The idea of buying your significant other (father, step-father, grandfather) something you could also use can be looked at two ways: First, is to think it as very selfish (boring), the second, is to consider what a better investment presents that can be used by more than one person are (if you really twist it, it’s almost a more eco-conscious way of shopping. Ok, not really, but….) And just for a moment, imagine if you could steal from Paul Newman’s closet? Wowow.
A long-sleeved shirt to wear post beach or hike (or weekend city wandering.)
A packable, lightweight, waterproof layer.
If you don’t have pizza night at your home, maybe it’s time you do.
I designed my jewelry to look good on everyone. (If 8″ is too small, I can custom size one.)
Everyone needs a cashmere turtleneck in their life.
I gave my husband a classic T. Anthony carry-on duffle with his monogram over 20 years ago; it is great to travel with, stands out (he has it in red so even more so), and fits a lot.
A watch that lasts forever and works for everyone.
I like the idea of a pair of elegant snifter glasses matched with his favorite spirit.
My favorite fragrances tend to be unisex.
Persol sunglasses are as cool now as they were when all the actors wore them in the 70s.
This newly expanded edition is an invaluable lesson on form follows function.