In the past few years, we’ve seen jewelry trends transition from big and bold statement pieces (that we definitely still love) to small, dainty, and detail-oriented pieces. It’s time to put away your stack of bracelets and start stacking rings—midi and first knuckle rings are perhaps the most of-the-moment adornment we can think of.
Midi rings can be worn on any finger—it’s just important to get the size right. Since these are worn closer to the end of the finger (and will feel a bit unnatural at first) you want to make sure they’re snug but not constricting. And yes, we said they. This is a trend to pile on—many on one finger or some on almost every finger, or both!
If you’re unsure about the midi ring, you can take the style for a spin without breaking the bank—Bauble Bar, Nordstrom and Urban Outfitters all have plenty of dainty little rings for under $20. For those ready to dig in with both hands (ha), Fine by Dannijones, Tomtom Jewelry and Catbird all make hand-crafted, investment-worthy first knuckle rings. (We should note that Catbird was one of the key forces in making midi rings popular; their in-house bands are wildly popular.)