I’ll be honest, I always struggle with finding the perfect gift for Daniel. Regardless of the holiday he always tends to be one of the most difficult people on my list. I usually have him send me a list (read: links, so I can easily order them), and go from there. So it is rarely a surprise when he gets to opening.
Even when I come up with a gift idea on my own, I have a terrible time keeping it a secret from him. I just want him to open it right away so I can see his reaction. So yes, I’ll just say it. I’m a terrible gift giver. Or maybe just for Daniel.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I am sure there are plenty of you out there struggling to find the perfect gift for that special person in your life. Well, I may have an idea for you!
If you have been following me on Instagram, you may have seen that a while ago the company Jord reached out and offered me one of their watches to try out so I could share my experience with my readers. As someone who pretty much exclusively wears gold accessories, I was interested to give it a try and see what they are all about.
The company uses a variety of different woods to make their products, so there is quite an array to choose from. I chose the Frankie style, which has a larger face, in the Zebrawood & Champagne. I was drawn to this one for obvious reasons. It was the closest to gold I could get! And although I was going outside my comfort zone, I didn’t want to stray too far!
Since the time I received the product, I have been surprised at the amount of times I gravitate towards this watch to finish my look. I feel like it seamlessly transitions into every outfit and goes well regardless of the season.
So, if you are having issues coming up with a gift idea this year consider giving the gift of a wood watch! They are perfect for someone interested in style, a chronic watch hoarder, or someone who likes great conversation starters.
Know anyone who this would make a great gift for? Let me know!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Jord Wood Watches. All opinions are my own.