August 22 2014

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On Our Radar: Pinky Rings


I’m a jewelry girl—and more than any other pieces, giant, chunky cocktail rings are at the top of my list, the bigger, bolder, and more colorful, the better. But after seeing the glut of them over the past few years, the style doesn’t seem as fresh to me as it used to. I’ll never give them up for good, but now I’m feeling the forgotten pinky ring. It’s an unexpected accessory, and as I’ve been adding more classic and neutral pieces to my wardrobe these last few seasons, I’ve found it adds the kick of surprise I’ve been looking for. Last week, I saw a gorgeous collection of diamond-encrusted pinky rings from the Taiwanese designer Cindy Chao. Those’ll be available in September at Bergdorf Goodman, and they’re to die for. But in the meantime, here are a few favorites in stores now, from Bulgari’s classic coin ring to a chic new way to wear your heart on your sleeve—I mean, pinky.

Left to right: Paloma Picasso for Tiffany Double Modern gold ring, $2,250, available at; Ileana Makri pink gold skull ring with diamonds, $3,285, available at; Bulgari coin ring, $4,450, available at

Photos: Courtesy of Bulgari; Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.; Courtesy of Barneys New York



  1. NotMod says:

    Size matters! [pinky ring sizes, that is - rarely offered at all]

  2. robertsonjulien says:

    Wow! I really like these modern rings and the thought that you put into this blog. This topic has been something I have been looking into for a few hours and your post is one of the best I have read.

  3. robertsonjulien says:

    Pretty good pinky rings. I just bookmarked your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts. I agree with most of the questions that you have said and I’m waiting for new posts.Thanks for Posting.

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