming of a new season (hooray, Spring!), Footy finals, Father’s Day…. Yes, you heard right. Father’s Day is coming up, and you are probably in the same situation as you were last year: what in God’s name do I get my Dad?[/emphasized]

It can be a tedious and sometimes arduous task to find something for the old man. What do you get the guy who says he “doesn’t want anything” (unlike Mum…)

Fear not, as we at The Tailored Man have just made life a little easier for those last minute gift buyers by compiling a Father’s Day Gift Guide; a curated list of goodies that Dad is sure to love and enjoy.

And if not, well at least you tried. It’s the thought that counts, right?


Montalto: a winery and olive grove set amongst the hills of the Mornington Peninsula. Hop in the car and take a road trip down the coast, as this truly picturesque winery will impress even the toughest of Dad’s out there. Dine in the restaurant for a chef’s exclusive lunch, or sit in the piazza for a glass of local wines paired with local grazing plates. Sunday: 11am-4pm. Montalto
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Melbourne Watch Company: a local brand with quality at heart, Melbourne Watch Co delivers on just that, but with so much more. From sophisticated and elegant designs (The Portsea Range) to casually-cool timepieces (The Flinders), spoil Dad this Father’s Day with a truly unique sentiment, and a timepiece he will have for many years to come. Our pick: Portsea Heritage – White ($579.00) Melbourne Watch Co


Away Travel: ‘First class luggage at a coach price.’ If you can’t quite send Dad off on that much needed vacation he deserves, guide him in the right direction with luggage that will see him wanting to get on the next available flight. Crafted from premium German polycarbonate, ensuring a durable, accessible and easy-to-use luggage companion, Away luggage will even ensure that you are kept up to date with an in-built battery pack to charge your devices. Our pick: The Carry On ($225.00) Away Travel


Penfolds Max’s: a sure favourite to all Aussie men who love a drop of quality red wine, Penfolds are innovators of truly unique and world renowned wines. The new tribute range, Penfolds Max’s, offers a new tier of wines that pays tribute to the winemaking legend, Max Schubert. The wines are a testament to the art of multi-regional blending; a guaranteed winner for any Father who loves his wine. Our pick: Penfolds Max’s Shiraz Cabernet ($35.00) Penfolds


Triumph and Disaster: a brand for men of “modern apothecary & skincare foundry,” T&D pride themselves on providing good quality products sourced from the best ingredients to serve the modern day (or old fashioned) man, daily. No fluff, straight to the point. With a range of products from skincare to hair to shaving, there is something for all Dad’s to love. Our pick: Ritual Face Cleanser ($33.00), Coltrane Clay ($34.00), Frank the Dopp ($135.00) Triumph & Disaster
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Mankind: an exclusive male’s grooming, skincare and massage boutique, Mankind offers an array of services sure to please the old man this Father’s Day. From the in-house barber to the qualified skin and massage therapists, Mankind welcomes all men of any age to enjoy the services on offer. Located in Melbourne and Sydney. Mankind


Chapter One: an initiative of the THANKYOU group. Co-Founder and Managing Director Daniel Flynn has written a book about the endeavours of Thankyou, in the hope to inspire and challenge those with what they know, and remind everyone that crazy ideas can become a reality. So, inspire Dad this Father’s Day with ‘Chapter One’, which will also see all proceeds going towards the funding of future ‘Thankyou’ campaigns ($:Pay what you want) Thankyou