I haven’t worn a watch in a long time and to be honest with you I don’t really know why. I think it’s maybe due to being at home most of the time with clocks all around and of course these days permanently near my mobile phone. These reasons why are rather weak and I have just got used to not having one but this is now going to change. Let me introduce you to Frankie, the most beautifully crafted, tactile, textured time piece I have ever seen. It’s not only a watch but a piece of nature that you can wear, an added part of my collection that I will wear and wear, not only because it tells the time but for it’s aesthetic rustic beauty. I think I would be rather lost without it now.
Within our busy lives we don’t often take the time to stop and enjoy the little things, I think you are all aware by now of my love of the seasons, paring back and taking things slower trying to create peaceful moments in my life. Having things around me that are not only pleasing but useful, not mass produced and wasteful. Owning one of these exceptional wood watches from JORD fits perfectly with the way I want to live.
“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.”
Simple words that make so much sense to me, so it is a joy to be able to pair Frankie with my chunky winter knits that make me feel cosy and warm, the deep graining of the zebrawood and its navy blue minimalist face work so well with my capsule wardrobe of greys and black. A timeless classic not a passing phase.
So if you too would like to own such a watch that is not only sustainable, efficient and damn right good looking JORD are offering you a unique giveaway, all you need to do to enter is click here. One person will win a $100 gift code to use on the JORD site but everyone will receive a consolation code worth $25.00. (This giveaway will close on the 19th Feb 2017 at 11:59pm both codes will expire on the 30th April 2017).
Worth an entry don’t you think?
- With thanks to JORD for gifting the Frankie watch without which this post would not be possible