We're a Little Obsessed with Rose Gold Jewelry
We love jewelry of all kinds, so picking one metal over another seems a little futile. But there's something about rose gold that's just so cool. It's rarer than yellow gold and more eye-catching (we think) than silver and other common metals. Simply put, rose gold makes an imprint, and we're a little obsessed.
But while we're pretty familiar by now with which clothing colors and styles mix well with silver and yellow gold, we're not so sure what the rose gold mandates are. What can you wear it with? What can't you wear it with?
After a little deliberation, here's our verdict: the metal's pink glow can make pairing it with blues and purples feel like a Katy Perry in Candyland imitation. Instead, we prefer the blush-colored metal with warmer tones (military green, rich oranges, chocolatey browns) or crisp whites and blacks, like the combinations below:
Instead of pairing yellow gold bracelets with our summery dresses, we'll opt for rose gold bangles. These perforated ones have a nice little texture.
Pair spiky rose gold rings with a polish that's equally unexpected but pretty, like this murky mint green.
This rose gold and black diamond necklace feels a little fresher than a classic diamond pendant, but it's still understated enough to wear with your busiest blouse.
This one's simple. Mixing a menswear watch with cropped plaid trousers just feels right.
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