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Rose Gold Engagement Rings: Be Still My Pink-Loving Heart

Still swooning over the warm, pinky hues of rose gold? Here’s all you need to know about how it gets that enchanting color and how to rock it. 

Rose Gold Engagement Rings: Be Still My Pink-Loving Heart

Rose gold is a popular choice for brides wanting a subtly romantic bridal look. The metal has been popular for a while now, but rose gold engagement ring options for brides-to-be continue to expand, getting all the more opulent, all the more sophisticated, all the more creative and unique.

Rose gold is technically a combination of yellow gold, copper, and/or silver. Because pure gold is actually a soft metal, it needs to be alloyed with another for durability; the amount of copper added determines which rosy shade you get. So between the various hues and copious styles, there are countless options widely available. Whether you’ve been coveting the metal for a while or just discovering it, read on for tips on buying rose gold engagement rings and other bridal jewelry.

Rose Gold Engagement Rings

Whether you want a classic solitaire, a more modern setting, or a vintage feel, there are beautiful rose gold options for every personal style. Lots of engagement rings now are available in several different metal types.

Tacori, the California-based brand nearly synonymous with bridal jewelry, has stunning rose gold options that are mostly a warm golden hue with just a touch of rosy goodness. The Simply Tacori collection features very of-the-moment styles such as a pear-shaped diamond set horizontally and a lovely three-stone ring featuring smaller diamonds, a beautiful example of the “simple engagement ring” trend.

Rose Gold Wedding Bands

Traditionally, wedding bands matched engagement rings. And that rule is certainly still just fine to abide. However, the mismatch look is also very in at the moment and gives brides way more creative freedom when it comes to wedding bands. Combining a white or yellow gold engagement ring with a rose gold wedding band is a modern, elegant choice. If you want to up the modern factor even more, consider stacking mixed-metal wedding bands for a tri-color look.

The pink sensation isn’t just for brides, either. Supposedly referred to as “bros gold,” rose gold in fact is already a part of men’s classic style repertoire. Pastels have long been a staple in the preppy summer wardrobes (think pink oxford shirts, for example) of men at leisure. Rose gold is just an extension of that. Plus, Noam Carver’s iterations lean a little more silver, offering a very subtle, very handsome hue.

Rose Gold Bridal Jewelry

Rose gold also makes for a beautiful complement to your wedding day look. And top luxury designers are now making ample options for brides and grooms. Consider Hearts on Fire’s strawberry blonde rose gold, which looks stunning whether as an accent on a romantic pair of stud earrings, like the pair from the Liliana collection that boasts platinum and rose gold in a floral motif, or as a stunning necklace, such as the Lorelei, a gorgeous collar inspired by lace.

Explore Rose Gold Bridal Jewelry at Rumanoff’s Fine Jewelry

Come try on and explore gorgeous rose gold engagement rings and more at our Hamden, Connecticut jewelry store. Contact us at 203-230-1199 with any questions—we’re happy to help with any of your jewelry needs. 

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