ITEM OF THE WEEK is a weekly series on Stained Couture that highlights a product we’re currently loving. This week: AUrate Gold Rings.
Yes, this week’s Item of the Week is a non-beauty item. So, you know it has to be good and worth sharing. Anyone who has seen me the past couple of weeks has seen me wearing at least one of these AUrate gold rings. Keep reading to see why these rings, which fit my spring jewelry esthetic, are my new BFFs.
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been obsessing over these AUrate gold rings. I pretty much unapologetic wear them 24/7, because they are easy to wear and forget about. One of the benefits of investing in real gold pieces is not having to worry about waking up to green skin because of fake jewelry. However, buying AUrate jewelry doesn’t feel like a financial investment, because the prices are really affordable.
AUrate handcrafts ethically sourced, high-quality jewelry at affordable prices. When I was first introduced to AUrate, I thought that it was impossible. However, once I finally got a couple of their rings, I knew it was possible. The first AUrate ring I got was one of the gold stackable rings, because I want a super thin gold ring to wear on my thumb. When I received my ring, it was the most perfect thin gold ring and everything that I was wanting. The ring, itself is thin, but not too thin and flimsy AT ALL! It’s the perfect ring to wear alone or to compliment chunkier rings in a ring stack.
After a couple of weeks of falling in love with the thin gold stackable ring; I added the mini circle ring. Although, the mini circle ring is a single solid gold band made of small circles, the circles create a texture. This ring is so versatile, thanks to it’s texture which creates a subtle sparkle.
Ever since I’ve got both of these rings, I’ve been wearing them everyday; switching them around. They look just as great worn individual fingers or paired on the same finger. I think I’m going to try to add three more of the stackable rings. I mean, they’re only $50 a pop. The more; the merrier!