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Groomsmen Gifts: The Best Wallets, Belts, and Watches

The leadup to any wedding is overwhelming. There’s a never-ending list of expenses, a handful of unforseen problems, and overall high expectations of the day. But the one thing that doesn’t have to be stressful is finding the right gift for your groomsmen. It’s up to your friends to build camaraderie and keep things running smoothly, so pay them back for their efforts (like, say, a last-minute swap of tuxes with the best man at the church because you’ve accidentally stained your white shirt) with something you know they’ll like.

We’ve taken away the guesswork by providing you with a curated list of the best in accessories so you can share the love on the big day. Like your groomsmen, the best accessories don’t take themselves too seriously. From mustachioed cufflinks to retro socks, class up your groomsmen while having some fun with it.

Don’t worry about a thing; we’ve got you covered.

For the athlete who doesn't like the Apple watch

The Apple Watch has got some competition — and it comes at nearly a quarter of the price. Part watch, part fitness tracker, the Neutra Smartwatch does it all. It has the look of a stylish leather watch with an added activity tracker to monitor steps, distance, and calories burned; Android and iOS compatibility; and battery life that is good for up to a year. 

$155 at Fossil

For the friend who's a big fan of Westerns

This 100-percent genuine leather belt is not like the others. Inspired by the game of polo, this handmade belt is unique in design and sourced from local Colombian tanneries for one hell of a dapper look.

$105 at Huckberry

For the guy who still wishes he was Don Draper

Keep your friends close and your bourbon closer with these retro-inspired men’s socks. Your groomsmen will love the tribute to whiskey, and in comfortable sock form. It doesn’t get much better than that.

$18 at Uncommon Goods

For the history nut who needs a good timepiece

The old-school fanatics of the bunch will love this vintage watch. Taking influence from the classic military watch design, this timepiece comes built with a hard-wearing titanium case and up to 200 meters of water resistance. In other words, this watch not only looks cool, but will withstand just about anything.

$218 at Huckberry

For the guy who doesn't need another necktie

Ties will always be a tried and true gift. A tie clip, however, is a sharp accent and helps tie the whole look (pun intended) together. This sterling silver one comes monogrammed for an extra added touch.

$179 at Mark and Graham

For the friend who goes deep sea fishing

There’s a reason Ray-Ban frames are iconic, and that’s because these classic sunglasses never go out of style. The Clubmaster Classic design was inspired by the ‘50s, giving your groomsmen an effortlessly sleek look from decades’ past.

$153 at Ray Ban

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