We all have a guy in our life who already seems to have everything he needs (and then some). He has impeccable taste. His home is well-decorated. He always has the latest and greatest technology. So what do you buy for a person who has everything
Well, we have some ideas. Even if he has everything he needs, there are probably quite a few things he wants. You can't go wrong with elevated, practical essentials like a luxurious shave set or a new signature scent. Then, of course, there are experiential gifts that'll make for memorable moments. And then, there are the gifts that add to stuff you know he already owns, like a new band for his Apple Watch.
You can never have too many candles. This best-selling scent from Boy Smells comes in a sleek, stylish vessel that'll look great anywhere in his home. Most importantly, it has a uniquely warm, woody scent to create a truly cozy space.
A fireplace can really set the mood in a space. If he doesn't have one in his place, this personal, tabletop option makes a great gift. It creates that same warm, cozy atmosphere on a smaller, and totally safe, scale.
When he needs coffee quickly and with minimal effort, this bottle will do the trick. All he has to do is fill it with coffee grounds and water, then leave it in the fridge to brew for eight hours. After that, he'll have five cups of fresh cold brew waiting in his fridge.
If he has a lot of nice things, he probably wants to keep them that way. The Nori Press is an easy way to keep his nice shirts and pants wrinkle-free wherever he goes. It's a handheld steamer and iron, but it's small enough to fit in a carry-on.
Noise-canceling headphones are great for providing quality sound, but they can make you less aware of your surroundings. Bone conduction headphones provide bud-free listening, meaning there's nothing in or over his ears and the sound is transmitted through the bones of the head and jaw instead. This is great for those who can't find earbuds that fit in their ears as well as those who want to stay alert while they go for runs.
If he has everything already, an experiential gift will always be well-received. This virtual cooking class is a fun experience he can have without leaving home. He'll learn how to make sweet and savory pizza pies. It even comes with all the dough he'll need for the lesson.
The BEAST blender makes Vitamix and NutriBullet look like child plays. Not only does its blade has a brain that automatically determines speed and power, it can also crush frighteningly well through frozen food without making much of a fuss.
The man who has everything assuredly has too many devices in constant need of charging. Satechi's dock makes things all nice and neat, with two different USB ports, a Qi-enabled wireless charging pad, and crucially, only one cord to plug into the wall.
Yes, the man who has everything almost certainly has his fair share of watches (looking at you, Kendall!). But this is a watch that'll really surprise him: Timex's reissued Falcon Eye. Straight from the '70s, it has all the flair of the decade, setting it apart from the rest of his collection. If only Naomi knew about this one.
Your favorite whiskey lover/history buff will have a blast with this gift set. It comes with a low ball glass with George Washington's seal, signature, and a quote; a set of 50 historic cartoons; and a whiskey infusion decanter that lets them experiment with different wood flavors.
This kit has everything he needs to make his grillmaster dreams come true. He'll truly become an expert on how different woods affect the taste of meat with this set that includes five different grilling planks, two types of smoking chips, and a small recipe book.
Whether he uses it for work, school, or even travel, he's going to love this backpack. And, no, it's not just for gamers! It has tons of different pockets so he can he easily find everything he needs right at his fingertips. It has spots for two laptops/tablets, headphones, and chargers with plenty of extra space for other necessities.
You'll never worry about him missing your call because his phone is dead again. This magnetic battery pack attaches directly to the back of his phone so he can charge on the go, unlike a traditional battery pack that requires a USB charging cord.
Who doesn't love Waffle House Nobody, that's who. To fans, the iconic breakfast joint is a culture and a space all its own. This beautiful coffee table book celebrates that with dozens of beautiful photos taken from Waffle Houses across the country.
If you want to splurge a little more on your favorite golfer, then get him this ultra-lightweight golf bag that's perfect to tote along on his Sunday afternoon on the greens. It fits seven clubs and comes in at only two pounds, plus it has an insulated beverage holder for his drink of choice.
Even a person who has excellent luggage, a perfect travel pillow, and TSA PreCheck may not have invested in a beautiful leather passport cover. This two-tone number comes in 11 different color combinations, all of which stand out in the dark depths of a bag. Also convenient are the smaller interior pockets, ideal for stashing physical boarding passes and those pesky custom forms on international flights. Editor Hannah Morrill has used this cover for nearly a decade and reports that it remains just as supple and useful as it was on its first journey.
Even if your loved one has the most beautiful, well-decorated home on the planet, the addition of some flowers can make it lovelier still. For that, our favorite online flower-delivery service is UrbanStems: In our tests, UrbanStems delivered the freshest and most interesting flower arrangements. And we had the best ordering experience with this company, out of all the companies we tried.
The person who has everything also likely has many butter-warming methods at their disposal (a microwave, a saucepan). But this cheery, vintage-looking enameled vessel is the cutest way to cook. The Dansk Kobenstyle Butter Warmer holds 19 ounces and is perfect for small tasks, such as heating up soup for one or warming a cup of hot chocolate. And the wooden handle is easy to grab, so the Kobenstyle vessel is perfect for ladling tasks. This petite pot also looks adorable sitting on a kitchen counter.
Halie LeSavage is the fashion commerce editor at Harper's BAZAAR. Her style reporting covers everything from reviewing the best designer products to profiling emerging brands and designers. Previously, she was the founding retail writer at Morning Brew and a fashion associate at Glamour.
Want a little extra advice before you get started In order to find the perfect gift for your spouse, give a little thought to their daily routine. Does he start each day with a hot cup of joe In that case, a gourmet coffee subscription is the perfect companion to his shiny coffee machine. Are his Sunday mornings spent on the golf course While he might have plenty of golf balls and clubs lying around, he probably doesn't have his own portable putting green. When it comes to the husband who has everything, focus on how you can improve or add to the things he already has (and loves).
Ready to start shopping Keep reading for 34 editor-approved gift ideas for the husband who has everything. There's enough inspiration here to last you a long time, from the holidays right through to Valentine's Day, Father's Day, and beyond.
This miniature fire pit is an incredibly popular present, and we'll tell you why. For starters, it makes camping out in the living room feel just a tad more authentic, your spouse can make s'mores from the comfort of the couch, and it runs on clean-burning rubbing alcohol. It's hands down one of our favorite gift ideas for husbands who have everything.
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Buying a gift for the husband who has everything can be a challenge, but lucky for you we have lots of great ideas up our sleeve. By giving your spouse a Tinggly gift box, he's getting the opportunity to check something major off his bucket list, go on an unforgettable date with you, or just enjoy a fun day out. Confused It's actually pretty simple. Your gift covers the price of a unique experience, which your hubby gets to choose out of over 1000 possibilities. Send this thoughtful gift to your husband who has everything to celebrate his birthday, a promotion, or your anniversary. It's the perfect way to celebrate any important milestone.
Sometimes the best birthday or holiday gift for a husband who has everything is simpler than you might think. This affordable gadget will instantly change the way he enjoys a cold brew. Draft Top's can opener fully removes the lid from a can of beer (or cider or seltzer) leaving a smooth rim. He can add ice, garnishes or liquor to his favorite drink and enjoy a more sophisticated sipping experience.
Wondering what to get your husband for Christmas or Hanukkah While a hubby who seemingly has everything probably already owns a pair of gloves, we bet he doesn't own this pair. These aren't just any old mittens. They're wax-coated leather gloves with a breathable, waterproof membrane. They're pretty much a winter staple no matter what he's working on outdoors. Chopping firewood Building a snowman It's all a whole lot easier with these luxurious, hard-wearing gloves.
Is your husband always on the lookout for devices that'll add to his everyday life If he already has all the basics (think: a wireless phone charger, a portable Bluetooth speaker, and an electric toothbrush), you might be left scratching your head as to what he could possibly still n