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Straight leg/boyfriend fit jeans were something I thought I'd never wear, as I thought they made me look bigger and weren't flattering. Wow, hasn't my opinion changed or what?! Loose fitting jeans, a mens shirt, and my khaki jacket mean for an awesomely comfortable and very weekend vibe outfit that I'm so in love with. 



Due to working full time and needing to wear more smart casual clothing, weekends are the only time that I get to really wear what I want. Some days I go all out and wear all the colours and fabrics, and then other days I don't. My style is very up and down and find myself changing it up a lot, and clearly on this day I wasn't feeling the bright life but instead embracing the earthy tones which I totally dig. Ha, get it? Dig? Earthy? Anyway... 


To coincide with the earthy tones of my outfit I reached for a particular watch. Now, I know some of you lovely lot probably don't wear a watch, or decide not to wear one at weekends but if I'm honest, not wearing a watch sends me into a bit of a melt down. A big part of my full time job is time efficiency, meaning that you'll actually never find me without my watch on! 

Enter the infamous JORD Wood Watch.

Matching perfectly to my outfit but giving it a little edge, this watch is so unusual and really does stand out and has become my go to weekend watch (Along with the weekend boyfriend jeans because I like to eat all the food at weekends).



Of course the fact that the watch is made of wood is the obvious thing that draws you in, but the colour of the face almost has me hypnotised. I managed to catch what I mean in the above picture in terms of how the face catches the light. It's so pretty and although is a blue face, in some lights looks a little purple/blue. The watch comes with it's own cloth and oil so you can really look after it, which Tony took control over as "I'm a carpenter and I know wood" haha. 


This outfit is comfortable, seasonal in terms of colour palette, and oh very SUNDAY. 

It feels great that I finally understand and feel ok to wear baggy jeans, I mean whats not to love about feeling comfortable? Yes to not wearing  skinny jeans every day.

Fancy embracing the baggy jeans and watch scenario? Shop my outfit clicking on the links below!

Jeans (similar)| Shirt (similar)| Jacket | Trainers | Bag | Sunglasses | Watch 

xoxo

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  1. Love the watch!

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  2. You look great hun. I never thought I'd be able to wear skinnies because I'm larger... But I think sometimes it's nice to get out of your comfort zone xx

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