Gifts For...The Dad Who Didn’t Know He Needed Anything
Shopping for friends and family tends to get harder with each holiday season, but Squarespace customers are here to help you outdo last year’s gifts. We’ve sourced customers from around the globe that offer products for that niece who’s cooler than you, for the budding astrologist in your life, and more.
Help the guy in your life who is still wearing a sweatsuit from your childhood to discover his cool side. He may preserve his house shoes with duct tape rather than buying a new pair, but Squarespace customers are here to make him groovy again.
Even if he says he already has everything he needs, your dad won’t be able to deny how cool this pair of antique binoculars is. Carefully curated by 1924, a multidisciplinary design studio in the Pacific Northwest, this vintage shop offers treasures ranging from weathered outdoor gear to tried and tested camera equipment. 1924 will take you and your old man on a nostalgic journey to a time when goods were produced with quality and timelessness was top of mind.
For the father who can appreciate both beer and a well-cared for beard, this oil sampler From Damn Handsome Co. is the perfect gift. Containing three different blends crafted in small batches from homegrown, organic crops, these oils will leave his whiskers both nourished and smelling great.
Give the gift of taste to the man who taught you about good taste with the signature anvil Paperweight from Poglia. This beautiful piece is sure to bring class to any office or coffee table, even if it’s just holding down all of those coupons he refuses to throw out.
Liven up dad’s next cheese board (or cheese tupperware) with a hand-crafted pointed cheese knife by Chelsea Miller. Made from reclaimed horse shoe files from her family’s farm in Vermont, each knife represents Chelsea’s industriousness and skill with a story that can only be matched by the aesthetic.
We’re obsessed with the simplistic beauty of Glory Mag, and we think Dad will be too. Whether he calls it “football,” “soccer,” or something in between, he’s sure to appreciate the gorgeous, full-page photography of the world’s most popular sport as chronicled by this printed publication.