Top Rules to Consider for Wearing Rings

Rings are an all time essential accessory for fashion enthusiasts. All jewellery lovers must have a good variety of rings in their collection. However, it’s not enough to simply have a wide range of rings, but it’s also important to know when to don which ring and how best to pair them. Rings are worn in all sorts of ways, for all kinds of occasions and for a whole lot of reasons.

Here are the top rules to consider for wearing different types of rings for girls:

1. Gold Ring

Gold Ring

The top rule associated with gold rings is to pair  them with other gold jewellery. And gold jewellery in general is a great pick when looking to style formals, especially in pastel colours. This Logo Ring from JTL’s Pure Collection is an elegant and versatile gold ring that you could pair with just about any  gold accessory in your collection.

2. Solitaire Ring

Solitaire Ring

Solitaire rings are known for the single, gorgeous stone – often, a diamond – in a bezel or prong setting. These magnificent rings are a popular choice for engagement rings but that doesn’t imply that they are exclusively to be worn as a symbol of engagement. Don’t hesitate to accessorize a good solitaire ring with an elegant evening gown – think long, sleeveless or strapless dress paired with a singular string of diamonds around the neck.

3. Stack Rings

Stack Rings

The ever so trendy stack rings have one important rule: be sure to have fun with them! Buy a ready set or mix and match from your existing collection – stackable rings have so many possibilities. If you are seeking inspiration then don’t miss out on the variety of stack rings at Jewel Tree London.

4. Geometric Rings

Geometric Rings

Add a cool edge to your regular casual outfit with the addition of a sleek geometric ring. Geometric rings,  such as the Original Icon Ring from Jewel Tree London, are ideal for a contemporary style statement and something you can wear on a daily basis.

5. Handmade Rings

Handmade Rings

Handmade rings make for a unique and stylistic accessory, allowing you to choose from distinctive designs that you are unlikely to find in mass produced jewellery. The Forest Leaf Ring from JTL’s Forest Collection is a beautiful example of the charisma of a handcrafted ring. Made from hammered metal, this ring is available in both silver finish as well as 18ct gold vermeil finish – allowing you to pair it with a variety of other jewellery and outfits.

6. The Bling Ring

The Bling Ring

Bling rings are ideally paired with a little black dress for an elegant gala or a grand party. However, don’t wait around for someone to throw a big bash just so you can glam it up and wear that expensive ring you splurged on a while ago. Allow the bling ring to breathe a little and break it out for a cozy dinner date with your partner.

7. Birthstone Ring

Birthstone Ring

Gemstones are associated with a plethora of spiritual and healing properties, and the most ideal way to harness these energies into your life is to identify your birthstone and include it in your life. Birthstone rings, such as the Urban Bar Ring from Jewel Tree London’s Urban Collection, can not only be worn everyday but are super easy to pair with all kinds of outfits.

8. Double Ring

Double Ring

If you have never worn a double ring before, you might be a bit reluctant to add them to your style statement and even more confused as to how best to wear them. Double rings with a sleek and elegant design such as the Pure Double Ring from Jewel Tree London, are in fact quite easy to include in your everyday style. Pair them with one other bold ring and other matching jewellery in gold or silver, and the double ring will fit in naturally. Don’t try to stack these on though as they might end up restricting your finger movement.

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