Hey beautiful people! If there’s one basic thing you should know about me, it’s that I love the color teal. It’s literally been my favorite color ever since I was a little girl, so when the team fromJORD Wood Watches reached out to me, I definitely had to pick theCora Zebrawood & Turquoise Model.
Since I was little, I was told that you’re never fully dressed without a smile… and a watch! Before watches became more of a fashion statement or accessory piece, I saw them as a mark of profound sophistication. Everyone that I looked up to growing up was always seen wearing a watch – my after-school caretaker, my favorite teachers and of course, my parents. Whenever I look down at my wrist and see my JORD watch ticking away, I feel like I have finally reached their level of sophistication.
The watch I chose is made ofZebrawood, which is native to West Africa. Besides the teal face, what I love most about this watch is that this material item holds such a profound journey and helps me feel tied to nature.
Upon visiting the site, I instantly fell in love with multiple styles. There are so many watches suited for anywoman orman’s style and personality. JORD takes raw materials and hand-crafts them into the most amazing, detailed and unique timepieces; works of true craftsmanship.
JORD Wood Watches offers a wide range of products perfect for anyone’s budgets, styles, and personalities. Not only do they offer beautiful watches for women, but for men as well. In fact, when I told my boyfriend about this collaboration and giveaway, he became so jealous knowing one of my lucky readers would win such an amazing prize. It would also be a great Father’s Day Gift!
JORD WOOD WATCH GIVEAWAY
If you’re loving my Cora Zebrawood watch or any other style, then you HAVE to enter today’s giveaway! One lucky winner will receive a $100.00 gift code to use toward any JORD Wood Watch of his/her choice! And because nobody likes a loser, everyone who enters will receive a $25.00 gift code just for entering!
*Giveaway ends June 10th*
*Today’s blog post is in partnership with JORD, but all opinions are my own*