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The Rise of Rose Gold: A New Classic

Why the rose gold trend isn't going anywhere.
Alexa Sanford
Ring: Alexander Sparks

Although rose gold engagement rings have been trending in the wedding industry for the past few years, the true rise of rose gold was really in the 1920s. The 1920s were a decade where women began to have new standards of behavior and style. Jewelers and designers of this era started to incorporate rose gold into their jewelery designs to appeal to this new way of thinking and design. When Cartier released the Trinity Ring in 1924, the demand for rose gold sky rocketed. 

When we think of trends, we often think of jewelery or clothing items that are here one day and gone just as fast. Many people think that rose gold is one of those quick fading trends, but what most people don't realize is that it has been trending for the past century.  Because of it's rich history, feminitity, elegance, and timelessness, we don't think that the rose gold engagement ring trend will be going anywhere fast. That's why we've rounded up our favorite rose gold engagement rings to inspire you to take a closer look at this "new" classic style!

Ring: Alchemy Jeweler, Erika Winters
Ring: Blue Nile Diamond, Erika Winters
Ring: Kate Szabone Jewelry
Photo Via: The Mrs Box, Photography: Dennis Roy Coronel,
Ring: Alexander Sparks

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