The countdown is on and here at Shop Like You Give A Damn HQ, we’re happy to share tips on some gifty goodness for those fellas in your life! Peep out this third installment of our cruelty-free Christmas Guide and if you happened to miss the Foodie and Trendsetter edition, it’s not too late to get these items wrapped and delivered. I swoon for this Limited Edition Farm Sanctuary Ambassador tee ($40) by NYC based fashion designer and activist John Bartlett. 10% of the proceeds will benefit the fund!
Your special sir will look extra snazzy in this hand-stitched Otis James bowtie ($90). The blue houndstooth fabric is made from cotton with each label individually numbered.
If he digs Band Of Horses and My Morning Jacket, buy him “Quiet Light” (yes, the entire album) because Roadkill Ghost Choir is that GOOD ($5). Standout tracks include: Devout Beggars Guild Bird In My Window
The mahogany shade in Brave Gentleman’s 100% vegan and fair trade boot is absolutely perfect ($300). Who needs leather, right?
Perhaps he got a little carried away with Movember spirit? This little kit ($10.95) would be a dandy little gift for the bearded boy in your life.
A man wearing Imogene & Willie’s smart and trimly cut flannel ($218)? Please. And. Thank. You. #callme
F*ck Chuck. Meet Bensimon. Men love their Chuck Taylors but perhaps he's down to try a European twist on classic kicks? ($40)
Vaute Couture’s Joaquin (named after animal activist Joaquin Phoenix) vegan coat boasts a European slim fit that is completely weatherproofed ($420). He will never miss wool!
John Cusack. Say Anything. ($169) #boom
This cap from designer John Varvatos is available in three warm shades, but the Ivy tickled my fancy. Faux leather trim on the visor adds a refined touch. ($60)
Buy a pair of Warby Parker's ($95) for your gent and the company will in turn give a pair to a person in need. Totally perfect reasoning for you to purchase the bold and geometric Robinson, rightio?
Next week, we hook you up with gifts for the little ones!
See you next Sustainable Sunday shoppers.
Photo Credit: Cameron Powell