If an entire watch crafted out of rose gold seems overwhelming, pick one which features mixed metals. Rose gold and silver complement each other, so you can consider wearing a watch with a link strap that features both metals. Additionally, opt for a matte finish if you feel that a glossy strap attracts too much attention.
For only a hint of rose gold, pick a timepiece that uses this colour sparingly, only to punctuate the design of the watch. Details such as the hands of the watch, the rim of the watch face, the numbers on the dial or even the colour of the dial look great when made using rose gold and help lift an otherwise basic watch.
Should you choose to wear a watch that’s entirely rose gold in colour, be sure to pair it with colours that complement it. Anything that looks too stark when held against the watch is out of the question. Deeper shades of blue, such as that of denim, along with shades of brown look excellent when paired with rose gold.
Written By : Shirley Mistry