Shopping for that special man in your life can be struggle, so let us help. We've got something that will appeal to all sorts of men this Valentine's Day—at every budget.
Whether you’re looking for something for your fling, boyfriend, partner or husband here are the perfect manly, or just plain quirky, gifts of you guy.
For the proud Canadian
Let your man show everyone just how much he loves his home an native land with one of the most Canadian things in existence, a toque covered with mounties.
Arborist mountie toque, $30, drakegeneralstore.ca.
For the baseball buff
If your partner already has a Blue Jays hat and jersey surprise him with this handsome—and darn right cute—blue jay pin. This tiny treasure will allow him to sport some pride on the lapel of his jacket or event suit.
Blue Jay lapel pin, $10, crywolfclothing.com.
For the Clean Freak
If the smell of synthetic pine won’t cut it for your man (you got a keeper) gift him with a car smell that's more refined, and customizable. Infuse his vehicle with his favourite essential oil blend to feel soothed, uplifted and refreshed while you're on the road.
Saje Car Scenter, $17, saje.com.
For the gym rat
Do you lift bro? Well if your man does then headphones, sans strap, will make all the difference while he’s pumping iron. These wireless Jaybird in-ear bluetooth sport headphones are sweatproof, which means no slipping our of your ears, and offer a long battery life, eight hours, before it needs a charge.
Jaybird Freedom Wireless Headphones, $200, indigo.com.
For the coffee addict
Does your main squeeze appreciate a strong cup of coffee every morning? Buy him this french press with a cute little message, he’ll be sure to think of you fondly before he starts his day.
Brewed with love french press, $39.50, indigo.com.
For the fitness fanatic
This stylish little band automatically tracks steps, distance, calories and sleep. If your man is a triathlete this fitness tracker is swim proof and it also uses a replaceable battery (that lasts up to six months), so you'll have no hassle with daily charging after a training session.
Misfit Shine 2 Fitness tracker, $140, misfit.com.
For the fragrance aficionado
If your man has more than five fragrances, that he actually alternates between, that means he’s a fragrance guy. Try gifting him with the newest scent from Clean; Black Leather. The juice is a spicy blend of smoky musk, bergamot and black peppercorn.
Clean Black Leather, $98, sephora.com.
For the homebody
Nothing’s cozier than a plush natural wool lined pair of leather slippers. If he's a slippers guy, he'll love these from Ugg, consider them them the Rolls Royce of the slipper world.
Men’s scuffed Deco Slippers, $135, ugg.com.
For the bearded hipster
A freshly laundered man is something any woman can get behind, so consider this gift a win win. Give him this trio of male grooming essentials: facial cleanser, beard conditioning shave lube and beard oil.
Jack Black Beard Grooming Kit, $43, sephora.com.
For the music man
If your paramour is into his beats and always on the move gift him with this retro looking amp shaped portable speaker, the smallest from the music minded brand. It’s got a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that will allow him to blast his tunes for a solid 25 hours before needing a charge.
Marshall Stockwell speaker, $300, indigo.com.
The best fashion moments from Emma Stone Image by: Getty Images
Lanvin! Dior! Valentino!
Emma Stone has got great style. And what we love the most about it is her complete willingness to throw out the rulebook. She wears pants on the red carpet, she is unafraid of clashing colours and she never lets her petite frame dictate the larger than life style statements she wishes to make.
Whether she opts for a simple t-shirt dress by Calvin Klein, or an intricately embellished number by Valentino, she always looks stunning. But more importantly, she looks like she genuinely enjoys fashion and marches to the beat of her own sartorial drum. A fashion rule we should all follow if you ask us.
Emma wore this star-detailed Valentino dress to win a Golden Globe for her role in La La Land.
For the hand and foot ceremony in 2016, Emma wore this sunshine-hued Rochas dress.
At the Los Angeles premiere of La La Land, Emma wore this stunning blue Prada number, complete with sparkling embellishment.
Emma turned heads when she decided to wear pants (gasp!) to the 2015 Golden Globe awards. We love this Lanvin look.
Emma wore this daring colour to the Oscars—and it worked amazingly! This Elie Saab dress is one of the actor's brightest fashion moments.
Stone mixed prints to perfection with this Michael Kors ensemble. Stripes and polka dots never looked so good.
Emma donned this white Prada dress for the New York premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
This forrest green Valentino Haute Couture was a subtle—but very stylish—choice for the Venice Film Festival.
Emma wore this pink two-tone ensemble to the 2014 MET Gala. We love the bright, punchy colours she chose and her simple and casual hair.
For the 2012 Oscars Emma was the lady in red in this beautiful Giambattista Valli Couture dress with bow accent.
Perhaps the first time Emma Stone turned our head on the red carpet was when she wore this simple Calvin Klein t-shirt dress to the 2011 Golden Globes.
Making minor, yet meaningful changes to your lifestyle can help you become a significantly healthier and happier person. Our health expert shares five tips on sleep, nutrition and fitness to help you achieve these goals.
"Why does she look and feel so good? I think I want what she's having!" If you find yourself thinking like this it might be time to adopt some new habits.
Hair advice that professionals swear by Image by: Bubmle & Bumble
It pays to talk to the pros if you're looking to step up your hair routine. Here's some of the best advice we've received recently from top hairstylists.
"The biggest mistake women make is using the incorrect hair-care products for their hair style, which can leave mid-lengths and ends looking dry. A professional consultation will [determine] what hair-care regimen is best."
"Make sure you're rinsing your hair correctly. That means spending between two and three minutes in the shower rinsing both your shampoo and your conditioner. Contrary to popular belief, warm water isbetter for rinsing products. Then, finish with a 60-second cool rinse to add shine."
"Hair needs all the help it can get. It needs added moisture, emollients, supportive structures. Treat your hair like you do your skin."
"The tendency to want what we cannot have is universal, but a cut will sit better, last longer and be so much easier to maintain if you work with your hair type instead of fighting against it. With a cut that's customized, getting ready is so much simpler—and prettier."
"People with really fine hair and lack of density should consider colouring their hair because they're going to benefit by swelling the hair fibre. If your hair is not damaged, you should consider double process, or single process with your own colour. When you damage the cuticle, you're going to lose some lipids, and that may be good for someone with fine hair looking for volume. Once the hair cuticle is lifted, the hair fibre can look nearly double in size."