Exotic blue rings always remind me of clear blue skies, tropical destinations, deserted beaches and crystal-clear sea and that’s why I’ve decided to write about them today. Everybody’s talking about orange these days and, although I like the general idea, I don’t think we should change our styles totally just because somebody said so. Well, that’s where these afore mentioned exotic blue rings fit in as they are, obviously, an ideal way to avoid the orange madness and still look and feel like an exotic beauty. Do you agree? Well, check out these 8 fabulous rings then:
Table of contents:
- cluster beads ring
- island flower ring
- oversized cocktail ring
- juicy couture “wanderlust” adjustable ring
- river island snake and turquoise gold ring
- lola rose flower shaped stone ring
- barse “montage” hexagonal semi precious stone ring
- chartreuse diamond and sapphire ring
1 Cluster Beads Ring
Price: $6.80 at forever21.com
Eye-catching, elegant and totally cool- this ring reminds me of the sea, sun and all those wonderful postcards and brochures that make everybody go “Oooh!”. It’s probably not the piece you’d want to pass on to your children but hey, fashion jewelry doesn’t have to be everlasting! It looks great and that’s the only thing that matters.
2 Island Flower Ring
Price: $5.80 at forever21.com
Second on my list of exotic blue rings is this totally cute, totally girly blue enamel flower ring. Well, I don’t need to explain why I’ve chosen this one, do I? I know I could find a way to work it in my exotic, ocean inspired summer look so hope I’m not the only one!
3 Oversized Cocktail Ring
Price: $27.70 at asos.com
Shiny gold-tone case, interesting shape, gorgeous stone and a comfy elastic band -They don’t call them statement rings for nothing! I’m a huge fan of big rings, especially the ones that look polished and elegant but still a bit unusual. Natural stones are my favorites, too, so this cool ring definitely has it all! Definitely a keeper!
4 Juicy Couture “Wanderlust” Adjustable Ring
Price: $65.90 at shop.nordstrom.com
Wanna see some more gorgeous exotic blue rings? Well check this sweet Juicy Couture baby I found at Nordstrom! It’s easy to combine because it goes good with both gold and silver jewelry, plus it has this gorgeous blue rock, shiny crystals and a totally interesting shape. A worthy investment I’d say.
5 River Island Snake and Turquoise Gold Ring
Price: $24.00 at asos.com
Speaking about elegance, shine and exotic blue rings – check out this lovely marine themed bling! Diamante encrusted gold-tone snake definitely looks Roberto Cavalli-ish to me, so if you’re looking for something that’s glamorous, stylish and both expensive-looking and budget-friendly – this is the ring for you.
6 Lola Rose Flower Shaped Stone Ring
Price: $77.55 at asos.com
This romantic blue ring is definitely a must-have, especially if you’re dying for something blue and unusual. “What makes it so unusual?” some may ask- well let me just tell you that this cute flower you see here is not resin or plastic but all natural stone. Yup, the flower is carved out of a natural stone which is both unusual and cool, especially given the fact that we’re living in a world where everything can be faked.
7 Barse “Montage” Hexagonal Semi Precious Stone Ring
Price: $78.00 at shop.nordstrom.com
If real semi-precious stones are what you like to see on your fingers, definitely take a peek at this unusual hexagonal ring! It’s available in four different colors but the ones I’d like to point out are the last two- the standard turquoise stone shown above and a greenish, so-called lime turquoise. Why? Because these two shades definitely say tropical paradise to me.
8 Chartreuse Diamond and Sapphire Ring
Price: $64,200.00 at barneys.com
What would you do if you had a 64k to spend? Buy a car? A small apartment? A whole bunch of Chanel bags? Or maybe a ring!? I know… I know… Some exotic blue rings are just more expensive than others and, once I tell you this is an 18 karat white gold ring and that all these shiny stones you see here are nothing less than diamonds and sapphires, I’m sure you’ll agree that the price is quite reasonable. Well… maybe not reasonable but, hey… at least it’s a sight for the sore eyes!
Well, that pretty much wraps it up, ladies, so the only thing left for me to do is hope that you liked these 8 fabulous exotic blue rings I’ve been going on and on about all this time. Do you think blue is a good color for this season or you prefer stick with orange?
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