Speaking of grooms though, w/ wedding season, gifts FROM guys TO guys is often a predicament (case and point, best guy friend totally stumped what to get his groomsmen) – any suggestions?” – Jenna
Thank you for being a faithful reader. I am glad you loved the cuff links post. As for your question about gifts for groomsmen, it all depends on the budget, personality and style of each guy and the groom himself. I have put together a couple of ideas for your friend.
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A couple of my guy friends are the uber gentlemen type. You know, the martini loving, bourbon sipping, cigar smoking and sometime bow tie wearing types. If you have a group of guys that fit the description, here are a couple of ideas.
A man looks polished when he’s wearing a blazer with a pocket square regardless of whether he is wearing jeans or a suit. Give the gift of sheer elegance to your guys with silk pocket squares. You can even get them embroidered with their names or initials to make it even more personalized.Banana Republic Pocket square, $20.00 or Hermes foulard, $125.I can’t get enough of Vineyard Vines and neither will your groomsmen. The colorful ties come in fun prints that definitely show of the personalities of the wearer. You can get the ties for less than $125.
Remember that it is not about the price of the gift, it is what comes from the heart that counts. Aside from some of the suggestions above, you can give cuff links, money clips. top quality bourbon and champagne etc.