Say 'I Do' in Style With Catbird's New Rings

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We love the traditions that come along with tying the knot—something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. But come on, it's no secret that every bride-to-be's yearnings tend to focus on that something new, otherwise known as the ring. Of course, we know your tastes run to the unique, which is why we're totally psyched about Catbird's new selection of finger candy, just in at the hip Williamsburg store and on their e-commerce site. The one-of-a-kind jewelry haven has thrown tradition out the door once again—offering blow-your-mind styles that'll have any soon-to-be 'Mrs' falling head-over-heels. Our faves include Elisa Solomon's three flower ring ($1,450) and Bittersweets NY twig aquamarine ring ($1,300). For those who wish to keep some coins in the piggy bank, the Digby & Iona Rope Band ($130) and Yayoi's lacy band ($170) are inexpensive without looking like you won it at a carnival. And even if he doesn't put a ring on it, who says you need a fiance to flaunt some bling.
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Catbird, 219 Bedford Avenue (between North 4th and North 5th streets); 718-599-3457.
Clockwise from top left: Digby & Iona Rope Band, $130; Yayoi Forest Lacy Ring, $170; Willow Ring with White Sapphire, $112; Yayoi Forest Melting Love Ring, $130; Bittersweets NY Twig Ring With Aquamarine, $1,300; J.Lingnau Nickola Ring, $430; all available at Catbird
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