Okay, so start this out being completely honest, I haven't worn a watch for the better part of 5+ years because...well, iPhones are to blame. But truth be told, I'm a girl who loves accessories and over the past few years, it's become trendy to wear cool watches. The analog watch is a trend that I hope stays forever because they have this classic, chic, old-school feel about them.
After a long debate (since all of the JORD wood watches are absolutely amazing), I decided on the women's watch Frankie 35 in Zebrawood and Champagne. The natural minimalism of the wood watch paired with the right amount of metallic gleam effortlessly transitions with day to night outfits. This watch wears well with monochrome and colorful outfits alike and has quickly become a piece that I reach for every day.
With the cooler temperatures that finally hit St. Louis, it's time to bust out the sweaters. This fuzzy, short-sleeved sweater perfectly pairs with a jacket for the chilly mornings, then 75+ degree afternoons (who really knows what to wear when it's October-November and temperatures are acting crazy like that!?), then back to cooler evenings. Skinny black pants are my wardrobe staple and throwing on a pair of flat mules creates a casual, yet put-together look.
Not to freak anyone out, but we're probably all well aware that the holidays are quickly approaching. From the vast array of women's and men's wooden watch options, there's something for everyone. JORD offers custom engraving, ideal for adding a little something extra special to an already special timepiece. Gifting idea, anybody!?
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I'm going to end this post with a quote from the JORD company website that I completely related to:
"The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time."