30 Non-Traditional Ways to Put a Ring On It
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30 Non-Traditional Ways to Put a Ring On It

There’s nothing wrong with you and your boo being commitment free, but that doesn’t mean that he can’t still put a ring on it! Come on, a girl likes her accessories.

And even if you’re single or are already rocking a diamond, what’s wrong with a little extra bling on those pretty little fingers? So for all the ladies out there reading this, pay attention! Any time is a good time to treat yourself to some new, well-designed jewels.

1. Rainbow Marcasite Ring ($85): This chunky banded ring boasts eye-catching iridescent crystals that turn different colors at almost every angle. It’s the perfect mix of rugged stone and polished metal.

2. Heart Diamond Charm Ring ($115): The gem cut details in this gold vermeil heart make it a cool kind of cute. We’re nuts about the two-tone metal finish.

3. Faris Wrap Ring in Silver ($65): This double wrap ring is super chic. The slick silver number would look elegant on its own or stacked with similarly dainty bands.

4. Purple Dome Ring ($36): Every girl needs a go-to cocktail ring—make this lavender dome ring the one. It’s the perfect pick me up for everyday office attire or a great addition to semi-formal swag.

5. Honeycomb Ring ($18): A honeycomb patterned ring for your honey? DUH! Let her know who’s queen bee.

6. The Something Blue Ring ($560): We’re flat out hypnotized by this sparkling gemstone ring. It’s quite a splurge, so maybe negotiate a V-Day/B-Day/X-Mas combo gift?

7. Wrap Arrow Ring ($10): Scared Cupid won’t strike this year? Seal the deal with this arrow wrap ring.

8. Winifred Grace 19MM Domed Ring ($140): This ring strikes the perfect balance between bold costume jewelry and high end adornment, making it insanely wearable for any occasion.

9. Trikona Ring Small ($145): And you thought you’d never be Royyy-allls. This pronged band is cast from a 3D print, which makes it even more covtable.

10. Axis No 1 ($395): Here’s another serious stunner cast from a 3D print. The masterful design of this fluid arch ring makes this piece modern and timeless all at once. We promise the rest of the collection is just as jaw-dropping.

11. Jade Mellor Malachite Facet Ring No.2 ($105):  If size matters, go for this jumbo jade-colored ring carved from gorgeous Malachite-patterned resin. What a show stopper!

12. Moonshine Ring ($79): Love her to the moon and back? Prove it with this crescent charm ring. Don’t worry, it’s totally Brit-approved—we’re currently showcasing Salty Fox Jewelry at Brit + Co SF right now!

13. Kate Spade Scallop Ring ($38): How could you not fall madly in love with this red scalloped ring? It would make the cutest stacking band with other enamel plated rings.

14. Brass Zodiac Cuff Ring ($42): The stars totally aligned when this ring met your finger. The simple circular cuts make these constellation patterns look super modern.

15. Mae Ring Katie Diamond Jewelry ($350): These color blocked gemstones are so swoon-worthy. Would it be too much to wear both rings on the same hand? ;)

16. Sweet Nothings Ring ($32): We’re nuts about this take on a classic pearl ring, etched with a message sure to please its recipient.

17. Carnelian Gemstone Ring ($60): You know we’re suckers for a pop of color, and this gemstone ring gives us just that. For less than $100, it’s a stylish steal.

18. Fraser Hamilton Carved Gem Ring ($230): Not into glossy gemstones, but love their geo cuts? This faceted gold plated ring is for you! Plus, it still has a natural feel with its roughly carved band.

19. Monogram Midi Ring ($18): Stylish babes, listen up: now you can get your very own monogrammed midi ring! How cool is that? We love the wild cursive letters that make up this trendy piece.

20. Silver 1-Layer Center Ring ($110): The gang at Nervous System have nearly perfected the cellular-chic look—this 3D printed ring proves that much. This skeletal band is also available in gold and platinum by special order.

21. Stone Gold Bar ($90): Made by yet another Brit + Co SF-featured artisan, Porcelain and Stone, this gold speckled ceramic bar ring is fit for the fingers of quirky girls everywhere.

22. Shimmering Hexagons Ring Set ($118): You get a lot of bang for your buck with this eight-piece stacking ring set. White rhinestones dazzle from their hexagon-shaped beds whether they’re worn one at a time or all at once.

23. Misa Ring Katie Diamond Jewelry ($155): Glittering gemstones get edgy makeovers as spiked bars on these patterned metal rings. We’ll take one in every color! ;)

24. Faris Lunar Ring in Brass ($45): This no-fuss knuckle ring is simply stunning. We’re going ga-ga for that matte metal finish.

25. Drusy Drop Ring ($78): Bring on the glitz! From the freshly polished gold band to the super sparkly metallic stone, you bet even diamonds will be doing a double take.

26. Neon Spike Ring Set ($36): You guys, the colors of these enamel plated rings are so on point! Rock with a dark mani so they can really pop.

27.  Maya Magal Black Druzy Ring ($225): If your M.O. is more #allblackeverything, then meet the ring of your dreams. Even without any color, this square druzy ring makes quite a statement.

28. Batya Kebudi Diamond Ring ($329): Remember, we said no diamonds allowed… but diamond cuts are totally fine! Though we have to say, it would make a way cool engagement ring, too!

29. Gold and Silver Pebble Set ($205): The elegance of these pebble stacking rings is undeniable. We love the way they look as a mixed-metal set.

30. Glenda Lopez The Pizza Ring ($63): Nothing says I love you more than a pizza ring. Nothing.

Do you have your eye on a non-engagement ring you’d love to get from your S.O.? Where do you shop for beautiful jewelry online? Tell us in the comments below.