Last weekend, I was browsing some boutiques in Portland when I stumbled across a rhinestone panda ring. Obviously I took a picture and sent it to Jessica (premiere lover of pandas), lamenting that I wanted to buy it for her but it was $35. Her response? “No price is too high for a panda ring!” That may be true, but I found this one online for $7, which is even better. Right, Jess? [$6.99, Tilly's]
We love statement jewelry, and J.Crew’s Crystal Cluster Ring holds about as much bling as one finger can handle. The eye-catching glass crystal gems will match everything in your closet, making this ring a must-have. And, after checking out the price tag, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to jewelry heaven.
It’s all about the 3-D, baby! These rings have got loads of wow-factor, for zero karats. Choose between a beer pouring (above) or gravy boats, a tea cup, sushi and chopsticks, and more—all curiously perched atop your ring finger! Could it be the perfect gift for that pesky, never-have-something-good “Secret Santa” situation? [Trendhunter] Keep reading »
The heyday of Studio 54 and gold lamé may be over, but just because people are no longer grooving in bell bottoms doesn’t mean disco has officially left the building. This Kenneth Jay Lane disco ball cocktail ring is all the confirmation you need that the spirit and style of disco is alive and kicking. This statement ring not only screams of fabulous, but of fun and funky as well. Get your boogie on for an updated “Saturday Night Fever” moment or an extremely fashionable trip to the supermarket. [$48, Kenneth Jay Lane, BlueFly] Keep reading »
Wearing a cocktail ring is the perfect way to add glamour and drama to an evening outfit, but you can also show personality with this jewelry staple. Keep reading »