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Friday, August 5, 2011


Gwyneth Paltrow

Although the last couple of posts were all about layering, this week we are taking a "less is more" kind of approach to accessorising. Taking cues from Hollywood's minimalists like Gwyneth Paltrow, we are focusing on the power of a great cocktail ring.

Emma Stone and Scarlett Johansson

When there is a spectacular dress in play, the best way to accessorize is with a great cocktail ring or maybe great earrings (but that's another post altogether). But the ring also has to be spectacular: large and flashy, enough to take notice all on its own.

KENNETH JAY LANE 'Discoball' Ring'

This Kenneth Jay Lane 'Discoball' reminds us of Gwyneth's giant Bavna diamond ring. So sculptural and sparkly, yet very modern and minimalist.

ERICKSON BEAMON 'Gold Digger' Ring

NOIR Pave Flower Ring

Both of these florals bring a ladylike vintage feel. Aptly titled 'Gold Digger', Erickson Beamon's ring is one of the most intricate we've ever seen, while Noir's flower is just plain beautiful. We see these on really feminine and glamorous girls like Scarlett Johansson or Natalie Portman.

CC SKYE 'Can't Buy Me Love' Ring

VITA FEDE 'Principe' Ring

CC Skye and Vita Fede borrow from the art deco era with these larger-than-life rings. The first one, of course, is a CC Skye signature (similar one was worn by Olivia Palermo a couple of years ago): so intricately made yet so powerful. Vita Fede's 'Principe' ring is as glamorous as it gets. Inspired by Venice’s grand Hotel Principe, its focal point is a large beautiful white pearl surrounded by cascading crystals. Some serious dazzle.

Here's to the power of a ring!

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