What to buy your boyfriend for Christmas

Consider this your official gift-guide for the discerning, dapper man in your life who claims that he’s too good for Christmas presents. These men make the perfect life partners as they are programmed to open doors for you, take pride in their appearance, and most strive to own a boat one day. It's all well and good, until you're stuck having to find a gift for them. They will claim over and over that they don’t need/want anything but will also be grief-stricken come Christmas if there isn’t a present waiting under the tree. We’re onto you.


If you’re feeling a little stumped on what to get, we’ve rounded up some gifts that are Remix employee approved and guaranteed to be a dapper-man pleaser...

Profitec 700 Espresso Coffee Machine by Altura 


Park Ornate Shirt from Hallensteins Brothers 

JBL Partybox 100 Portable Speaker 

There’s no doubt you’ll bring the party with the portable power of this JBL PartyBox 100. With the ability to create playful light shows or let the music choose the mood, guests will be entertained with both sight and sound shows. Pop in a playlist from your USB stick, stream from a Bluetooth®-compatible device or even rock out on the fly with mic and guitar inputs. With up to 12 hours of battery life this beat-maker will party as long as you do but if you need it to last even longer, simply plug your speaker into the wall to keep the tunes flowing.

Underwear by H&M x Giambattista Valli


Absent Sunny Trunks from Hallensteins Brothers 

Crafstman Boot from R.M. Williams

Jimmy Choo Urban Hero

Kick On Party Shirt 

Ultimate Ears BOOM 3 


SIP Sangria

SIP Sangria brings flavours of Spain to the sun-drenched shores of Aotearoa. Made from the perfect blend of orange and apple juice, New Zealand red wine and with just a hint of cinnamon. Perfect for golden moments amongst friends and is available at liquor stores across the country.

Omega Timepiece from Partridge Jewellers 

Legent Bourbon 

Tiffany & Co Bracelet 

No 4 Long Pyjama Set in Black silk from No Ordinary