Thursday, 5 January 2017


Yes lovelies, even gold is allowed to blush every now and then, and it does so with Rose Gold! 

Rose Gold has a warm, pink hue that is also known to some as pink gold, red gold or blush gold. Storytime: When I first started decorating my apartment I wanted the decor to be strictly black, white and silver. This was going great until Rose Gold appeared on the trendsphere, which was very exciting and upsetting at the same time because I had to replace the silver in my black, white and silver, with Rose Gold. So far I have half of my ornaments  in silver and the other half in Rose Gold, it all looks like an extremely indecisive person lives in my apartment at present...  Hopefully, in time, I will be able to completely wipe out the silver and will infuse the dainty, darling and just all around lovely Rose Gold hue into my decor.

I know for a fact that in time, I will get sick of pinky hues (this is in reference to the popularity of pink clothing items in my wardrobe at present), which makes Rose Gold more appealing. Simply because Rose Gold has more of a coppery look to it, which decreases the emphasis of the pinkiness of the colour; meaning that it won't be too much as time goes by.

My current iPhone is white, so this Rose Gold Metal Case covers my phone completely and looks amazing (I just thought I'd mention that little detail so that you can have a rough idea of how good these cases are #thankmelater). 

I would just like to point out that Pantone's colour of the year for 2016 was Rose Gold (good shout out Pantone!). The colour of the year for 2017 is 'Greenery' - I think it's safe to say that I won't been switching from Rose Gold to Greenery decor wise in the upcoming year.


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