Gold Jewellery

Gold jewellery is making a comeback and this classy style will always look luxurious and beautiful. Whether you wear a gold necklace, a gold charm bracelet or a pair of gold earrings, you are sure to look fantastic.

However, you won’t be able to wear your gold jewellery with just anything and if you wear it with the wrong clothing it might look strange and out of place. If you are wondering what you should wear with gold jewellery – here are some ideas that will help you to coordinate:

Classic Black Never Fails

The timeless companion to gold jewellery is black clothing. Gold has a warm tone which looks elegant and dramatic against something black. For example, a little black dress with a gold necklace and earrings looks sophisticated and stylish. A form fitting black shirt can be offset with a thick gold bangle that will really make a great style impression.

Try Earth Colours

The warm tone of gold jewellery also looks great with earthy hues such as brown, marigold, burnt orange and burgundy. Take your inspiration from the natural colours that the earth boasts in autumn when the leaves start to change colour and the fruits start to ripen.

In fact, gold will look good with anything in the brown colour family. If you are wearing khaki, cream, beige, brown, chocolate, caramel or any other shade of brown then why not pair it with a gold toned piece of jewellery?

Why Not Denim?

Gold jewellery can look simply timeless when paired with a great pair of jeans. For example, dark denim skinny jeans with heels and a lot of yellow or white gold bracelets can be a stylish combination. Denim is quite casual but the gold will dress it up and make it a little more classy and stylish.

Crisp and Elegant White

A well placed piece of gold jewellery can be the perfect complement for a crisp white button down shirt or a minimalist white dress. A soft white blouse can be perfectly accented with a gold pendant or choker. Wearing gold jewellery with a colourful gemstone will give a pop of colour to your white outfit and will be very stylish and flattering.

The good news is that the old fashioned rule that forbids you from wearing white after Labour Day is no longer taken that seriously. It’s acceptable to wear white any time of the year – especially adorable white chunky knit jumpers in the winter. There’s always a way to wear white so that it looks right for the season, so why not wear some beautiful white and pair it with your gold jewellery?


Pair your gold jewellery with leather clothing or jewellery in order to create a bold and contemporary combination of textures. The look can be quite stunning – such as when you blend shiny yellow gold jewellery or white gold with a black leather jacket and leggings for a chic biker look. Or, some beautiful boho jewellery with gold can look really lovely with a hippie style flowered dress.

Bright Tones and Gold?

If you are wearing gold in the summer month, try pairing it with some bright tones such as coral pinks and melon oranges. Simple gold jewellery combined with these colours will look chic and sophisticated yet will still have a fun and laid back beach-inspired vibe. Add a few pieces of jewellery with different sizes and textures and you will give your outfit a casual and bohemian feeling.

Winter Gold and Jewel Tones

When you are wearing gold in the winter, try pairing it with some beautiful jewel tones for a classy and elegant look. You can wear luxurious colours such as navy blue, amethyst, ruby red, sapphire blue, emerald green and magenta. When you are attempting this dramatic winter look your makeup should be equally bold and sophisticated. A light, bare face will look out of place but a sexy red lipstick and a sleekly lined cat eye will look perfect.

The good news is that gold jewellery can be worn with a lot of different outfits, so it’s up to you to experiment and see what suits you best. Fashion is all about trying different combinations and seeing what you can come up with. Be bold, don’t be afraid to try something new and have fun!

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