Hey ho, fellow mermaid-ites. (WOT?!) I meant to write up a review post for you all today and some more for the rest of the week featuring my foundation products but I'm just not feeling it! Do you ever have one of those days (or couple of weeks to be honest, haha) when the only thing that seems appealing is laying in bed with Netflix? I've been having that kind of week! So I think I'll just save the foundation posts for next week and instead step away from the make up bits and share some of my favorite jewelry with you all! I'd never been a ring person until college started and now I just can't get enough! I love small, understated, and dainty rings. I want them to catch your eye and add some sass to my fingers without having to be the size of my hand! As of today these are the three rings that I wear on my fingers every single day. I call them my 'discombobulated finger decorations' because 'rings' sounds too boring and discombobulated because I've managed to mix gold, silver, and rose gold across my fingers. Usually I wear silver rings and wouldn't be a fan of having all these different colors on at the same time but somehow these all seem to work. All three are very different, but very me, and I guess that's why they don't draw the wrong kind of attention, like "girl, did you dress your fingers in the dark?!"
The gold ring with the (fake or real? I have no idea) emerald in the center was a ring that was, I think, given to my mom by my dad and then too me. I've had it for a while now but just recently started wearing it more. It goes on the pointer finger of my left hand because there are too many on my right hand, haha. It fits nicely on my ring finger but as I'm not married or engaged I feel strange putting rings, especially this shiny, on that finger. The celtic ring is one that's near and dear to me, so much so that I've bought it twice and it wasn't cheap! After starting college my friend and I went to the Holiday Market in Union Square which had a celtic jewelry booth. We both saw this ring and fell in love that we almost fought to the death for it until the nice lady working the booth said she had one more. In true Cinderella story fashion each ring fit our fingers perfectly and then we parted with *cough* $35 *cough*. I ended up losing mine, SOMEHOW, during last summer. I got very frustrated and wanted to be mad at the world because that was maybe the coolest and nicest (not to mention expensive) ring I purchased. So when the Holiday Market came back again this past winter I scavenged every. single. booth. to find my beloved ring. I couldn't find it, at all, until I went to the waffle booth with my sister and there it was. Hidden away behind waffles and speculoos (delicious graham cracker cookie butter spread, MMM) was the celtic booth and I almost gave the same nice lady a heart attack running over and squaking. I parted with another *cough* $35 *cough* but hey, it's a ring that meant a lot to me! The final ring is a recent buy that's also a knuckle (or midi) ring. I love knuckle rings. There's just something so sassy and badass about them! I feel like I can tackle the world when I have one on. If I have two on, watch out because my confidence will be through the roof. Why, I have no idea!? I found this rose gold ring with a itty bitty heart on it at Brandy Melville. It was $3 which I thought was a steal esp. at Brandy Melville where everything costs an arm and an appendix. It's cute and subtle, which is everything I'd want a ring to be! You'll never catch me without all three or at least one of them on whilst walking out and about!
What's your favorite type of ring? If you're a fan of dainty type rings let me know where you've gotten them! I'd love to have more discombobulated finger decorations!