What We’re Buying For Father’s Day

The last few months have been full of uncertainties and sadness due to the global pandemic and to add on top of this crisis, the George Floyd’s death and anti racism campaign got us all pipping hottt! if you know what I mean?

The father’s day celebration is near the corner,  and I believe we’re all ready to drop all the negativities  and focus on the blessing at hand. We still have families to celebrate, some didn’t have that chance in life anymore. So, Father’s Day is knocking on the door (21st June), and it’s time show the men in our lives some love, whether you’re able to spend it together or not. We at COVET have found various ways to show our men how we appreciate them.

However, when deciding what gifts to give your man, it’s important to keep his interest in your mind. Whether you’re going for socks, tie, gadgets, or even fashion trends, remember what is going on in the world right now, and some of our men, donating to their favourite cause(charity) to help those caught in these disasters is what will elevate their heart. You can present him with gift vouchers that support his cause, or a store voucher for whatever he wants. Giving direct gifts is also welcomed, what’s most important is the appreciation that they are still in your life.

Here are some of the Father’s Day gift ideas:


Calming After Shave Fluid, $48 at Babor


Holst Watch, $155 at Bloomingdale’s



Santos de Cartier Sunglasses

$1,045, at Cartier

Giorgio Armani

Acqua di giò profondo eau de parfum, 75ml, $100, at Giorgio Armani

NAACP Legal Defense Fund


P-6 Logo Lightweight Crew Sweatshirt in Feather Grey w/Ellwood Green, $55 at Patagonia

Jonathan Adler

Barbell Barware Set, $198 at Jonathan Adler


Self Sanitizing Water Bottle in Monaco Blue, $95 at Huckberry


Tykho 3 Bluetooth Speaker and Radio in Dark Grey, $60 at Need Supply Co.

Ralph Lauren Home

Metropolis Set of Four Crystal Shot Glasses, $66.50 at Mr Porter