I’m a big fan of rose gold watches but most of my jewelry (and wedding band) are silver toned. What are your thoughts on wearing mixed metals (i.e. rose watch, silver rings/earrings/necklace)?
Love the blog! -Gina
Mixing metals is tricky, but it is possible. The first thing you can two is select the same piece and wear it in multiple tones. This Stella & Dot Renegade bracelet comes in all three metals.
The second way to mix metals is to find one unifying piece that combines multiple metals. This piece, usually a mix of silver and gold, will pull the other pieces together. It needs to be something substantial to do the job well. This Spring Street coil bracelet would do the job nicely. This C. Wonder metal chain link necklace is a lovely choice. Or if you prefer something subtle, this mixed rivet ring is a chic option.
Would you ever wear chocolate brown tights with tortoise pumps?
It depends on the color of the pump. If it’s a darker tortoise, I don’t see why not. Just make sure that the tortoise doesn’t have a too much red or yellow in it, that would throw off the look.
Can you recommend a gold post earring? I’m looking for something really small that costs under-$40. Smaller the better.
Winter weather is really hard on my skin, do you know of a good moisturizing foundation?
Love the blog! Emma
Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer is the best one that I’ve used. You could also try a moisturizing primer, like Smashbox Photoready Hydrating Primer. However, if you don’t want to spend money on something new, just mix equal parts of your foundation and your moisturizer.