All set for winter with My Aritzia Scarf and new JORD Watch! | Footnotes and Finds

Thursday, 26 January 2017

All set for winter with My Aritzia Scarf and new JORD Watch!

There is nothing more descriptive of Vancouver winter fashion than an Aritzia scarf. However, there is something else embodying the essence of Vancouver and that is the unique watch company JORD. How? Well, Vancouver's unique and characteristic architectural practice of mixing wood with glass is found in this cool watch. It's light and unlike anything I have ever seen. It is a great touch to my wardrobe, adding that extra bit of detail and oomph! I've worn it to work and out with my friends, and I honestly can't wait to pack it for a trip to Whistler in May. Its so versatile that it seamlessly goes with all my outfits, in particular its the perfect detail to my winter wardrobe. I have worn it everyday since I received it in the post about a month ago! Keeping with its sustainably harvested wood theme (which is a concept that I totally support and love!), it was also packed in a beautiful wood box.

For a limited time only, the awesome people at JORD are running a contest where you have a chance to win $100 gift code to use on the JORD website! But get this, only 1 person will receive the ultimate prize but everyone that enters will get a consolation code worth $25--how amazing? These watches are stunning works of art, a sure conversation starter and just a great addition to your wardrobe! Click here to enter the contest!
Watches Made From Wood

Touque/Sweater: Zara | similar , similar
Trousers: H&M
Shoes: Urban Outfitters
Socks: Topshop
Scarf: Aritzia
Watch c/o: JORD



  1. I love both that Aritzia scarf and JORD Watch. The wooden detail on the JORD watch is so unique, but I really love that it still manages to be a very classic piece.

    Sweet Helen Grace

  2. What a chic look I love your scarf!


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