February’s top trend: Rose gold

Generally, people fall into one of two camps: they either love silver or gold when it comes to jewellery. However, there is a middle way that can create great looks no matter what your style: rose gold.

This metal tone offers a warm look without being as bright as yellow gold, which means it will suit all skin tones and work well for those who usually favour silver finishes.

While rose gold has been around for a while, it isn’t worn as often as other metal tones. Until this month, that is, as this mental is a must-have as we creep closer to spring.

So how do you wear rose gold jewellery? Here are some of our top tips:

Team similar tones

To really make the beautiful pink shade of rose gold stand out, it is a great idea to team it with similar colours when it comes to gemstones and embellishments.

This will highlight the tone and help to make a statement, even if you’re keeping your style simple.

The pink shades used throughout this Tanzanian Sun Stone and White Topaz Bracelet are perfect for pairing with rose gold and will create a really beautiful look that is ideal for spring.

Keep it simple

You can also showcase your rose gold jewellery by choosing simple pieces that will catch the light.

Subtle embellishments work just as well as intricate styles, so opt for pieces like this Rachel Galley Rose Gold Overlay Fallen Leaf Bangle.

It features a small leaf design with textured elements that help the gold to catch the light and draw the eye.

Go for detail

If you do want to wear something with a bit more detail to it, it is a good idea to opt for repetitive patterns. This will keep the style quite simple but still include a lot of texture and make a statement.

Our Rose Gold Overlay Pendant with Chain is a lovely piece that features simple shapes to create heavy detail.

The texture works as an embellishment so you don’t need gemstones, as it will still stand out.

However you choose to wear rose gold this season, shop Rose Gold¬†TJC’s collection here to find your perfect pieces.

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