Saturday, 7 November 2015

FASHION || COLLAB WITH WOOD WATCHES BY JORD

Hey Everyone, 
As a lot of you may know I spent my summer working away in America followed by doing a month of travelling around the states. While over there I was lucky enough to collaborate with some American brands and had some blogger mail sent to camp which was a very surreal experience, being on the opposite side of the world but still managing to work on collaboration with new brands I love. One of these brands being JORD Woodwatches. I'd like to thank Dan from JORD, for the help and communication this collaboration involved. 


I managed to shoot some of these images attached to this blog post at my camps lake ‘Shadow Lake’ which is where I was working in Connecticut, which made an amazing backdrop for my images. Unfortunately the Wi-Fi at camp wasn’t great which resulted in me having a internet technology detox but the downside it was unable to update my blog while over there. Now I’m back I’m pleased I can share this amazing watch on my blog in detail. You might have seen me promotion it on my instagram, Facebook and twitter but I completely forgot to share it on here for you to see it in all its glory. 
 What I'm Wearing || 
Knee High Boots - River Island 
Turtle Neck - Primark
Jeans - Primark 
Necklace - Primark 
This watch is a custom made wooden watch made to size. The watch came in unique packaging, which added to the attention to detail with the whole package. Woodwatches have so many stunning time pieces on their website, I was spoilt for choice when picking colours and style.
I went for Purpleheart & Mother of Pearl watch mainly due to its gorgeous deep colour. As its autumn I styled this burgundy coloured watch with my River Island jacket, which matches the colours perfectly. I picked this jacket up in the sale for £40, which was a total bargain & is perfect for dressing smart but keeping warm this autumn.


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Images From Shadow Lake Connecticut (Camp Wah-Nee)
Ellie xox

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