dripping in gold

My jewellery collection is equally divided into silver and gold sections, which can make mixing and matching jewellery difficult at times. For a while I avoided gold for fear of it being too 'old' (don't ask me why, sometimes my brain makes up stupid rules for no reason).  Recently, however, I've realised that I am very much a gold person. It also seems to be everywhere at the moment, and not just limited to jewellery. To prove to myself that gold isn't necessarily 'old', these are a few fun and unconventional ways I'd want to work this metallic shade. That gold Diana Mini camera needs to get in my life right now.

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  1. delicious! i'm especially fond of the collars <3

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  2. I love that crayon and ring! Metallics are always beautiful xx

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    1. The ring is a beauty! I have one kind of similar and wear it to death.

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  3. I'm the exact opposite of you. I'm definitely more of a gold girl, and tend to avoid silver, so all of the above is just perfect. The brogue-style shoes are definitely my favourite x

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    1. I am desperately on the hunt for a pair of (affordable) metallic lace ups. So lustworthy! haha

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  4. ah gorgeous, love the gold Diana! I always used to think gold was for old people, maybe because my grandmother only wore that x

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    1. Phew! Glad to know I'm not the only one who thought that. Definitely a lot more of the classic styles of jewellery are crafted in gold - maybe that's why.

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  5. The clutch it to die for - love its structure! And I'm a big gold fan (although I primarily wear silver), it definitely has the ability to warm up an outfit (and I loveee gold make-up!).

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    1. Agreed - I also think it's much more flattering for my skin tone so I'm all for embracing gold now haha.

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  6. My jewellery is definitely a mix, too. i love gold for costume jewellery but I am definitely a platinum and silver girl for classic pieces like diamond earrings or engagement rings! love the pieces you have curated x

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    1. Ah I'm the opposite - most of my classic pieces are gold and more contemporary ones are silver.

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  7. Nice blog! I follow you with Google and Bloglovin! XX

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  8. I've only just managed to get that Flight Facilities song out of my head and now its back ahaha.

    I'm definitely more of a silver jewellery girl - it just looks nicer against my skin - but I would not say no to those gold collars. So. amazing.

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    1. Hahaha I had that song in my head while making this post. Was tempted to embed it in too hahaha.

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  9. I considered myself a "silver" girl for the longest time too! but a little more than a couple of years ago I became a "gold" girl. I wonder what changed. now all my jewelry are "gold."

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  10. Sweet picks, Soph. That Diana camera is too cute. I can definitely relate to that avoidance of gold when I was younger but now I love both silver and gold too. It makes for a real headache when jewelry comes in both tones and I can only afford one of them though. :(

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    1. I have about 3 different kinds of Diana Minis I want to buy... but I already have the original black and blue one. Trying to justify owning more than one is proving a bit difficult haha

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  11. Hey Soph! I was MIA from the interwebs for months, but now I'm back and I literally went back an entire year on your blog. Can't believe how much I missed. Your blogs is one of my favorites, fo real! :) So glad you had such an incredible summer last year, traveling and whatnot. Love all these gold products. I really WANT a gold Leica. But I'd "settle" for a gold Diana mini, since Leicas are incredibly expensive, haha. Hope you're well! <3

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