More from my bling wardrobe ♥ Despite being white/colourless, they have a very important place in my collection - it's quite a challenge to find affordable blingy rings in all the colours of the rainbow, and these "neutrals" are exceptionally versatile in that they go with just about anything, and look ritzy-ditzy when I'm wearing black, white or grey. This first one is my latest acquisition, from Angus & Coote. It was WAY over my budget, but just happened to be in the window with a half-price ticket attached ($49.95) - score! My camera doesn't do it justice at all - it's the most flashy ring I've ever owned, and just this side of OTT lol...
This little gem is from Goldmark - it was in the front display for 3 weeks looking lonely and unloved, and for $19.95, I figured it was meant for me. The triangular shape makes a refreshing change from the traditional round or square, and it's interesting how different it looks when I wear it with the point facing down...
And lastly here's a freshwater pearl, also from Goldmark - doesn't technically qualify as bling, but it does have some pretty sparklers either side. My Mum gave me her pearl ring almost 30 years ago, but it was stolen when I was burgled shortly afterwards, and as I wasn't insured, I didn't ever replace it. Understandably I've wanted another one ever since, and while this isn't anywhere near as stunning as Mama's Mikimoto, and there's no sentiment attached of course, but it does have the most beautiful lustre, and it's a perfect sphere. Reduced from $69 down to $29, well now, how could I resist?
I do so love rings, and never EVER leave the house with naked fingers (or bare ear lobes for that matter). The best thing about bling is that it's wearable with party outfits, office clobber AND jeans - there simply aren't any rules ♥
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Take care of you,