The best part about blogging is
not thinking for myself.
|cold picnic painted caves ring|
The best part about blogging is copying others' ideas.
|karen london julius ring|
|the 2 bandits open scarecrow ring|
|wwake stick ring|
|scosha double hammered brass ring|
|hringa leaves ring|
|gina melosi shattered fragments double ring|
One of my favorite bloggers, Abigail of Far and Wild Jewelry, wrote a post yesterday that turned me on . . . to some uncontrollably drool-worthy jewelry brands that I now have to pretend that I knew about prior to reading said post.
|mf jewelry beat beat ekg rings|
|olive wood zebra wood ring|
|giles & brother pied-de-biche double hoof ring|
|tom tom jewelry interlock ring in bronze|
|fay andrada rele ring|
|K/LLER collection brass quadruple v ring|
|gabriela ramirez michel the goddess alcatraz ring|
What IS it about the right rings that can make me feel like I'm a dainty celeb or killer rock star or Disney princess or, etc, etc, etc, etc?
Is it the ability to so clearly see my style choice time and time again - the way I can't say, a pair of earrings or even a (very) nicely-draped tee?
|all for the mountain drip crown ring via creatures of comfort|
|K/LLER collection brass 2 finger stalactite ring|
|c. alexandria mirrored pyramid ring|
|ranaway forest branch ring|
Or is it just the faux-effortlessness that is their existence? So seemingly simple (yet remarkably time consuming) to don individually, they exude this air of luxury without simultaneously connoting any real effort the way that a pair of heels, or a sequence top, or say, a tiara, cannot.
|K/LLER collection brass scolecite crystal ring|
|c. alexandria mountain peak brass ring|
|cold picnic king's canyon ring|
So here are a few rings that I'm pretty sure I can't live without.
Drool away, you babelicious babes.
|aesa rope ring|
|jene despain sugar comb knucklebuster ring|
|made her think wrapped talon knuckle buster ring|