We love the warm glow of rose gold. It dresses up or down with ease, and looks incredible with any skin tone. In terms of popularity, rose gold is definitely having a moment!

Famed jewelry designer Cartier put rose gold on the map with the release of the Trinity wedding band  in the late 1920′s. Made of three intertwining bands of rose, white and yellow gold, the ring was a public sensation. French artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau added fuel to the flame by wearing two of the rings on his pinkie. 

Rose gold briefly stepped out of the spotlight when the minimalist looks of the 1990′s and early 2000′s took center stage. In recent years, however, it has returned stronger than ever. We love the vintage feel of our rose and diamond charms, and the metal looks incredibly fresh and contemporary when paired with grey. 

It doesn’t get much better than vintage-inspired style with modern wearability. Try adding a touch of rose to your own wardrobe with our watches or jewelry!

(Image Credit for photo Jean Cocteau)