Pairing different hued metals together is a classic trend—and it never really goes out of style. Rose gold, however, can be a bit tricky to pair up with other metals. If you want to wear a rose gold piece (necklace, ring, or bracelet) with other metal hues, be sure the rose gold is stacked next to a cooler hued metal setting like platinum, silver or white gold. The cooler metals accentuate the flushed warmth of rose gold, however, setting rose gold next to yellow gold may mute the color. For subtle but delicate depth, try a triple pairing of white, silver, and rose gold. While rose gold first bloomed in Russia, the metallic hue has risen to become the color of the fashion world—gracing everything from beauty palettes to technology. Choose rose gold for a jewelry setting that glows with romance, innocence and blushing Brilliance.