1. Photograph, Helene Smith Etsy, $30 | 2. GUESS Sporty Radiance Watch, $115 | 3. Coach Occasion Sequin Framed Large Wristlet, $128 | 4. Bauble Bar Rose Gold Large Monogram, $115 | 5. Belle Leather Bow Slingback, $188 | 6. Max & Chloe Bita Pourtavoosi Double Pyramid Ring, $75 | 7. Judith Jack Rich Reward Ring, $193 | 8. Sydney Evan Rose Gold and Pave Diamond Disc Ring, $3060 | 9. Bauble Bar Rose Gold Name Plate, $88 | 10. Michael Kors Chronograph Watch, $250
First of all, thanks to each and every one of you who has left me a comment on this morning’s post. Your support truly does help me!! I am feeling more positive about the whole thing and like lots of you mentioned, am hopeful that this will turn out better than we could have ever anticipated. Thank you for sending the positive vibes my way, and also, for letting me be real for a second and have a bit of a vent sesh. Because I can’t let a day go by without giving you some pretty, we’ll now dive right back in to our regularly scheduled programming:
I have a huge thing for rose gold. The bling of gold with a fresh, feminine touch? Totally sold. My love affair started when I was browsing in Nordstrom last year and spotted a Michael Kors watch in rose gold with a navy blue face. I mean, do I really need to explain how perfect this is? She’s a beaut, that’s for sure.
Rose gold gets it’s pretty pink hue from the addition of copper to the gold. Wikipedia tells me that the style was quite popular in Russia in the early 1800s, and rose gold used to be called ‘Russian gold.’ Another fun fact: the reason some rose gold looks pinker or redder than others is that it has more copper in it! There is, in fact, no such thing as naturally occurring “pure rose gold.”
Pure or not, I think this shade is perfectly lovely and compliments virtually all skin tones. What do you think? Rose gold lover like me, or do you stick with the traditional yellow?