Christmas gifts for him have never been easier to find. The elves at MC headquarters have found the best festive gifts for all the men in your life...
Buying the right Christmas gifts for him can prove pretty tricky. We can all relate to the rising panic; with only a few weeks left until the big day you need Christmas present ideas, and fast. Well fear not, we’ve got you covered with the best gifts out there that will suit all budgets.
Whether you’re shopping for your boyfriend, dad, best friend, colleague, or a distant relative you’ve picked from the the family Secret Santa, we’ve got all bases covered which means no more wasted gadgets or presents that never make it out of the box.
We’ve hand-picked the best ‘Christmas gifts for him’ available to buy online this Christmas (don’t worry, we’ve also curated a list of the best Christmas gifts for her and gifts for book lovers too, so you’re well and truly covered this Yuletide).
From cool interpretations on menswear classics to some of the best Christmas jumpers out there that they’ll want to wear all year round. There’s also great sportswear for your gym-nut brother, or you could really treat him with a fab new micro-scooter. Let’s not forget the luxe leather diary for dad or the gorgeous silk Paul Smith scarf for that person in your life who deserves an extra special treat (or for you to put on your Christmas wish list).
We’ve found plenty of suitably stylish gifts that won’t break the bank too. These budget-friendly bits are ideal for those unexpected visits from a distant relative or your sister’s new boyfriend.
Christmas is a time for relaxing and indulging in a little pampering – as well as feasting on plenty of food – so we’ve edited down the best skincare and most delicious smelling fragrances from the men’s department, too.
We’ve also found some great unisex pieces too, so who knows, you may even have more fun picking Christmas gifts for him than you will making your own wish list.
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Swisscode Pure Hyaluron, £90
Boost hydration by more than 20% in less than 2 hours. When it comes to hydration, no one does it better.
South Korean fashion doesn't get enough coverage in the UK in our opinion and Wooyoungmi, a stylish menswear brand, is a designer you should definitely get to know. The calming autumnal hues are perfect for AW17 and the cuff sleeve are a nice touch.
Gentlemen Givenchy Christmas Coffret, £48, John Lewis
This spicy fragrance by Givenchy is all wrapped up and ready to go for Christmas. With notes of iris, patchouli, leather and black vanilla, it's a complex scent that'll stay with you long after your gentleman has breezed past.
Limited Golden Age Cointreau Liqueur, £29.99, Selfridges
It's impossible to have too many bottles of alcohol and Cointreau is a welcome addition to any home bar. Tip: combine Cointreau and lime juice in a glass and top off with sparkling water - voila, you've got Cointreau Fizz.
Despite this bag's simple (yet chic) exteriors, it carries a lot more than you'd expect. Big enough to slip a 15 inch laptop into and with numerous pockets inside to keep everything organised, it also comes with a shoulder strap if you want to keep your hands free.
This chic bike is definitely something we'd see you driving round town with the girl we love. While we're particularly attached to this bamboo green version, there's ten other shades available - the yellow, grey and navy are also gorgeous.
What's better than gifting your love one with music, and so much more? We these JAM wireless headphones he can listen to music on the go, accept calls hands free and even use them whilst running as they're sweat resistant. What's even better is that the case doubles as a charger!
Got a biker in the family? This stylish helmet is a great way to keep them safe and chic. With a calf leather trim, matte finish and cushioned padding, we definitely want one - and we don't even cycle.
If you're looking to make to move to wireless earbuds, these are a great shout. You won't have to worry about getting all tangled up in wires during your workout and you're less likely to misplace these than competitor's smaller iterations.