We all know that left-hand ring fingers are set aside for an engagement ring or wedding band, but that doesn't mean that right ring fingers need to remain unadorned. In fact, many women enjoy their right-hand rings even more than traditional engagement rings because they can be a bold reflection of a personal fashion aesthetic.
If you're uncertain about whether or not a right-hand ring is for you, rest assured that all women — single or not — can benefit from a little right-handed bling. "A right-hand ring is a symbol to commemorate a special life event, like an achievement or birthday, or to project success and personal style," says Julie Yoakum, Chief Merchandising Officer at Blue Nile. "Right-hand rings can be subtle or bold, and they're often chosen to echo a favorite design style."
Although a right-hand ring is appropriate for both the single and married, many single women opt for a stunning right-hand ring because they don't want to postpone a dazzling diamond while they're waiting for "Mr. Right." For this reason, right-hand rings are often seen as the battle cry of single and successful women.
The beauty of the right-hand ring is that there are no rules for its design. A woman can choose a simple and inexpensive right-hand ring, or she can spend her entire life savings on an eye-popping diamond setting. However, before making a significant jewelry investment, consider the following inspirations for a right-hand sparkler.
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