Traditional gold goes pink
Traditional gold goes pink photos by Robin May
There are strong opinions about mixing gold and silver. (We say never fear an unexpected mix.) But a new hue has entered the fray that flatters nearly every complexion and proves that all that glitters is not gold. Rose gold, warm and feminine, is cropping up in accessories from chunky watches to delicate rings. The perfect accompaniment to your existing gold or silver. (Or, if you dare, both.)
A shimmering cross in gun metal is a contrast to the rose gold setting and chain. From Paul's Jewelry, ($2,495).
A contrasting London blue topaz by Pomellato from kiki ($2,250) has a subtle rose gold band. An easy way to bring rose gold into the fray of your jewels.
A modern watch by Michael Kors sees the world through rose-colored glasses. From Knotting Hill ($180).
For a statement piece in rose gold, try a large cuff like this Roberto Coin creation. From Lee Michaels ($1,400).
This Mastini collection features sunken pavé chocolate diamonds surrounded by white diamonds in a free-form rose gold setting. From A-Bryan's (earrings $2,695; pendant $2,200).