Friday, 22 January 2016

Rose Gold








Recently I started to LOVE rose gold, there is something so luxurious and special looking about this colour. I've brought some rose gold products to add to my wardrobe. First up my new top which I picked up from Topshop a few weeks ago after seeing it in a few of suzie's videos. Some of the threads used to make this top have a metallic/sparkly touch which I think looks really pretty and can turn a plain top in to something that is a little more exciting and more enjoyable to wear. I have worn this a lot recently with jeans and a pair of boots it's been my go to casual outfit over the past couple of weeks. 

I wanted to get myself a couple of rose gold necklaces, however didn't want to spend too much money just in case in a few months time I decide I no longer want to wear them. I always think it's too much of a risk to invest a lot of money in to a tread before you have tried out a cheaper verison first and know you will get lots of wear out of it. My first stop for fashion jewellery in recent months has been Asos. They are on point when it comes to trend-lead pieces, I picked up these two necklaces and so far I'm super happy with them and think they go perfectly with my new top. Maybe if I get lots of wear out of them I'll save up and buy myself a more expensive piece of rose gold jewellery.

On to the next item, which has small details of rose gold and has to be my favourite item in this post. My new Daniel Wellington watch that my lovely mum got me for Christmas. I already own a nice watch with a white gold bracelet which can be used on more formal occasions.

Do you like rose gold? I'm really pleased with my selection of rose gold pieces as shown above. 

Love
Nicole
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  1. You look so pretty in this post! I love the watch! I have always wanted something like that for myself-I really love the style of them x

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