When Katherine Zeta Jones lit up this years Palm Beach Film Fesitval Runway with her dazzling style she wasn't just looking fabulous - she was on spot with the hottest new trend in jewelry: Rose Gold.

In fact, beginning right now and going forward into Fall 2011, rose gold is making a huge fashion comeback. Learning the art of combining them will help you get the look you want without swapping your mortgage payment just to stay on trend!

Rose gold is made primarily by blending copper with gold - and the more rosy the color the more copper it contains. So your first rose gold fashion tip is to pair it with copper jewelry. Be it bracelets, rings, or earrings, inexpensive copper jewelry will set off the glow of a single piece of rose gold jewelry, keeping you in the right color without breaking your budget.

Pair rose gold with turquoise. Nothing, we mean NOTHING looks better than a rose gold watch snuggled up next to a few turquoise bangles. Or choose a pair of fabulous turquoise earrings trimmed in colorado topaz crystals or a turquoise ring to go with your rose gold bracelets. Also seek out the hot new Mosiac Turquoise which blends tiny bits of copper and other earth tones with turquoise for an amazing look with rose gold.

Want to give your rose gold jewelry an even rosier glow ? Pair it with coral, rose quartz or red crystal earrings or bracelets for the ultimate red gold glow.

When mixing rose gold with yellow gold realize that they both come in many different shades. To get the best blend look for either antique gold (with a darker hue) or a green gold . Both will set off the glow of rose gold and make it stand out . If your gold is too "yellow" your rose gold will fade into the background and won't even be noticed.

When pairing rose gold with silver search out a soft, muted antique silver as opposed to a bright silver. Again, you want the rose gold to come center stage so don't outshine it with a bright silver.

When purchasing rose gold remember there is no such thing as "pure" rose gold - so don't fall for that sales pitch! Since it's an alloy blended with yellow gold, you can never have "pure"rose gold.

The rosier your rose gold the more copper it contains - so the price should actually be lower, not higher. The most common formulation for "red gold"- that really rosy color - is 50% gold and 50% copper. If your rose gold has a yellow tinge then it likely contains up to 15% zinc.

Crown gold is the most expensive form of rose gold, which is 22 karat. It is usually made of 25% copper and 75% gold. 18 karat rose gold is made of 21% copper, 4% silver, and 75% gold, so it pairs best with silver jewelry.

Rose gold on a budget: Go for 10 kt rose gold ! Because it contains far less gold it is much cheaper - but the beauty of it is, it contains the same replica watches amount of copper, so the rose gold look is very similar! You can also go for Rose Gold plating - but try to find it over brass and not silver. It gives a warmer, more natural looking rose gold patina.

Bring out your rose gold look with copper color accessories - such as bags, belts and shoes. This will play up the rosy look of your gold and give more punch to Breitling Watches your outfit.


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