How to Wear Rose Gold Jewellery?
Rose gold, also known as 'pink gold' or 'Russian Gold' is a colour of gold that bears a distinct soft pinkish hue. True rose gold jewellery is made of a mix of pure gold and some percentages of copper and zinc. The more copper there will be, the redder it gets. That's why, there are three popular shades of rose gold - pink, rose, and red.
Looking at its demand in the fine jewellery world, imitation jewellery has also picked up in its production of pieces with rose gold-plated finish. Yes, now you don't have to rob a bank to add a few of these charming pieces of jewellery to your collection.
There are many reasons why this particular finish of gold is all the rage now. It has a vintage aura to it and gives a classy feel to any ensemble. That said, when it is crafted into contemporary designs, it exudes a charming grace and transforms into sleek modern wear. Rose gold also goes extraordinarily well with multitudes of skin tones. And that makes it an incredible choice for Indian skin tones that varies considerably but has an underlying warm tone to them. Rose gold adds a sort of glow to your skin, as it is too a warm colour.
But singing the glory of rose gold jewellery is not our only goal. We want to help you to style it properly so that your fashion possibilities open up manifold.
Due to its colour composition, rose gold brings out the best in several coloured gemstones. Starting with natural diamond-coloured stones, rose gold adds a luxurious touch to the whole display, making the result rich and alluring. Sample this Trillion Halo Solitaire Studs or this Twisted Together Solitaire Jewellery Set. The blush metal hue dazzles the stones and the look is of decadence and opulence. Subdued and elegant and not in-your-face flashy. Other colours of semi-precious gemstones that really team up well with this coloured gold finish are black, blue, and pink.
When mixed with other gold-plated finishes like yellow and white gold, rose gold pairs perfectly while holding out its own. So, layering or stacking becomes a fail-safe option with rose gold jewellery. Stack this Honeycomb Bracelet in the rose gold-plated finish with other tennis bracelets of white or yellow gold colour from our bracelet collection to create wonderful wristwork. Mix and match the Gold Aureole Heart pendant necklace with contrasting gold tones of a Classic Round Solitaire Necklace in white or yellow gold-plated finish.
Pair different coloured outfits with rose gold-plated jewellery to achieve different moods. To channel femininity, pair it with white or cream colour outfits. This heart-shaped Timeless Heart Solitaire Set will be a lovely romantic combination. For a colour pop, wear it with a smoky shade of blue or soft grey. If you aim for a washed-out effect, plan it with a soft pink colour outfit. This dressy hoop from our Spectrum Collection with natural diamond colour emerald cut stones will be a spectacular addition. To appear refined and precious, pair it with a darker more sparkling tone of blue-green, like teal. The muted shade of rose gold makes it a top pick to accentuate your businesswear because to look sharper and sophisticated. While rose gold is a pretty versatile shade that can carry off several ensemble colours, don't wear it with colours like reds, yellows, and oranges because of their furious colour clash. Stick to neutrals and nudes, and rose gold will make you feel like a fashion goddess!
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Coronet Solitaire Studs
Prettiest ear stud which I have never seen before. Design, quality and stone shine is perfect. Highly recommended.