The Best Menswear Gifts Under £50 | Aphrodite

The Best Menswear Gifts Under £50

If you’re reading this, give yourself a pat on the back; not only have you taken the plunge in leaving your chaotic Christmas approach of yesteryear behind, but better yet, you’re even prepared to do a little digging to find the perfect present. Granted, we’ve all participated in that last-minute Christmas rush at some point, but there’s certainly no need for it this year because here at Aphrodite we’re on hand to help you find the perfect gift, and for this one, we’re sticking to a budget. So, sit back and relax while we list our top menswear gifts under £50.

Kicking off the selection is a brand-new arrival from British brand Folk and if you’re not yet familiar with the London-hailing label, let’s just say they live by the mantra ‘less is more’. Minimalist at its very best, this new-season Folk Tote Bag is perfect for gifting; it comes in both black and fawn colourways and has been expertly crafted in Portugal. As well as a spacious interior – big enough for all your commuting essentials – it also boasts two sturdy carry handles, refined Folk embroidery and a quirky back pocket. Price – £49.

Folk Tote Bag

Sitting second on our list is the Jason Markk Gift Set. Perhaps you know someone who finds it impossible to keep their kicks clean, or perhaps that person is you? Whatever the reason, this box set has everything you need to keep fresh white trainers WHITE – it comprises a 7oz premium foam cleanser, 2oz stain and water repellent spray, buffing brush and three quick wipes. Price – £35.

Jason Markk Cleaning Essentials

Placing number 3 on our top gifts under £50 list is lauded Italian label Napapijri. Just to refresh your brain, Napapijri originally fell into the industry via their affinity for outdoor gear, this quickly led the brand to uncover a harmonious balance between apparel bound for extreme conditions and casualwear… Enter the Napapijri Semiury Beanie. Symbolic for its fuzzy texture and unmissable logo, this cosy bobble hat is the perfect piece to ride winter’s wave with. Price – £35.


Napapijri hats

Next is a gift that will serve your favourite tech device endlessly; this Paul Smith iPhone Cover demonstrates the namesake label’s ‘classic with a twist’ aesthetic perfectly. Clad in the British brand’s iconic ‘signature stripe’, the partial leather design will back your phone in a kaleidoscope of colourful hues while ensuring easy access to your charging port and most importantly, guaranteeing everyday protection.


Paul Smith Phone Case

For apparel, we recommend something with a heap of branded elements and for this one we’ve headed straight to the label with the Three Stripes. This adidas Trefoil T-Shirt is a true wardrobe staple; it’s brimming in adi’ heritage and features the brand’s iconic logo to the core, paired alongside a modest ‘Skateboarding’ tab woven at the side seam. Available now in grey and white. Price – £28.

adidas tees

In terms of grooming this Christmas period, organic Scandinavian skincare specialist, L:A Bruket, has everything covered. Think luxurious vanilla body wash that’s been blended in the brand’s homeland using a mixture of refreshing yet soothing ingredients, or moisturising beard oil that’s formulated from a combination of Jojoba, Argan & Hemp oils. Prices vary across a range of items, starting from £18.50 to £49.


LA Bruket

Finally, we’ve got another designer tote to round off our top gifts under £50 list and this time it’s chic Parisian label Maison Kitsuné offering up the goods. Renowned for their tricolour, folklore fox, the luxury house deliver this navy bag in a flexible cotton blend construction, featuring their synonymous mascot, two carry handles and a wealth of uncompromised interior space for all your daily necessities. Price – £49.

Maison Kitune

If you’re still reading this – well done – you got through it! We’re pretty confident that somewhere down the line this gift guide will spark a starting point for all your present planning, after all, getting the gifts in early means more time for festive shindigs.

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