You’re no politician, but you can win the votes of the men in your life by appealing to their platforms.
Soften his rough edges with Skincando’s Combat-Ready Balm. The whipped lotion is handmade with organic ingredients that are as gentle on skin as they are on Mama Earth (Morgan Pharmacy, 3001 P Street NW; 202-337-4100).
He’ll stay comfy in custom-made Birds Boxers, made of two-ply 160-thread count Sea Isle cotton with mother-of-pearl buttons, wide hems, and a roomy posterior (Wink, 3109 M Street NW; 202-338-9465).
He wants to shed light on the issues. Bangkok-based Angus Hutcheson’s organic modern fixtures are made of ecofriendly materials like silk cocoons, rattan, and mulberry tree extrusions (Muléh, 1831 14th Street NW; 202-667-3440).
Help him keep track of time wasted on the rubber-chicken circuit with an antique wrist or pocket watch from Gold N Time (1742 Connecticut Avenue NW; 202-328-8700).
He’ll live vicariously through Edward Ugel’s new book, Money for Nothing, a hilarious account of the local author’s job at a company that offered cash to lottery winners in lieu of incremental payouts.
He’s got a lot to say. Bethesda-based videographer Debbie Brodsky will help him get the word out with a documentary about his life, complete with interviews, photos, home movies, and his favorite music.
You’ll be elected Best Gift Giver Ever.
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