Style Syllabus: Luxe Baubles To Replace That Cheesy Class Ring

If you've ever been unfortunate enough to come into contact with the class ring sales booth at school, then you know it's a mess of gilded gaudiness that strangely comes with a shockingly high price tag. Not that we don't love the idea of commemorating four years of hard work with something sparkly, but if you're going to look at it every day, shouldn't your graduation ring make you more happy than nauseous?
Whether Mom and Dad are in the market for a gift or you're just looking to splurge on yourself before it all goes into rent on your future tiny apartment, there are plenty of sophisticated bands out there to lift your spirits and remind you of the good ol' days. From little luxuries to high-end indulgences, we've got everything you need to celebrate your day in style!
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Kara by Kara Ross Opal Cabochon Ring, $190, available at Charm and Chain.
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Pave Pyramid Double Bezel Ring, $110, available at Shopbop.
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Chloé Enameled Brass Ring, $175, available at Net-A-Porter.
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Erica Weiner Natural Unpolished Diamond Ring, $595, available at Erica Weiner.
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Kora Diamond-Accented Ring, $275, available at Saks Fifth Avenue.
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Jennifer Meyer Turquoise Thin Ring, $175, available at Barneys.
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Ginnette Green Onyx Ring, $290, available at Otte.
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