Win It: The Barrel Watch by Original Grain
Whether it is a gift for yourself or a gift for a loved one, owning a fine watch tops the list of must-have men’s accessories. But this season, we’re letting go of the traditional leather band watch, and oh-s0-in-love with the new wood trend that’s popping up everywhere. Our favorite: Original Grain.
Original Grain produces high quality, hand-crafted wood and steel watches that are not only on trend with high fashion, but also go one step further by giving back. With each watch that is sold, ten trees are planted by Trees for the Future Non-Profit Organization. Original Grain’s watches are also made of the most sustainably sourced exotic hardwoods, and influenced by the company’s Pacific Northwest roots.
Made of reclaimed American oak barrels that were once used to store bourbon, the Barrel Whiskey/Espresso watch (featured above!) will be both a timepiece and a conversation piece. Today, one lucky reader will win a Barrel Whiskey/Espresso watch from Original Grain to complete their spring wardrobe. Details below!
One Daily Mom will win one (1) Barrel Whiskey/ Espresso watch from Original Grain. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Entries can be earned by signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter, visiting social media sites, and following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!
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Stephanie is a military wife, currently residing in New York, and mama of two exceptionally curious kiddos – a rugged pint-size princess and a toddling Evel Knievel-in-training – and one sweet, easy going baby boy. When she isn’t exploring the family’s newest dwellings, running trails, farmers’ markets, and playgrounds, she spends her down time working from home, feverishly correcting “textspeak” in her college students’ essays as an adjunct English instructor for a local community college. Her passion for writing and photography can be found at Stephanie High Photography on facebook