Best Father’s Day Gift Ideas to honour Dad’s 

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The role a father plays in a child is exceptional, “Father’s Day was celebrated on the third Sunday of June for the first time in 1910. It is celebrated in the United States and other countries including Nigeria.

“It was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd, the daughter of American Civil War veteran, William Jackson Smart, and was responsible for the founding of Father’s Day.

“As we celebrate another Father’s Day 2022, here are a few cheap gifts to get in honouring fathers.

Gifts ideas are:

A classic tie

“Fathers can be gifted with vintage straight ties or bow ties. A very classic grey, blue or black tie will look good on any of their shirts.

Customised mugs

Mugs that have simple prints on them to appreciate their fatherly love are also good as gifts. They will appreciate you anytime they use them to drink.

A Sophisticated Pair of Cufflinks

Cufflinks add to the charismatic status of every father when they wear them. They serve as good gifts to dads, especially those who like to wear long-sleeves.

A set of socks

Lift his socks collection from regular “old daddy” patterned socks to fun patterns of neutral black, grey and white colour schemes that will go with everything.

A comfortable pair of pyjamas

One beautiful pair of pyjamas can be the best gift you will honour your dad with, and it can go a long way in celebrating that year. Fathers look handsome in their pyjamas and are sure your dad will love you if give him one.

A wrist watch 

Everyman deserves a solid wrist piece. The reason is simple, people look at a wristwatch and it represents the value and personal style of the wearer.

A perfume

Perfume can be a very good gift idea because it’s something most fathers don’t buy often, most closely linked to memory, the fragrant always remember him of you.”

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Queen Ferry
Queen Ferry
Chinyere Treasure Ikechukwu also known as Queen Ferry, is a Nigerian business Executive, social media savvy Journalist and Content Editor with over seven years experience. She serves as the Vice-Chairman of Naijatraffic Limited. If Treasure is not researching/blogging, she will be making delicious delicacy.

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