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From Our HQ: Give A Little

From Our HQ: Give A Little

Posted by Alyssa Julian on

12 Untitled pins. 24 hours.
We're giving away 12 pins (one for each member of our team) to those who share their values.

Our exclusive Black Friday pin, Untitled, is designed to be a physical reminder of your core values; something with weight, an indicator of what you believe in (read more about our inspiration here). A 14k solid gold bar set with two black diamonds on each end, there’s no right or wrong way to wear it. This year, we want you to wear your values proudly. That’s why we’re gifting our exclusive design to a select few before it launches Friday, Nov 25th. 

Here’s how it works:

1. Comment on any of our #ThisIsUntitled posts (journal or Instagram) sharing your values.
There’s no wrong answer, we want to hear what’s important to you. We all know our company values are quality, simplicity, and transparency, but some of our team members will be sharing their personal values throughout the day on instagram so you can get a better idea of what we mean.

2. Each Vrai & Oro team member will select their favorite response.
If you comment on Instagram, we’ll slide into your DMs. If you comment on the journal, we’ll email you. Be on the lookout.

3. Wear it however you choose.
If you need a reminder of your values, keep the pin for yourself. If you know someone who would wear it proudly, pass it forward.

The small details: all values (aka comments) must be posted by 9 AM PST Friday, November 18th. Winners will be contacted for a name and shipping address. All choices will be made by each member of our team, individually, without influence. We’re just here to give a little.


Untitled, 2016

Share your values in the comments below. Tell us what you stand for. 

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  • Honesty/integrity: being personally honest and living up to our commitments would solve most of the problems in our world and lives. I will become influential and effective when others can trust me and believe me. Being honest with myself requires courage, humility, and faith in my capacity to change. Karma is the great rewarder of the honest person and the punishment for the dishonest person.

    D. Wilson on

  • Independence and strength are what I am working towards the most right now in my life. I have always planned my life and my future, until I suddenly did not have a plan with the change of loosing one person that was very important to me in my life. It has been a year, but I am finally figuring out how to be happy on my own and how to live my life again. I write myself notes and hide them in pockets, so that I will have a nice surprise to find on a rainy day! Learning to live without this person has been hard, but I keep trying to remind myself to be strong and that I am powerful, loving and independent. Have to keep reminding myself and celebrating the small victories and things that make me smile. Still a lot of progress to make, but life goes on and I have found this hard time, a true test of my beliefs.

    Hannah on

  • I value many things, among them are HONESTY: without which, there will be no TRUTH: and that allows us to commit to and feel LOVE: for one’s self, for others, for family, for friends, for country, for environment, for strangers, and that gives us RESPECT: allowing anyone to stand up for their beliefs and have FAITH: in whatever that means to each of us, keeping us grounded and allowing us to have GRATITUDE: for what we have, and for whom we are lucky enough to be close to, and for those who show us KINDNESS: generosity of spirit from family, friends, caregivers, waitresses, drivers, strangers, lovers, spouses, kids, and pets, and that brings about much HAPPINESS.

    Mary on

  • ACCEPTANCE. This is one of my core values. I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity to live in and visit many cities throughout the country – small and large, red and blue, liberal and conservative. I came across so many different types of people – each with their own unique voice, opinion and story. It took some time to learn the power of acceptance – understanding that each story (despite how different or contrary to my own) should be valued. These unique perspectives and experiences are woven together to make our unique United States. Particularly during this time, when it feels that there is more division than unification – I am reminded that differences are beautiful and make us stronger as a whole. Accepting and celebrating those differences is truly what makes our country great. #ThisIsUntitled #Acceptance

    Supriya on

  • The value I am trying to live by (since 2013; a challenging yet inspiring year) is;

    To be true to myself.

    Which can be translated in many ways… being true to myself, my children, my friends and my family.
    Without the guilt of selfishness. To be true to yourself you need to know yourself and listen to yourself. Which I, like so many, find hard.
    But it’s worth it.

    Emerald on

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