Guys, Father's Day is just around the corner! If you're still looking for something special for your pop, we might just have what you're looking for! Check out some of our picks below.
|April Look Bowties. An assortment is available at all three locations for $38.|If you've visited our boutiques before then you have definitely seen these awesome bowties by April Look! They're a staple at the shops that we are always recommending to shoppers whenever we can. These goodies are handmade in Lithuania and reversible so your dad can get the best of both worlds!
These fine leather goods might just do the trick as well! The C Comme Ca briefcase, handmade in Montreal, can be something he'll use on the daily to store a 13'' Macbook and folders. These Osmond Brothers leather iPhone cases and simple leather card holders are also great for the dad on the go. Simple, yet functional.
|Top Shelf Preserves - Marmalades $12, Pickled Beets $10, Pickled Beans $12|
These are all available in the Goods section at the Westboro location. If you haven't heard of Top Shelf Preservces, you've been missing out. This is a dangerous gift because your pops will definitely get addicted to these delicious pickled goods and jams. And the best part? He has to share with you. We have a great selection of some of their other delicious goods.
|Galtani Biking Gloves - $30 available at all 3 locations and online.|
If your dad is an avid biker, these Galtani biking gloves are sure to be a hit. With crocheted coloured yarn and leather for good grip, they look super rad and make a practical gift for dad.
|Handblown glass flasks by Jesse Bromm - $30, Westboro location only.|
These handblown glass flasks are another great on-the-go dad gift. Fill it with his favourite scotch and you've got the perfect gift.
|Salvage Tie Clips - $35 each, available at Wellington and Dalhousie.|
These tie clips can also show your pops how much you care. Made of sterling silver or brass, these guys make a super gift. Salvage also makes some sweet cufflinks and keychains with matching engravings, so you can trow together a little set.
Say it like our girl Em:
(I may or may not have squealed a little bit/a lot when I saw this)