If you know anything about my style, it’s that I love being unique. I want my clothes to represent me, and not look like a duplicate of everyone around me. So, when JORD reached out to me to work them on this sponsored post, I said absolutely YES! Honestly, how often do you see a gorgeous luxury wooden watch. Yes, you read that right, JORD watches are 100% natural, hand finished woods. Most importantly, they are elegant, sophisticated and beautiful, with the perfect price point for someone looking at a budget.
Besides, being such a unique piece to own, these watches are absolutely practicable, chic and works well in easily tying an entire look together. I personally don’t wear watches everyday, so trust me when I do wear one, it’s all about making a look stand out. Looking at the JORD watches, I can tell you that there is a watch for everyone, man or woman. I especially love the beautiful natural tones, the ultra slim design, and the various crystal glass options. Also, check out the packaging for these pieces. I am all about pretty things that come in pretty packaging, and JORD keeps the bar high on this one.
These JORD watches are the perfect fall fashion statement, as you can tell in this look. So, we are talking fall officially, and that means layering, boots and blazers. I thrifted this Ralph Lauren navy blue blazer from My Sister’s Closet in San Diego for $13. This blazer normally retails at $189, so you already know that I was very happy when I swooped this piece up. You have seen my style this blazer on the blog before here.
As it was chilly enough for me, I opted to do some layering. I started with a 3/4 sleeve thrifted J.Crew white crisp shirt at the bottom. Next, I added a pale blue super soft short sleeve sweater over the white shirt. This angora sweater was thrifted from Goodwill at the end of the winter season last year for $1. I definitely tend to shop off seasons for my basics, as the prices, even in the thrift stores are drastically reduced. I know I will always need sweaters, so no harm in stocking up at great prices for the next season.
I then pulled out these tall boots that I absolutely love. I will let you in on a little tip for savings when it comes to your winter boots. At the end of the winter season, I take all my leather boots to the cobbler and have them retap the soles and polish the leather for me. After trudging through the snow, and nasty winter winter, the boots can take a licking. However, after a trip to the cobbler, you are not going to believe how brand new your boots can look for the new season. This saves me tons of money in not having to buy certain boots over and over, while still giving them that pristine look. These boots were actually thrifted, and the leather is like butter! I found these boots at My Sister’s Closet in San Diego for $75, during their end of the season sale.
I pulled out my vintage Ralph Lauren doctor bag for this look. I thrifted this piece from Island Thrift in Long Island, New York for $6. I definitely thought something was wrong with the bag to grab it for such a low price. However, after thorough inspection, the bag is legit and a great one for the fall season.
My selected JORD watch was the perfect compliment to this entire look. The dark sandalwood and mint watch simply makes a statement with this entire fall look screams fall. We are all looking at the calendar, and we know the holidays are quickly approaching. If you are still building your wish list or gift list, this would be the perfect gift. This is the perfect unique gift to a special person on your list. I should also mention that you can customize the watch with a personalized engraving and customized sizing, which makes this gift a true winner in my book.
As a gift to my readers, JORD would give a lucky winner a $100 gift code to use on one of their JORD unique wooden watches. You need to be in it to win it, and that simply means enter their giveaway here! While one luck person will win, everyone will receive a consolation code worth $25 once the contest end on October 29th! Remember to enter the contest here to have a chance of winning.