Last year, bulky cocktails rings were all the rage. From crystal embellished skulls to spiked geometric patterns, you couldn’t walk into a shop—or shake someone’s hand—without spotting a giant bauble. But somehow, as our shirts became shorter and our hemlines became longer, ring styles began to change too. Enter: the midi ring.
Before we list our favorites, there is something all midi ring wearers should know: these little babies are not easy to keep track of. They fall off—a lot. Somewhere between hailing cabs and digging through handbags, they seem to slide right off. We’re not saying to stop washing your hands… just be mindful.
The only thing more trendy than midi rings is rose gold, and we’re swooning over this delicate little number by Sara Weinstock. Featuring pavé-set white diamonds, this arabesque-shaped midi ring is perfect for adding a touch of sparkle to any outfit without looking overpowering.
Gone are the days when it was deemed unacceptable to mix gold and silver. Fusing silver, gold, and rose gold—even on the same finger—looks fresh and edgy. For a bold look that will set you apart from the sea of solid bands, check out Vita Fede’s ultra mini midi ring adorned with white pave Swarovski crystals trim spiked end caps.
Looking for a ring with a pop of color? Then you’ll flip for this style by Loren Stewart, which features five petite rubies in polished 14k gold. The open adjustable band comes with a tipped gold bead at each end, enabling it to stay in place and fit on any size finger.
Repossi Diamond & Black Gold Phalanx Berbère Midi Ring ($4,450)
Fashion forward gals that aren’t afraid from standing out from the crowd will drool over Repossi’s pavé white diamond and 18k black gold Phalanx Berbère midi ring. Boasting two rows of sparkly bling, which looks even more dramatic thanks to the dark setting, it’s not for the faint of heart.