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Father's Day Gift Guide: Accessories He'll Love from Ryan Seacrest & Trafalgar

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Father’s Day is rapidly approaching, and if you still have yet to select a gift for your loved one, you might want to pay attention to one of the most important details for Dad: Accessories. If there is one thing for certain, it’s that you can learn a lot about someone by paying attention to details, particularly when it comes to accessorizing. From body language to the way someone ties their shoes, details might seem insignificant when looking at the bigger picture, but that extra bit of attention can give you some major insight into someone’s personality and work style.

For women, we tend to be a little more curious than men when it comes to details. This is probably due to the fact that the act of accessorizing is already engrained into our daily lives, which is why it doesn’t take much thought — we just do it! For men, this isn’t the case, which is why birthdays, holidays, and Father’s day are perfect opportunities to gift him and fill his closet with the best accessories out there. From socks, to chic watches, and even to eye-catching cufflinks, this gift guide has everything you need to expand his accessory wardrobe for Father’s Day.

NECK ACCESSORIES:

Ermenegildo Tie
Dot Bow Tie Bar
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WALLETS:

Gucci Wallet
Armani
Salvatore Ferragamo
Trafalgar

FORBES MAGAZINE - Sarah Boyd
http://www.forbes.com/sites/sboyd/2016/05/12/mens-accessories-its-all-in-the-details/#47ccd65120d4 

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