Where has the summer gone? We have been incredibly busy the past few weeks but we have been having so much fun! Our baby turned one, we went away on vacation, we through the baby a very special First Birthday Party and countless BBQ’s and pool parties. It’s safe to say we love the summer and are making the most out of the last few weeks we have left.

My hubby has been known to make an appearance on the blog from time to time to give his opinion on “guy’s stuff” so today I decided to have him answer a few questions for the blog on one of his new accessories. Accessorizing for guys doesn’t have to be boring. My guy loves to accessorize everyday with….a watch! He obviously (thankfully) wears a wedding ring daily (I know some guys don’t like to or can’t for job reasons) and other than that his daily accessory is his watch. He has started to collect them and is growing some really unique different looks to style with them. When Jord Wood Watches contacted me I was thrilled because I know my guy was going to be excited and lets be honest he doesn’t get excited about too much.

 

What did you think when I first told you that you were getting a Jord watch?

At first I was curious as I had never heard of them before. (man was i missing out!) I was excited because, as you know, I love a nice watch. after that I would do what most anyone would and Googled Jord and I was pleasantly surprised!

What about Jord watches caught your eye?

I love the natural look. The wood is beautiful. I love the fact that you see the grain in the wood, its exposed not painted. The watches are unique making a great addition to anyones collection.

Why did you choose the Dover watch in Koa and Black?

the versatility if this particular watch is why I decided to choose it. you can wear it with almost anything. From shorts and a T-shirt to a suit this watch oohs good with everything. I love the face as well. I love the fact that you can see the inner workings of the watch creating a look that can only be found in the most elegant time pieces.

Anything else you would like my readers to know about your new watch?

This watch is so versatile and works amazing as a piece in a collection or as an everyday watch.

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Jord Wood watches also has a beautiful line of wood watches for ladies as well so you can check them out here. I want to give one lucky person the chance to enjoy one of these super unique classy watches for themselves. One lucky reader will win a $75 gift card to purchase your own Jord watch and just because I don’t want anyone to feel left out just for entering you will receive a $20 off coupon so make sure you enter here . Contest runs till Sunday Sept 11, 2016!

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*Please note that the $20 off coupons will expire Jan 1, 2017*
*This post was sponsored by Jord watches but all opinions are my own*


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