I got my husband this arm candy (or should I say wrist candy) for his birthday few weeks ago. It’s a fully functional wooden watch by a company called WeWood. When we were getting married he toyed with an idea of having a wooden wedding ring (but it just wasn’t very practical) so when I saw this watch I thought he could still have his wooden accessory but in form of a watch. Win win.
+ Each timepiece they sell plants a tree. Can’t go wrong.
If your wrist party needs to up its antics go check them out!
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Toast! This found comes with a serious swooning warning. Everything is beautiful and all of a sudden you can visualise your home and wardrobe full of ‘can’t live without’ Toast items (and in the process your home has seamlessly transformed into a mountain hideaway or a beach house to accommodate all these). Just be careful, your bank account might/will not love this new found crush. That’s why these Toast goodies are usually found on my birthday/christmas wish lists.
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To make things even more appealing wherever possible they support organic production and discourage throw-away fashion. Love that.
If you’re just up for a good day dream get a catalogue! These are a reason why our house guests often spend a few minutes longer in the bathroom than perhaps necessary (you see, our powder room has been a home for a good collection of toast catalogues for a while now) And in good recycling form use as wrapping paper when the piles are getting too high (pun not intended!:)