15 of the best Father’s Day gifts that he will actually like (and use)

Here's our guide to help you shop for the number one man in your life this Father's Day

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Father's Day is fast approaching, falling this year on Sunday the 18th of June, and as usual, many of us are struggling to select the perfect gift. Let's face it, shopping for Father's Day gifts is always stressful. He's the man that seems to have everything, and when you ask him what he would like, he simply responds with: "I don't want anything." Not exactly helpful.

Although it might seem like there is nothing special enough to thank the fatherly figure in your life for all that they have done, a sweet gesture can go a long way. It doesn't have to cost a fortune either. We love to treat our dads to some new socks and a bit of chocolate every year, and we know he secretly looks forward to it too.

If you do want to spend a bit more, why not get him something that he will keep forever such as a new suitcase or headphones?

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We've included a range of different Father's Day gifts, so whether he's into his fragrance, travels a lot or enjoys a good bottle of wine, you won't be stuck for ideas.

Keep on scrolling to shop our top picks, then sit back and relax knowing that you've got a present that will bring a smile to his face as soon as he opens it. Just make sure not to forget a card!

For more gift ideas, check out our guides to the best wedding gifts, the best gardening gifts and the best cooking gifts. Don't say we don't treat you...

15 of the best Father's Day gifts to buy now:

So, there you have it. Lots of great Father's Day gifts to choose from.

Grace Lindsay

Grace Lindsay is currently Junior Beauty Editor at Who What Wear UK and previously was Marie Claire UK's E-Commerce Writer.  With over three years of experience in the fashion and beauty industry, she covers everything from the best make-up and skincare deals to how to shop the stand out trends of the season. When she's not typing away at her laptop, Grace can be found shopping her favourite vintage markets IRL, or catching up on her never-ending list of books to read.