are timepieces a thing of the past?
i've run across a few people who said they didn't need a watch because they had their phone. while it's true that you can find the time on your phone, i'd have to dig thru my bag to find the phone and press the home button to light up the screen. two steps vs. a quick glance at my wrist.
what if you were surfing in the morning before work...how would you know when to come in? would you have your phone on you? likely not, but a water resistant watch would come in handy.
what about fashion, style, and status? watches are a statement of one's style, and a fashion accessory that both men and women can enjoy.
so to answer the question...timepieces are not a thing of the past. there will always be a need (and want) for quality watches.
do you wear a watch on the daily?
i love watches and have always worn watches. i am not a collector of watches because i usually invest in one [at a time] that i love and want to wear on the daily. the latest has been this beautiful wood watch from JORD. i chose maple because it's neutral for my skin tone and versatile enough to be worn with many colors and styles (just check my instagram!).
the details are simply amazing, the watch is very lightweight, and each comes in a beautiful box.
(JORD 'Ely' watch c/o; Express top, JustFab shoes; Pacsun shorts)
see the entire line of JORD wood watches: