Tells More than Time : Wooden Watch Trend


For me, watches have always been a primary source of timekeeping. Therefore, after having a smart phone, I never found as strong of a use for them.

However, I always look for unique ways to dress up an outfit, and create a "timeless" look. When I came across this unique wooden watch, I couldn't help but think how unique it was and it stood out from the stereotypical watch face I was used to seeing. Its particularly unique look and sleek face provided me with just that. The wood lends itself to a very classic, and elegant timepiece that you can either dress up or even wear on the go.

I am always looking at how I can make my accessories versatile for every part of my life, and this wooden watch does exactly that! I love mine SO, so much that I teamed up with JORD Watches to give one of you lucky ladies your own, and I could not be any more excited. The craftsmanship and value is truly one of a kind.

As a black clothing connoisseur, I selected the Cassia in Ebony & Sable, because of my need for two things: 1) an accessory to compliment my many looks 2) a black piece with the elegance and adaptability to stand out on its own - to which this piece does quite well. On top of that, this watch is perfect to brunch in my leopard print midi-dress, to run errands in my black leggings and tank top, to shopping in my jeans and a white tee.

To join the giveaway to get $100 off any watch of your choice, and to all receive 10% off of your order as well it's as simple as following this link: www.jordwatches.com/g/runwayandrosefashion

To shop which watch you hope to win go to: https://www.woodwatches.com/

*Terms & Conditions: Must be 18 or older to enter, and the watch can be shipped to any state or country. This giveaway is sponsored by JORD watches. To enter the giveaway you must follow the link attached and enter your name and email. The winner will be emailed at the end of the giveaway. This giveaway runs from July 7-July 13. All entrants will receive a 10% discount emailed to them.


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