Bling Trend: Multiple Finger/Knuckle Rings

March 30, 2010 • Fashion

At first I didn't know how I felt about this emerging trend. Am I young enough to get away with a ring that spans three of my fingers? Would I be comfortable wearing a ring that encompasses all the fingers on one hand? Could I still pick up my coffee? Then I saw the four-knuckle version by Alexander McQueen (pictured below) and reconsidered. I have to admit, I am warming to the multiple finger/knuckle ring trend. While I personally don't think I would be able to pull off wearing one ring that holds 3-4 fingers in one place (or be able to function properly), one that fits over one finger yet spans over a few others is possible. If all else fails, they serve as wonderful weaponry. Below is a collection of both styles:

Alexander McQueen Knuckle Duster Ring $550

 A Peace Treaty Gardez Two Finger Ring $198

Made Her Think Talon Knuckle Buster Ring $110

Maison Martin Margiela 23-Karat Gold-Plated Ring Set $355

House of Harlow 1960 Key Cocktail Ring $45

Rachel Rachel Roy Double Heart Two Finger Ring $50

Oak Leaf Two Finger Ring $21

Noir Jewelry Pyramid Double Knuckle Ring $120

Serpent Left Ring $26

Chain Knuckle Ring $28

Jules Smith Knuckle Lover Stackable Ring $77

 Elizabeth and James Feather Across the Hand Ring $150

CC SKYE Mackenzie Knuckle Ring $150

– Lauren Dimet Waters

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2 Responses to Bling Trend: Multiple Finger/Knuckle Rings

  1. Gleenn says:

    oh, I don’t like them. But I’m sure some rockers or punk personalities would love them 🙂

  2. I think these rings are hot. But I do see why one would be hesitant. With the right look, I think the three finger ring can be pulled off by almost anyway. Thanks for including styles at different price points. No matter how much I love the Alexander McQueen version, I won’t be spending $500 of this one 🙂

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