One ring to rule them all? Don’t be silly – we like a variety of rings, sometimes worn separately but often worn altogether in a Joan Collins fashion. We picked five of our favourite finger adornments.
Whistles has stepped up its already-pretty-impressive game with its jewellery range. There are some statement pieces in the collection but we’re smitten with this slim, gold metal ring with turquoise stone. Looks great on a tanned hand. Whistles Precious Circle Ring, £12, Asos
This amber-like yellow ring is a real show-stopper. It also throws some fab shapes on the ceiling if you get it in the right light. Looks great with a black shift dress and lots of bangles. Mae You’re A Gem Ring, £8, Ted Baker at House of Fraser
Monica Vinader’s glittering, faceted rings will get you stopped in the street, repeatedly, and asked “Where did you get that?” This black onyx ring is bold yet elegant and the 18-carat gold-plated vermeil is surprisingly durable. Medina Facet Ring, £145, Monica Vinader
A green Perspex crocodile? On a ring? Sold to this lady. It’s by London-based designers Soop for Culture Label, one of our favourite design sites. The red Fox Ring, from the same collection, is also pretty cool. Crocodile Ring, £5.99, Soop for Culture Label
Ruth Tomlinson’s jewellery studio is a short walk from Emerald Street HQ. She makes intricate pieces inspired by nature and is a popular wedding jeweller. This ring, from the Hoard collection, is a 22-carat gold band studded with red antique glass. Red Band, £220, Ruth Tomlinson