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Shopping For “Him”

by B Kenney | October 14th, 2008 | Men's Shopping
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Men can be the hardest to shop for when holidays and birthdays come around, especially when they don’t conjure up any ideas for what they want. In most cases unless the man is very picky, it doesn’t really matter what you get him…just that you got him something. The problem is, however, an idea for what that “something to give him” should be doesn’t always come easily. Here are some great tips and ideas to help pick out gifts that will complement the men in your lives.

One of the best ways to come up with a gift idea is to match up personalities with things that would complement him. For instance, if a man is an adventurer or outdoorsman, then chances are the best thing to get him would not fall in the indoor electronics category. On the other hand, an electronic fish finder or waterproof camcorder would, if you catch my drift. To further state this example, a pass to the hottest local nightclub on the strip would not suit a family man well. In other words, the first step to finding a gift is identifying the personality of the man you are buying for.

It is also important to remember that gifts don’t always have to be objects or things of possession either. Sometimes people forget that “giving” is a very general word. Often a night out away from the kids or an evening flick is just enough of a present as well. Planning events also can hold this point, like scheduling a kayaking excursion or an underwater dive, or even a parachuting trip. Husbands and boyfriends also do enjoy time alone with their special someone every now and then, and that, in many cases, could be a wonderful gift. Accent that time alone with a new set of lingerie, and I’m quite sure the men would fall in love with their gift.

One thing to keep in mind not to get that special man is another object that he already has many of. You want to keep the gift unique and special but at the same time not necessarily expensive. If he has a ton of business shirts or polos, then what would be the point of buying him more?

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