Rose gold has been around for a while now, hasn't it? But, there's a reason it never goes out of fashion. And here's why:
Rose gold is perfect for the person who thinks that normal gold is 'too much'. It's subtle, feminine and classy. It also pretty much goes with anything - you can wear it with silver, or even gold if you want to. It's also very workable in terms of watch faces. I think I have pretty much seen every colour under the sun for a watch face on rose gold watches.
As you can see below, it also pairs SO well with delicate jewellery such as bracelets and rings. This bracelet and watch combo is one of my favourites this summer - I've had so many compliments each time I have worn it! It's the perfect colour for summer and matches great with a tan - in my opinion, it's the colour of summer 2017.
The watch I'm wearing in this post is the Henry London Shoreditch watch. The casing and strap is rose gold, and complimented by a light pink watch face. It also has a date feature so that you'll never forget the date again. Its also a great size for ladies, as I personally find that ladies watches are either really tiny or massive.
You can buy yours here.
One of the features that I have particularly always liked about Henry London watches, is that you do not need to go to the jewellers to have any links removed in order to be able to wear the watch. It has a simple clasp that you just lift up and slide into place, so that it will fit your wrist perfectly. Saves a lot of hassle!
You also have the option to get yours engraved for £10 extra. Simply choose the engraving option on the website when you add yours to your bag, and then enter the engraving terms at the end. Simples!
It makes the perfect gift for anybody that little bit more special and personal.
Please note that although this is a sponsored post in collaboration with Henry London, all views and opinions in this post are of my own.
23 year old UK fashion, travel and lifestyle blogger and university graduate with honours in BA (Hons) Digital Arts Practice from the University of Greenwich in London.