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Perhaps Annie Parker says it best in The Parent Trap: “A dad is an irreplaceable person in a girl’s life. I mean think about it, there’s a whole day, devoted to celebrating fathers, right?” Indeed, with Father’s Day fast approach, now is the time to pick a present that will make him proud—and Over The Moon can help! Below, a carefully curated gifting guide for almost every type of dad (grandpas, in-laws, and other father figures included).

For The Dad Who Loves Succession

If he can’t wait for Succession Sunday and Logan Roy is his style icon, then gift your dad some “stealth wealth” in the from of a new wardrobe. Follow the Roy dynasty dress code: Investment staples and layered outerwear topped off with a high-quality baseball cap.

For The Dad with All of The Frequent Flyer Points

This guy has places to be. And wherever he voyages this summer, make sure he gets there in style. A new suitcase will fuel his wanderlust. Plus, a destination-inspired Assouline coffee table book may even inspire a family vacay.

For The Dad Who Likes His Martinis Shaken, Not Stirred

Come happy hour, he’s a regular Don Draper at the bar cart. On that note, does your dad have a bar cart? No? Change that this Father’s Day with a fully stocked Oomph Home cart.

For The Dapper Dad

The last thing your polished and coiffed father needs is another tie. What he really wants are black-tie necessities, like luxe velvet Del Toro slippers.

For The Fun Dad

His dad jokes are top-notch, and he’s always game for a round of cards. Ditch the family’s old Monopoly board—it was missing pieces anyway—and upgrade to a mahogany Backgammon set.

For The Outdoorsman

You can always find him somewhere in the great outdoors, so he needs a gift that is just as durable and rugged as he is. Thankfully, Tom Beckbe is meant to be worn by the sportsman who finds himself in fair weather and foul.


For The Top Chef and BBQ King

Watch out, Gordon Ramsey. This dad just got a new set of Zwilling knives for Father’s Day. (We all know you can do better than a “License to Grill” apron. . .)

For The Dad Who Loves Self-Care

He knows there’s nothing better than lazy Sunday mornings. His Saturday nights are spent at home with a good TV show—and face mask—on. Pamper Pop with his own something new, something blue, and something cozy, too—a Petite Plume robe and pajama set in navy!

For The Proud Parent

Surprise him with framed photos of his pride and joy(s). Childhood pictures and grandkid snapshots are all fair game.

For The Father of the Bride

The Father’s Day before a wedding is special. Help him with his wedding day look and gift him custom cufflinks he’ll cherish today, tomorrow, and always.

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