Rose Gold Jewellery is an under-used accessory colour. Because of this, it is very much a quiet secret.
That’s a shame as Rose Gold can be classic, casual, feminine, stunning or quietly elegant.
At the moment, Rose Gold Jewellery is starting to appear more on the fashion pages.
If you do not have any Rose Gold accessories in your wardrobe, here are a few quick tips to help you make the most of this beautiful shade and some examples to inspire you to start searching.
Does Rose Gold Jewellery Suit Your Skin Type?
In the Australian Image Company Colour Palettes that I sell, Rose Gold is included in every colouring.
Shiny Rose Gold looks best on baby boomer women with Winter or Spring Colouring as it lifts your skin-tone. Softer Rose Gold jewellery will dull you and look dead on your skin. You also look your best when Rose Gold is combined with precious or semi-precious stones that glitter.
Softer Rose Gold looks best on baby boomer women with Summer or Autumn Colouring as it harmonises with your colouring. Shiny Rose Gold jewellery will look as if it is jumping off your skin. You also look your best when Rose Gold is combined with pearls or soft-coloured precious or semi-precious stones.
If you get a compliment like ‘That Rose Gold looks lovely on you’, then it’s your shade.
Rose Gold Jewellery –Stand Alone
Rose Gold by itself makes an elegant statement.
There are plenty of styles to choose from. They range in price point from the cuff on the left from Wallace Bishops which is crafted in stainless steel and plated with Rose Gold at $98 to the Rose Gold plated Kate Spade watch from David Jones at $349 to the simple, elegant, hand crafted 9ct Rose Gold swivel necklet from Wallace Bishops at $5 399.
Rose Gold watches come in a variety of dial shades. This one above creates a harmonising colour. Watches with white or other coloured dials will lift your skin tone.
Rose Gold and Other Metals
Rose Gold when combined with other metals lifts the contrast level and makes your rose gold jewellery stand out more.
Rose Gold and silver or white gold is a popular combination. The top earrings in 9ct white and Rose Gold from Wallace Bishops is an example of this. The bottom earrings are three-tone in yellow, white and Rose Gold, also from Wallace Bishops.
Earrings are the most popular in these metal combinations.
Link – Wallace Bishops
Rose Gold and Pearls
Rose Gold and pearls make a very stylish, elegant pairing. The bottom earrings from Wallace Bishops have a fresh water pearl and a small diamond above it.
For something a bit different and exclusive, the top bracelet is from Von Treskow, a Melbourne based jewellery design company who craft hand-made quality pieces. This is Rose Gold paired with sterling silver beads. It includes an authentic Australian Half-Penny coin.
Rose Gold and Diamonds or Crystals
By far the most popular combination is Rose Gold combined with diamonds or crystals. These will particularly appeal to baby boomer women with Winter or Spring colouring as they give a ‘glitter’ look.
The top two pieces of Rose Gold Jewellery come from Swarovski and are crystals. The top left design – ‘Every’ – can be bought in the same style in a ring, bracelet or more elaborate crystal necklace. The ‘Exist’ style on the right comes in a bracelet, double rings in an infinity shape over your 3rd & 4th fingers, pendant and watch.
The bottom two rings are Rose Gold and Diamond from Wallace Bishops. The one on the left is marketed as an engagement ring and the one on the right is a dress ring.
Rose Gold and Colour
You can also find a great selection of Rose Gold combined with colour.
The watch on the left has a peach leather band. It can also be bought with an interchangeable soft grey leather bad. It comes from ‘the5th’ company which only sells its watches on the 5th of every month for 5 days. For the rest of the month you must register your interest in one of their exclusive products. On the 5th of every month you are sent a secret buying code. Hopefully you can buy one of their limited number available.
The ring on the top from Wallace Bishops is a 9ct Rose Gold Love ring with pink and white cubic zirconias. The Misfit Shine 2 on the bottom is one of three types of Rose Gold activity and sleep monitors available from David Jones. Wear it as part of the Athleisure Trend.
How to Wear Rose Gold Jewellery
As Rose Gold is a skin-tone colour, it falls into the classic or elegant look when kept to Rose Gold only or Rose Gold and pearls. These are background colours. Rose Gold mixed with other colours lifts their profile so that they stand out more.
Where Rose Gold comes to the fore is when it is worn over or with a black, deep or rich colour. (That is why I have added all these graphics to a rich purple background.)
If you haven’t looked at Rose Gold Jewellery before, now is the time to check it out. Type ‘rose gold’ into the search boxes on any jewellery site on the Internet and be surprised and delighted.
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