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The jewelry debate: Gold or silver?

When it comes to building your jewelry aesthetic, the first question is always: Do I go for gold or silver? While some have strong opinions on which metal they’re loyal to, we have some tips for those still torn on how to pick the right tone for you.

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The jewelry debate: Gold or silver?

When it comes to building your jewelry aesthetic, the first question is always: Do I go for gold or silver? While some have strong opinions on which metal they’re loyal to, we have some tips for those still torn on how to pick the right tone for you.

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The jewelry debate: Gold or silver?

When it comes to building your jewelry aesthetic, the first question is always: Do I go for gold or silver? While some have strong opinions on which metal they’re loyal to, we have some tips for those still torn on how to pick the right tone for you.

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Cool tones

Those with cool complexions—think blue or pink undertones—should lean toward sterling silver and white gold. The Gild’s layered hoops and Kinraden’s sculptural earrings give major minimalist vibes, whereas EÉRA’s signature earrings reflect an edgier aesthetic. For more impact, add pops of color with Anabela Chan’s gemstone-centric designs.

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Gold

Complement warmer complexions with gold creations that harmonize with yellow, golden or peach undertones. Go for the elegant simplicity of Zoe Lev or Atelier Paulin’s artistic designs, or explore Sara Weinstock’s Lucia Collection, as well as her diamond-encrusted Dujour pieces. For tactile, avant-garde appeal, look to Moritz Glik’s innovative shaker designs.

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Rose gold

Not sold on silver or gold? Go rogue with rose gold styles that create an inherently feminine feel. Radiate romance in Goshwara’s pink and purple picks, or take a pared-back approach with understated pieces from Marie Mas.

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Mix and match

Can’t commit to one metal? Embrace intentional mixing with two-tone pieces like Spinelli’s Kilcollin’s linked creations or Milamore’s two-tone pieces, or stack delicate rings, necklaces and bracelets from Yvonne Léon for a multi-dimensional effect.

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Mix and match

Can’t commit to one metal? Embrace intentional mixing with two-tone pieces like Spinelli’s Kilcollin’s linked creations or Milamore’s two-tone pieces, or stack delicate rings, necklaces and bracelets from Yvonne Léon for a multi-dimensional effect.

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