Fall Day (+ A Giveaway!) - The Surznick Common Room

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Fall Day (+ A Giveaway!)

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

This past Saturday Nick and I celebrated our annual Fall Day (our 6th one!) In case you need a refresher, this is the day we visit our favorite farm to pick pumpkins, then spend the day sipping warm apple cider and watching scary movies together. I know it probably sounds pretty #basic and unoriginal these days, but we started this little tradition when we were dating semi-long distance, and it's been something we've kept up every year, no matter how trendy loving Fall gets. We love it too, and this year was no different! (You can see past Fall Day snaps here and here.)

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches
Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

I've pretty much got my outfit for Fall Day down pat: skeleton sweater, jeans, boots, and a field jacket (depending on the weather.) My skeleton sweater is one of my favorite pieces in my closet and I've practically worn it to death (pun intended.) It's already suffered a torn shoulder and has probably shrunken a little too much in the wash, but I won't part with it - especially this time of year.

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches
Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

This year I added a new accessory to the mix - my new wooden watch from JORD. Nick got me a watch last year for Christmas and I've worn it just about every day since. But like most jewelry and accessories, it's fun to mix it up and wear different pieces. This JORD watch is such a unique addition to my wardrobe - it's made from wood, so it's super light and easy to wear. When I think of fall, I think of being outdoors, warm campfires, colorful trees, and crunchy leaves - this gold and zebrawood piece reminds me of all of those things and fits perfectly into my fall style.

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches
Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

If you're unfamiliar with JORD, they make both men's and women's timepieces in eight different styles of wood. They're passionate about making more than just a watch - they want to tell a story: "The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time." Keep reading below for a chance to win your own!

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches
Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

This Fall Day was unseasonably warm, so I stripped off my coat to find our perfect pumpkin (it's green!) We took the short hayride back to the entrance of the farm and finished our trip with a stop in the wine shop to pick up a bottle of our favorite Cocoa Vino. It's about a 30-minute drive to/from the farm, so we jammed to our Halloween playlist in the car and finally arrived home to hunker down for a day of movies and snuggling with our ever-growing kitties.

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches
Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

Wait - you didn't think I forgot about the contest did you? JORD wants to give one Common Room reader a $75 gift card to their shop! And guess what? You'll get $20 off a watch purchase just for entering! Click here to enter! The contest ends 11/13 and the winner will be contacted via email.

Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches
Surznick Common Room - Fall Day ft. JORD Wood Watches

American Eagle Jeans (similar)
Old Navy Booties (similar)
Old Navy Field Jacket (similar)

xo, Sarah

This post was sponsored by JORD Wood Watches. I was provided with this watch for review - I love it and all opinions are my own!

2 comments:

  1. I think Fall Day sounds perfect! #Basic and unoriginal ideas are some of the best :)

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  2. Looks like a lovely day for an adventure. I love the watch! I wear my watch everyday! I would miss my watch if I didn't have it on. I love what was said about wearing a watch, so true! "The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time."

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