I’m not into rings as much as I used to be. When I do wear one, I usually wear it on my ring finger (duh!), index finger, or my middle finger. However, I haven’t worn a ring on my pinky since the 90s when gold rings on a every finger was the ultimate status symbol in school. Therefore, I haven’t worn a pinky ring in almost 20 years, but that might change soon.
I’m noticing that pinky rings are starting to become “a thing” again and I’ve been tempted to embrace it. The first image that may pop in your mind is a big, gold gaudy piece of jewelry that your favorite rapper wears on their pinky. Thankfully, the current wave of pinky rings are more on the small and dainty side, which I’m all about.
Actually, all those midi rings you bought a couple of years can be worn as a pinky ring. If you can’t find your midi ring stash, here are some perfect pinky rings to get into.
In the summer, like most people, my jewelry aesthetic is all about fun print, bright colors, and easy pieces. Therefore, I’m super sprung on every piece of Shourouk jewelry that I’ve seen. I’m obsessed!
Shourouk is a jewelry line that masterfully created fun and trendy statement pieces. With a mix of different materials, techniques, and designs, they are almost like miniature pieces of art that you can wear on your body.
In case you haven’t gotten the hint, I’m super stoked for fall and fall fashion trends. Every season has staple items that should be in your closet and are the four items that every fashionable fall wardrobe needs.
Edgy Denim Jacket – Plus Size Denim Jacket – Oversized Western Jacket
Scarf – Flats – Headband – Tote
Lip & Cheek Stain – Gel Liner – Nail Polish – Lipstick
Chain Necklace – Chain Bracelet – Chain Choker – Chain Cuff
How cute and dope is this Flower Power watch by Mr. Jones.?! On the face of this watch a colorful floral shape appears and disappears – the flower aligning and breaking apart. Upon closer inspection the individual petals of the flower resolve into the shape of guns. I love the unexpectedness.
The watch is available in a signed, numbered edition of 100 pieces, priced £145 (approximately US$200 / Euro 175).
I don’t know why, but spring is usually the time of the year when I begin to gather and wear as many dainty necklaces as possible. So, I’ve started my spring 2014 “collection” with this “Faith” necklace by Tai and I’m in love and can’t wait to add more, including more from Tai.