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Father’s Day is coming up and we all know that dads are notoriously difficult to buy for. Ask any dad what they would like for Father’s Day, and the likely answer will be “Anything is fine.” Or worse, “I don’t know.”

Well, going to the store and trying to purchase an I don’t know anything is fine is pretty difficult. So we all default to the same things year after year: ties, grilling accessories, favorite foods, camping gear. And then, pretty soon, Dad has all of that stuff and you’re totally stuck for gift ideas.

So I thought I’d give you a few new ideas for Father’s Day gifts that are just a little twist on the traditional dad gifts.

Father’s Day gift ideas for the dad that already has everything. One of these unique twists on the traditional father’s day gift might be just what the dad in your life really wants!

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Father’s Day Gift Ideas
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Ties are always a go to gift for dads—at least, I always find myself buying them for my husband and my dad. It’s fun to pick out something pretty that they might like, but what if you picked out a meaningful tie instead? My husband loves music themed ties since he’s a music professor, for instance. If you know your guy will wear a fun tie that reflects part of his personality or his interests, go for it.

I recently found a tie company called Statesman Ties. They sell ties based on the flags of different countries and states, and they are really classy—something any dad would feel comfortable wearing to the office. If your guy has a particular connection to a state or a country, these ties would make a great gift!

Since many of my readers are LDS, I know you will love this idea! Your husbands and fathers probably served missions somewhere in the world and would love a meaningful tie to remind them of the country or state they served in.

Buy a Statesman Tie as a Father’s Day gift or a gift for a missionary. Ties are available in the flag styles of many different countries and states and dad is sure to love one!

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Statesman Ties was kind enough to send me a tie to sample, and it is well made. The Maestro served in Romania, but since that tie hasn’t been added yet (they are adding new ones all the time), I decided to get Belgium which we gifted to a good friend. We even had his missionary title put on the tag, which is another cool way to personalize your tie.

If you decide on a Statesman Tie, enter OVERSTUFFEDTIES at checkout for 15% off your order.