Quirky Christmas Shopping from Dickies

I know there are lots of people who are struggling to find just the right gift for that fussy friend or relative. I don’t mean fussy in the literal sense. I mean the person who just doesn’t bother with Christmas or birthdays, and probably wouldn’t notice either way if you gave them a gift or not. People like my husband, for example. He simply isn’t interested, and yet he does like to receive gifts and partake in the opening of presents with our children on Christmas morning. So, what can I get for him?


Obviously, I am not going to share specific examples, just in case he is reading this post (hello, Daniel!) But I do have a quirky suggestion for the workaholic in your life, or the small business owner. Try the Dickies website, for hardworking workwear. I can think of many candidates within my close circles, and I already have ideas for what sort of clothes and accessories they might like to receive.


If you look at the Dickies website, you will see that they offer all sorts of practical gift solutions for the tradesperson, plumber, electrician, manual labourer, outdoorsy type that is in your life. And it’s not just for men, although I guess they are the target audience. I know a few women who would also appreciate some of the clothes and accessories from this website.

I also have a fabulous special offer to share with you for the Dickies website. You can receive an additional 7% off all orders with Code: DS7XX, valid until 31st December. Don’t forget there’s FREE UK Delivery on orders over £50 and FREE UK next day delivery on orders over £75.


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