Jord: A Unique & Sustainable Wooden Watch

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I’m always on the lookout for more eco-friendly versions of products made with natural materials. Plus, I love sharing them here with you on my blog to make your search a little bit easier!

I’m minimal when it comes to jewelry (I don’t even have my ears pierced), but I love a good watch. Jord has a fun line of wooden watches that aren’t too bulky or distracting, but are classy and unique. I was sold on my Cassia Walnut & Vintage Rose when I learned that they also include sustainability as a major part of their mission.

When I found out that Jord was started in my hometown, St. Louis, MO, I fell even more in love and knew I had to support this brand. We partnered together to do a giveaway where you can win your own watch:

Enter here to win your timeless Jord Watch. 

All entrants will have a chance to win a $100 gift code to use on the Jord site.

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Here are my top green-girl reasons to try Jord for your next watch:

Jord watches aren’t made with toxic chemicals

It’s sad that all brands don’t do this, but Jord doesn’t manufacture with chemicals that could be harmful to your skin.

The wood in their watches comes from furniture remnants

A lot of the wood comes from furniture remnants that would otherwise be thrown away. They found a way to recycle the wood to create these watches instead.

The Bamboo is sourced sustainably

This is important because some bamboo and woods used for other watches are from unsustainable farms.

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The styles are classic, but modern

Somehow they’ve managed to create vintage watches that mix well with my modern wardrobe.

When you’re shopping for new clothes or accessories know that there most certainly is a more sustainable version somewhere on the web! Try to support a company that prides itself in social and corporate responsibility and sustainability. Jord does just that.

If you’re a watch enthusiast, check them out and don’t forget to enter the giveaway to have a chance at winning $100 towards a new watch!

 

Leah Thomas