Even though I try to paint the internet with color on a weekly basis, I have to admit my wardrobe is a little less diverse. I pretty much stick to your basic black, white, and grey because in Seattle that’s all anyone does. If you show up to a party in the PNW in a bright pink and yellow dress and green velvet boots, you’ll definitely feel out of place in the sea of flannels swarming the room. Even though I stick to darker colors, I always try to play up my accessories. Whether it’s necklaces, earrings or watches, a little pop of color can put you in a better mood up here in the Evergreen State. I keep this mentality year round, even in the winter. Pink goes with everything, you guys!
Speaking of accessories, JORD seriously has the most unique watches I’ve ever seen. I went for the Zebrawood & Rose watch of course, I can’t escape that color! In the winter, everything thing is so drab, and wearing plaid or flannels gets boring. This watch spruces up any outfit and fits perfectly on my wrist since they do custom sizes. Style doesn’t take a winter break, so I always make sure to look put together, which basically means I don’t leave my house in sweatpants and I run a brush through my hair. I stick to simple shirts, scarves, one of my many bomber jackets, and my white converses. This watch elevates the look with its not-so-subtle design and legit wood band. The Zebrawood is rich in contrast and surprisingly goes with anything! (p.s. Don’t feel left out guys! They carry watches for both men and women!)
See you guys?! The watch matches literally everything I own! And it’s so pretty. If you’re thinking of getting one, I have a surprise at the end of this post…
You can enter to win $100 towards your own JORD watch! And just by entering, you get a $25 consolation code at the end of the contest. Pretty cool, right?!
Simply follow this link to enter the giveaway, and of course check out their beautiful collections. Good Luck!
The contest will close 1/29 at 11:59pm. Both the $100 and the $25 codes will expire on 4/30/2017.
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January 5, 2017