We are now into November and Christmas is right around the corner. First up on my Christmas gift guide are Mainline Menswear. Of everyone that I have to buy Christmas presents for, I find it hardest to choose a gift for a man and I doubt I'm the only one.
Mainline Menswear is the place to shop for designer brands for men, stocking around 85 different brands. They offer trends to suit every man and cater for all budgets. I'm going to share a few choices from Mainline Menswear that would make a great gift for your loved one this Christmas.
Ralph Lauren Socks (£35)
Socks are usually my first thought when it comes to buying a man something. Men always need socks, right? My other half does anyway! This gorgeous pack of three red and navy Ralph Lauren socks are a little fancier than the ones I'd usually pick up. They are cotton stretch with elasticated cuffs and are embroided with the large, signature Ralph Lauren Polo Player logo.
With smooth black leather on one side and textured striped leather on the other, this Hugo Boss belt is perfect for any occasion. It comes with two belt buckles too so there really is no need to have more than this one belt in your wardrobe. The first buckle is high shine black metal block pin buckle with the signature HUGO embossed logo, the other buckle is high shine dark metal prong buckle with the HUGO logo on the belt loop. It measures 48.5 inches but can obviously be shortened to your desired length. A great versatile gift!
A wallet is something that my partner would never buy himself so I think it makes a great gift idea. The set contains a regular opening wallet with space for storing cards and notes and a card wallet too. Chris is a fan of card wallets because it means he can bring his important cards out safely, without his folding wallet taking up lots of space in his pocket. The Ted Baker London logo is embossed on the front and it comes in a beautiful gift box so you can gift it right away.
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