When rose gold burst on the scene a few years ago, everyone (myself included) went nuts for the warm, peachy metallic that seemed to compliment every color palette, every décor scheme, and every skin tone. But when it came to selecting a valuable, lifelong investment piece like your engagement ring, perhaps you wondered if rose gold jewelry was too trendy—was this look just a pink flash in the pan, so to speak? Would rose gold engagement rings look dated immediately?
Well, many seasons later in the fashion trend life cycle, it seems as though rose gold is here to stay. And I’m all for it. Rose gold engagement rings are just a little bit extra: a bit more feminine, a bit more distinctive, a bit more eye-catching. It’s almost a visual hybrid of the other, more ubiquitous metals: take yellow gold, mix it with copper, add in just a touch of silver’s cool-blue undertone, and voilà! The resulting finish has a luxurious yet unique vibe that is perfect for a feminine-meets-glamorous-meets-boho kind of bride.
Still on the fence about going for rose gold? I’ve rounded up some stunning examples of rose gold engagement rings to convince you of their versatility and style staying power—click through the slideshow below and tap into your rosé all day state of mind.
Convinced yet that rose gold engagement rings are just as timeless and stunning as platinum or yellow gold? If you need *just* a bit more convincing of rose gold’s usability, check out the below examples where rose gold was used not just for engagement rings, but for coordinating wedding bands and even men’s weddings bands.
Like the cross-hatched rose gold wedding band demonstrates above, rose gold is not just for the ladies. So when heading to your local jeweler to pick out your engagement or wedding rings, throw some rose-colored glasses in your bag and get pretty in pink.