Father’s Day Finds

Father’s Day is just a week away and chances are you still haven’t decided on a present. Just like how Dad picks you up when you’re down and tells you it’s all going to be okay, I’m here for you, too. From our men’s boutique at Lux & Eco I’ve selected my favorite items, perfect for every dad. Adaptive, supportive, admirable – these qualities are what come to mind when we think of our fathers. Make it a little easier for Dad to do what he does best by giving him a gift with traits just like his own.

Evolution Man

After a day at the golf course or out doing yard work, your dad needs to freshen up before he fires up the grill for a neighborhood BBQ or heads to a pub to watch the World Cup. Dirt, oil, sun – even a dad needs some protection. The same safety guidelines that go with wearing cosmetics also apply to skincare. This skincare system is free of parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes, phthalates, GMOs, and triclosan – plus the packaging – made of sustainable, post-consumer grade plastic – has the sleek look of something your dad will feel confident displaying on his dresser or taking on the go.

Nau Traveler


Maybe I discredited you and this year you planned ahead and booked a trip for you and your dad. You’ve already outdone me now outdo yourself and throw in this last minute gift to top it all off. Made with organic cotton this bag makes the perfect carry on and will make the memory of the trip last…it will also make the trip more organized, which, you know, is the only thing on his mind.


Whether or not he’s an iron chef, Dad always holds the title of Grill Master. Replace his rusty spatula with sleek, bamboo kitchen tools. Formaldehyde free and dishwasher safe!


Now I know I’ve suggested this item in a few different posts but that’s only because it’s a personal favorite and a Father’s Day staple. Sewn from old cassette taps (sure to make your Dad feel nostalgic) these ties are breathable yet elegant and will compliment your dad’s suit or polo to create the perfectly put-together summer Dad ensemble.


Allison Beauregard

Allison is a New York City based writer with a focus on sustainability. Her work demonstrates how it is possible to have the “things” that make us happy without compromising the resources that provide these goods. With this vision, Allison sees a future where environmental degradation is reversed and the quality of human life is equally distributed. She is the Category Editor of The Franklin Report and was among the top 5 contributors for Elephant Journal in October 2014.

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