I have a bit of an obsession with accessories and jewellery, and particularly rings! I just think they really complete an outfit and can also completely change the style of an ensemble. I am always on the hunt for some new fancy finger wear and have absolutely struck gold with this gorgeous open heart pinky ring from ASOS.
I love the look of multiple rings being worn at once and always wear at least 3 at anytime. I always have to wear a ring on each middle finger or I feel naked! and also usually wear a little silver “love” ring on my right index finger. I really wanted a new ring for my left hand but didnt want something to fit my index finger (didn’t want to be too matchy matchy with the right hand) and my mum always taught me the superstition that it’s bad luck to wear a ring on your left ring finger until you get engaged, so that left the thumb or my little finger! I’ve never been a fan of thumb rings as they remind me of 90’s boybands so…. I went for a pinky ring! (who knew buying rings was so complicated?!)
It looks so cute on my finger! And although I don’t usually wear gold, as it’s on my little finger, and an open heart shape (rather than a chunky solid design) it doesn’t look too odd mixing it with my other silver / bronzey coloured jewellery. I really like the open heart design, it makes it quite unusual, and also keeps it delicate, just right for my little finger. The heart is slightly skew-whiff, with one side bigger than the other which looks really cute, and not too styled, great for me as I usually adopt quite a casual look rather than a perfect polished finish! It also kind of reminds me of a bigger hand and little hand meeting together to make a heart shape awwwww 🙂
I am also loving above the knuckle rings at the moment, and this ring looks super cute worn that way too! Such a versatile little ring which goes with absolutely everything! For only £6 I am absolutely chuffed with this purchase!
I live in Brixton in London. I eat out far too much, am always planning my next trip and have a borderline unhealthy obsession with Harry Potter.