June 20 will be here before you know it, meaning that if you haven’t already bought (or made) the dad in your life his Father’s Day present, it’s about time you hop to it. Does the man in question have a tendency to “borrow” your beauty products? Then he’s going to love Klur’s Immersion hydrating serum. Has his go-to vintage t-shirt seen better days? We’ve found a solution to that problem. And since he’s a dad, he probably has a sock collection to beat the band — make it even more special by upgrading his collection to that of the luxe Brother Vellies variety.
Ahead, click through our guide to shopping for pops this Father’s Day, from baseball caps to summer reading books — and, even better than being tried-and-true dad-pleasers, they all come from Black-owned businesses. And remember: While it’s especially important to buy from Black entrepreneurs now, it’s something that we as consumers should be doing on a regular basis to uplift and support the Black community.
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Enhance dad's self-care routine with this hand-poured coconut wax candle that smells of vanilla and sandalwood.
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Give your dad's go-to baseball cap an upgrade with this iconic WNL (which stands for "We Need Leaders") alternative by Public School NY, the CFDA-winning streetwear brand co-founded by Maxwell Osborne, a Black designer from Brooklyn, (alongside Dao-Yi Chow, a Chinese designer from Queens) in 2008.
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Like all of us, your dad's spending a lot of time at home right now. Make sure his quarantine sock collection is as fashionable (and comfortable) as possible with these Brother Vellies cloud socks.
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Since he probably still clips his phone to his belt loops, at least make it a little more visually appealing with this case.
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Help your dad read up on Black history while also supporting a Black-owned bookstore like Sister's Uptown in Harlem.
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You wouldn't wear underwear that's mass-produced and made with unethical materials. Your dad shouldn't either.
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Owned and run by two Black sisters who share a love of wine, McBride Sisters isn't just a female- and Black-led company you should be supporting, it's also home to some damn good vino.
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The product of Nigerian-American Ben Iroala and Zambian-American Andrew Mutale, ASOROCK is a watch brand that not only designs high-quality timepieces at an affordable price, it also donates a portion of every sale to building libraries in Nigerian villages.
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A classic pair of sneakers is a staple in every dad's wardrobe. Make your dad's stand out in the crowd with this retro pair courtesy of British menswear label Wales Bonner and his collab with Adidas.