How are you spoiling Dad this Father’s Day? If Fathers Day has snuck up on you and you still haven’t bought him that something special, there is no need to worry.
King Wiliam Road’s boutiques have some great gift ideas for Dad. From the classic socks, to an indulgent food and wine package, there is something for every Dad. A book about beer, luxurious wardrobe updates and body and bath products just for men are just some of them…

Here are five must-visit boutiques for Father Day along King William Road.

1. Flourish
Known for their unique collections that all come with a story, their King William Road boutique features a range of unique gifts, just for Dad’s. The collection includes the latest release from Lonely Planet; Epic Drives of the World or a book about beer.

If it’s entertainment, Dad is looking for they also have a range of outdoor games like Finska or Noppa and for that something a little different to the go-to socks, a set of mens shoe sachets, designed to eliminate the odour might be just what Dad needs.


2. Move over Menswear
This small store is packed with fashion pieces to update Dad’s wardrobe. With high quality shirts that feel as luxurious as silk to the classic wardrobe staples of socks and ties, you will find something for Dad.

And if your Dad really needs to be spoiled this year, they also have a range of Mens watches so you can keep Dad running on time for the year ahead.



3. Denim & Cloth
The perfect stop for the youthful Dad’s out there, a visit to the team at Denim & Cloth will see Dad fitted in brands like Carhart or a new pair of Converse. Whether it’s a new shirt, Blaxx watch or a pair of sunglasses.

4. Raspe Giftology
A little store with lots to find once you step inside, including the popular bath & body collection by Hunter, designed for men.

5. Bottega Rotolo
If Dad is a lover of fine food and wine, treat him to an indulgent gift pack from Bottega Rotolo. With French cheese, wines and baguettes flown in from France there are so many delicious treats to find in here, you will have trouble knowing just when to stop.