It may seem like buying for him is always the hardest thing, but with these products, you’ll know they are the perfect pieces to keep him warm and cozy this holiday. From spending the day indoors or out, he will look comfortable and stylish. 

In 1938 Dearfoam created the first-ever foam-cushioned washable slipper. For the last 70 years, Dearfoam has become a leading slipper and shoe brand for everyone, from styling for comfort to looks Dearfoam has sold over a billion pairs of slippers and they don’t ever plan on stopping. 

Dearfoam Melbourn Shearling Slippers $59.95


This year give the gift of Dearfoam slippers, which are made from Melbourne Genuine Shearling, and are designed with comfort and practicality in mind. The moccasin slipper can be worn indoors or out because it has a durable rubber outsole. The shearling lining allows for you to be comfortable and keep your toes warm. The rubber sole allows for you to take these shoes outside of the house, giving you extra grip for those colder and more icy winter days. 

Another great holiday gift is as simple as a classic cotton t-shirt. In every guy’s closet, you should find a stack of cotton t-shirts which are a mixture of everyday, lounging, going out and workwear shirts. Mono B is the perfect brand that has truly created the perfect everyday T-shirt. 

Mono B is a female-led athleisure brand based out of LA, with a mindset of inclusivity and balance at the core of the brand. Creating a brand that is fashion-forward but also inclusive was important for Mono B and from there they have created collections that are stylish and affordable. 

Pima Cotton Core Tee $30


As it is made from Pima cotton and spandex, the classic core tee allows for comfort and gives itself a more luxurious look. The tee is designed for everyday wear and is guaranteed to be stretchy and breathable, which will last you a lifetime. With its many colour options including classics like black and grey, you can buy anyone a few of these and they will be comfortable all year long. 

 Article published by HOLR Magazine