Gemporia Rose Gold Ring Review

 Hey Lovelies,

This post is a part of a two part review of this lovely Mawi Kunzite Rose Gold Ring* (£44) which Gemporia kindly sent me to review and style! This post is a review about the quality, style and fit, and the next post, up next weekend, will be what outfits I style this with.

I know a lot of people love rose gold, and it's my favourite colour of jewellery. I can find plain gold has a tendency to look a bit cheap if the product isn't made well, and silver can be a little hit and miss. However, rose gold looks more delicate and expensive, no matter how much you pay for it. 
  


The stone in this is1.03ct from Afghanistan, and is a gorgeous lilac shade. I picked this style as I think both colours compliment each other well. This ring can be worn well on it's own, but I wear it on my right hand due to it looking a tad like an engagement ring...


 Here I've paired it with an Otis Jaxon Knot ring and a plain rose gold midi ring. I don't own a lot of rose gold jewellery, but it isn't like other metals that I believe should be stacked up a lot on your hands, as I said, they seem delicate.


 I also love pairing them with a few gold band rings from H&M. It adds a simple pop of a colour to the rest of the gold bands, makes the look more expensive looking. I love mixing it with both normal rings and midi rings.


Finally, the addition of a complimentary nail polish (this is Princess by Barry M), a rose gold watch (Fossil) and a pink and rose gold bag (New Look) really makes this ring look super expensive and classy. For £44, you get fabulous quality for such a low price. I had to switch the size of my ring due to finger swelling (from an unknown illness still) and the delivery was really quick. The ring comes in a little white pouch to keep it safe.

You cannot fault Gemporia's customer service, they're lovely to talk to and can quickly answer any queries! I cannot fault the company, nor the ring. I'm genuinely impressed with the quality, cut of the gem and the fit of the ring.

Stay tuned for part 2 where I style this ring with some Autumnal outfits.

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