One of the last time I was here, I talked about how I like to waste money on makeup I usually won’t wear. Well I have the same strange relationship with rings. My knuckles are slightly larger than my fingers which means I have to get rings that fit my knuckle not my finger.
In the store, I’m in love with the ring. I can’t stop looking at it sparkle in the store lighting. In the real world, it becomes the most annoying contraption that a person could wrap around her finger. Because the ring is slightly too big for my finger, it spend the entire day on my finger moving. I’m pretty sure that after I take the ring off, I have some type of ring burn from the constant friction.
I decided to buy ring spacers. It seemed like a brilliant idea. I could remove the spacers when I needed to take the ring on and off. Then the spacers would keep the ring from twirling around my finger all day. And it worked, but I then realized I don’t like to wear rings on my finger. Whoomp Whoomp.
Despite my revelation, I decided to try a stretchy ring. It didn’t really do it for me.
Not being one to give up, I picked up these two rings last week at Target and I’m in love. There were many to pick from but I knew the silver arrow ring would be mines. The first thing that drew me to it was the size of the ring. I love how dramatic the knuckle rings look on the finger. Then the arrow etched void caught my attention. The metal has an antique feel to it which makes it perfect for dressing up a look without making it too over the top.
I was hesitant about buying this ring. It’s a stackable ring set that includes 5 rings that vary in size and design. I loved the combination of styles and decided to try it. Turns out, I love them. You can wear them separately if you like, but I enjoy wearing them all together. Plus, with them stacked I can avoid the whole ring burn thing.
I keep them on my index finger because I think it’s the only finger that’s ring tolerant. Any other finger is a problem. I don’t mind buying rings that I can only wear on my index finger. For now that will be my only ring finger. Hmm, I wonder if I can wear my future engagement ring on my index finger?