The pinkie ring jewellery trend is taking over the internet
A minimalist’s dream
Bella Hadid—pioneering fashion trendsetter that she is—has her manicured fingers on the pulse of several of the season’s biggest and coolest trends. The much-anticipated return of the ugly sneaker, the ’90s-perfect elongated sunglasses shape, and the cool-girl nonchalance of the single pinkie ring being three excellent examples.
Of course, Hadid’s idea of the ideal pinkie ring is a massive heart-shaped diamond that would likely put us into crushing debt for the foreseeable future, but her irreverent styling—the pinkie ring being worn completely on its own—is the kind of spring-simple ease that we’ve been chasing.
A far cry from the look-at-me cocktail ring, and more on the understated side than the handful of mismatched, stackable rings that we’ve been rocking, the lone pinkie ring is this season’s most clear-cut pathway to blasé sophistication and beyond.
Here, five to shop.
If you’re after a bit more structure, Jennifer Fisher’s root ring is a cool choice.
Ring, Rs 15,754, Jennifer Fisher at net-a-porter.com.
I + I
Make like Bella and add some rocks into the equation. i + i’s version features a row of tiny emeralds.
Ring, Rs 58,221 i + i at net-a-porter.com.
Aussie designer Holly Ryan might have perfected the art of the masculine signet ring.
Ring, Rs 16,857 Holly Ryan.
The longer shape of Coyote Negro’s De Plata ring gives it a bit of weight and presence.
Ring, Rs 29,175 Coyote Negro at mychameleon.com.au.
A rock ‘n’ roll take on the signet pinkie ring, Coyote Negro’s Chunky Wave ring is a statement all on its own.
Ring, Rs 15,884 Coyote Negro at mychameleon.com.au.
From: ELLE AUSTRALIA