There is just something about a tunic that will forever be one of my favorite fashion trends. I really shouldn’t even call it a trend because I feel like it is a timeless addition to any wardrobe that will be used for years to come.
This beautiful floral tunic, from one of my favorite boutiques Pink Poodle Fashion, is perfect for the Summer months but I know that it will easily transition into the Fall. It makes Nursing easy and it does a great job of hiding my Mom “fluff.” They only thing that would make this tunic better would be the perfect accessories. Luckily, I have that covered with JORD Wood Watches.
JORD Wood Watches is a company making unique time pieces for both men and women. Each watch is made of wood and metal and many of them are automatic! My watch is from the Cora Collection. Finely grained golden Koa wood and rich rose tones encapsulate the beauty of a summer sunset in this stunning watch. It is such a well-made piece and I love the fact that it is automatic. I will never have to buy a battery!
To complement the look, I added a pair of super-distressed skinnies. I felt like it took my outfit to another level with the girliness of my tunic and soft lines of my watch. I also accented with lots of my favorite rose gold jewlery from Kendra Scott. You can never have too much rose gold or Kendra!
Add now, for those of you who are still following along, I have some exciting news for you! I am giving away a $75 gift card so that one of you can order your very own JORD Wood Watch. Not only this, but everyone who enters the giveaway, except for the winner, will receive a $20 gift card. That is a win-win situation!So what do you need to do to enter? Well that is easy! Just click —–> HERE!
Hurry and enter because the Giveaway ends on July 24th!
I encourage you all to check out this amazing company. The watches are truly unique and so incredibly well-made. Mine has already become a staple in my wardrobe and is always a conversation starter! Wood is natural and classic, so this watch well easily transition through the seasons and years to come!
Photography by Magnolia Blossom Photography