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Father's Day Gift Guide 2015

We found local items that would make perfect gifts for his big day.

By Lauren Bell | June 12, 2015, 5:29 pm

Charmed Life

Father's Day Gift Guide 2015

We found local items that would make perfect gifts for his big day.

By Lauren Bell | June 12, 2015, 5:29 pm

Dads come in all shapes and sizes. From the jokester to the sports fanatic we have you covered on the perfect gift for Dad this Father’s Day.

The Jokester: He is always there with a joke to bring a smile to your face (or to embarrass you in front of your friends) and knows just what to say to make you laugh. This Father’s Day we are giving him a gift just as fun as he is, and, hey, maybe he will even pause from pulling that “quarter” from behind your ear long enough for you to give it to him.

Knock Knock Crap To Do Pad ($9) at Su Casa.




Very Embarrassing Book of Dad Jokes: Because Your Dad Thinks He is Hilarious By Ian Allen ($13.95) at Atomic Books.




Settler of Catan Game ($39.99) at Atomic Books.



The Chef: The house always smells amazing at dinnertime and you desperately can’t wait for the next holiday because this dad is the king of the kitchen. Enjoying his company, as well as his cuisine, is enough to make you almost want to move back home (keyword: almost).


Williams-Sonoma BBQ Tool Set ($99.95) at Williams-Sonoma.




The Ultimate Grilling Rub Collection ($19.57) at Williams-Sonoma.


Field Guide to Meat: How to Identify, Select, and Prepare Virtually Every Meat, Poultry, and Game Cut By Aliza Green ($15.95) at Atomic Books.



The Hip Dad: The newest dad on the scene is making fatherhood look good. He may even have the new Tame Impala album before you get your hands on it. Not to worry though, hip dad will love these equally as hip gift items to keep him ahead of the curve.

Gilman Bros. Silk Knit Tie ($109) at The QG.




W&P Mason Stones, Set of 6 ($11.99) at Williams-Sonoma.




British Belt Company Oxburgh Satchel ($299) at The QG



The Sports Fanatic: He was the loudest dad at your little league games. Whether perfecting your swing or cheering you on, he is your biggest fan. Now it’s time to treat him. This sports-loving dad will love these gift items—just don’t talk to him when the game is on.


Baltimore Orioles: 60 Years Hardcover Book By Jim Hennemen ($50) at the Orioles team store at Camden Yards or shopmlb.com.



Rotenier Baseball and Bat Cufflinks ($250) at The QG.


Raven's Football Cutting Board ($34) at Su Casa.








Meet The Author

Lauren Bell is the style editor for Baltimore, where she covers shopping, fashion, home, and health and wellness.



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