Style Guide: How to Wear Rose Gold Jewelry

by Maddie Flowers

Mix and Match Your Metals

You may think of mixing your metals as a serious faux pa, but we are here to tell you it's not! In fact, it's one of the trendiest looks you can achieve. So, how do you get this look? Let's start with your favorite piece of rose gold jewelry, in our case it will be a bangle bracelet. Now, layer that bracelet with a yellow gold or white gold ring on any other finger. We do suggest sticking with two metals here to keep it simple, so we will go with rose gold and white gold. Let's add a rose gold bracelet and a white gold necklace. Now you have a perfectly layered and mix matched look.

Brillante Bangle Bracelet

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18K Gold and Diamond Pois Moi Luna Ring

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Set of 4 Bangle Bracelets

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18K Gold and Diamond Pois Moi Luna Ring

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Pair With Colored Stones

Rose gold is special because it pairs well with all types of gemstones, making it extremely versatile. When rose gold is set with gemstones, it tends to a have vintage feel, which we believe makes the jewelry that more special! We suggest getting out of your comfort zone and trying more colorful gemstones for a bold look. If your style is more reserved, we suggest morganite, which will give you a perfectly pink look!

Watercolor Collar Necklace

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Blue Zircon Brilliant Drop Earrings

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Amethyst and Ruby Florentine Ring

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Pink Garnet and Champagne Diamond Drop Earrings

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Layer, Layer, Layer

At Shreve & Co., we love to layer! It also just so happens to be one of the hottest trends and super easy to style. We suggest layering different lengths of necklaces, stacking rings, and mix matching cuffs, tennis bracelets, and more. The more you layer, the more dramatic the look.

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