How to wear rose gold this summer on the road
There are a lot of new styles and trends that creep into the shops each season, but one that I just can’t seem to shake off this year is rose gold. Have you noticed? It’s everywhere! And even many female travelers wear it.
It somehow feels classier and more elegant than yellow gold, and yet has a bit more glamour to it that white gold. You can add it to a classic LBD or simply spice up a white cotton dress. It’s nice to be able to add a new dimension to my jewellery too, so I thought I’d put together a quick post on the many ways you can wear rose gold this season.
How to wear rose gold this summer
Layer up on bracelets
I’ve spotted a lot of people layering up on bangles and bracelets and I have to say that I really love this trend. It creates a brilliant affect when you layer different styles and textures together; you could go for a fixed metal bangle, a gemstone beaded bracelet, or a charm bracelet, but all of these will look extra stunning in a rose gold setting. It has a warmth to it that lends well to any summer outfit, and will instantly lift a plain white dress or a bold maxi. And it will definitely look awesome on a tanned body you get while in Bali, Thailand or Mexico 🙂
Go long on necklaces
Similar to bracelets, necklaces are also great for layering, but this time it’s with the lengths and the types of pendant attached. For example, fine jewellery makers ChloBo make a stunning hamsa hand necklace in rose gold, which is the perfect middle length. This is a protective sign, said to bring the wearer happiness, luck, health and good fortune, but it also makes a beautiful addition to any outfit. Then, you can layer a brightly coloured gemstone to it or a charm pendant on a different length to add some fun to a plain top.
Don’t forget your ears
You could always opt for some statement earrings of course, and this means you also get to have fun with your make-up. Rose gold is very glitzy and glamorous, so choose some earrings that have diamantes in for added sparkle, and it will make the perfect evening accessory. Then when it comes to make-up, go for a warm bronze color on your lips and natural eyes with a dash of blush pink eyeshadow to accentuate the color of the metal. Make sure you’re taking proper care of your skin to really make your make-up pop.
Not just for jewellery
Don’t forget though that rose gold doesn’t just stop with jewellery – there are plenty of bags, shoes and garments with rose gold elements to them if you want to include it even more in your fashion. For example, the rose gold bejewelled clutch bag below would complement those bracelets and necklace perfectly.
Are you into the rose gold trend this year? If you have any other fashion tips then I’d love to hear them! Please just leave me a comment in the section below.