It’s a Ring Thing: How to Wear The Hand Candy We’re Craving


With so many types of rings on our must-have accessories radar who can blame us for wanting to don every trend at once? Wearing all that hardware hand candy at the same time however, knuckle dusters, mid-range rings, bracelet to ring handpieces and more, can easily fall into the category of fashion overkill. But don't you worry bling boasting babes, this savvy fashionista we were inspired by on La Modella Mafia shows us just how to get the look! To create the over-stacked style we're craving she balances the sizes and location of her pieces, and maintains an established color palette to keep a statement making look surprisingly subtle. Make sure to follow these rules of proportion and metal pairing when recreating the trend yourself. For example, if you're keen to show off a multiple finger knuckle duster ring then accent it with one mid-range band in the same color, and keep your other hand simple with a few complimenting rings. With the wrist to ring handpiece, skip the knuckle dusters and stick to low key bands on that hand with a corresponding statement ring on the other. You get the idea. Now get creative!

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Photo: Splash News

1. SunaharA Malibu Suna Ring Set, available at for $88
2. Dominic Jones Seti Knuckle Duster Ring, available at for $395
3. Campbell Knuckle Floating Ring, available at for $165
4. CC Skye Love Knuckle Ring, available at for $110
5. Vanessa Mooney Vanguard Handpiece, available at for $150
6. Monserat De Lucca Evolution Skull Knuckle Ring, available at for $66.50
7. Imogen Belfield Nugget Clusters Knuckle Duster Ring, available at for $432
8. Low Luv 14 Karat Yellow Gold Plated Armor Knuckle Ring, available at for $80
9. Wendy Nichol Black Diamond Mid-Digit Ring, available at Barneys New York for $235
10. Low Luv by Erin Wasson Evil Eye Hand Comb, available at for $79
11. A Peace Treaty Wadi Ring, available at for $99