Yellow Gold vs. Rose Gold vs White Gold
Today’s jewelry lovers have access to an astounding variety of metals in varying colors. Need advise on selecting a color? Read on.
Chances are, if you love classic looks, then you love yellow gold jewelry. Yellow gold doesn't rust, tarnish or corrode, and it won't lose its color over time. Yellow gold most closely resembles pure gold due to it being a mixture of silver, copper, and zinc. It’s a flattering hue for many people, and also easy to resize. Smart consumers love it because yellow gold will always be popular and maintain its value.
White gold is also a beautiful, precious metal option. It has the same appearance as platinum and silver, but has a more affordable price than platinum and is much more hard-wearing than silver. White gold is typically a result of some combination of gold with nickel, palladium, and silver. White gold's clean white sheen is perfect for accentuating the sparkle and brilliance of your diamond.
Rose gold has made a large fashion comeback! What is it actually made of? Rose gold’s metal alloys contains copper, which causes that blushy hue we know and love so much. Other benefits? Rose gold is long-lasting. As such, rose gold doesn’t require much upkeep to keep it in great condition with the exception of inevitable scratches in the long run. Does rose gold tarnish? Not easily hence less re-plating is necessary. Rose gold tends to be more durable than white or yellow gold, and the price is entirely reasonable. Yeeeeepeee!
To put it plainly, you can never have enough gold! Various occasions call for various styles. Here’s a great tip, In the event that you need to give your classic fine gems another twist, have a go at mixing silver and gold. You may think it’s breaking the rules, but the rules are evolving! Alongside not wearing white in winter, sequins are for night and no socks with sandals. Ditch the old school irrelevant rules of fashion. It's fun and energizing to stir up your closet. Anyway, why not stir up your adornments? Go from "matchy-matchy" to a la mode and new. Puffer coats with maxi skirts, costume jewelry with an Oxford shirt, obliterated vintage pants with a designer silk blouse—there are no “guidelines" aside from what looks and feels great to you. It's a good thing we've never been rule followers!