Learn why a wooden watch makes the perfect unique gift and how to style it like a New Yorker in Paris
It was a whirlwind preparing for my return New England this summer, but I was successfully able to get a lot of things accomplished in Paris–I finished my French classes at Cours de Civilisation française de la Sorbonne, visited new parks and green spaces throughout the city, and then did this photoshoot one week before leaving Paris.
In partnership with JORD watches, I want to share what I love about my wooden watch and how to wear it day-to-day.
I’ve been wearing my Frankie wooden watch for the past few weeks and am proud to wear it as an everyday summer wardrobe essential.
What I love about this wooden watch is how it balances minimalist style with its practical, lightweight form–it adds an easy elegance to a casual outfit with a t-shirt, jeans, and sneakers or adds a personal touch for business casual meetings.
Even though it’s a wooden watch, it can withstand light exposure to water while washing dishes. It should go without saying that the watch should never be fully submerged in water.
With all of the occasions to celebrate during the summertime, JORD wooden watches are perfect for:
- high school or college graduations
- Mother’s Day
- Father’s Day
- summer birthdays
- a treat-yo-self gift
JORD watches are beautifully packaged in a wooden keepsake box and have the option to have an engraving on the back of the watch.
I decided to engrave Audrey Hepburn’s quote “Paris is always a good idea” as a reminder to keep the Parisian spirit with me anywhere I may be.
Love JORD’s Frankie in Zebrawood and Champagne? You can enter to win a $100 credit towards your own unique wooden watch!
The contest is valid through June 10, 2018 until 11:59 PM EST. Winner will be announced shortly after!
Shop all of JORD’s wooden watch styles—men’s wooden watches and women’s wooden watches—on their website.
Note: Although this is a sponsored review, I only choose to work with companies who offer quality products and services that are relevant to P.S. by Macaron Hoarder’s brand messaging. All opinions are my own.