I’m usually a minimalist when it comes to rings, but I’ve fallen hard for the wear-every-ring-you-own-at-the-same-time fad that's been going on. I find that it works best to pick one statement ring and mix it with slim bands and other simple designs, like dainty knots and small shapes.
Here, I begin with an antique family jewel ring (a gift from my favorite aunts) and I added four super-slim distressed bands as midi rings, which are worn between the knuckle and the nail.
On my middle finger I paired a hammered band with a peak ring right below the knuckle, and a pretty infinity ring on my thumb. To layer your rings without buying a bunch of news ones, you can use rings that you wear for certain fingers as midi or knuckle rings. For example, I wore a sideways cross ring, which I usually wear on my ring finger, but it fit perfectly as a midi ring on my index. What do you think? Care to try out the new way to layer for spring?
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Modern Chromatic super slim band rings, $9, available at Modern Chromatic. Gunnard 14K gold-filled peak and hammered rings, $46, available at ANTHOM; Gold-plated sideways cross, $30, & Infinity band, $26, both available at She’s Unique, 205 King Street; 703-836-8863.
Photo: Courtesy of Marshall Johnson.