Women's rings of unusual shapes are becoming more and more popular. Among the many jewelry trends, I would especially like to highlight inlaid rings. Such jewelry consists of several similar thin rings that form a single composition on the finger. What are they and what kind of jewelry should you choose? We will give you a hint.
The classic “week” consists of 7 rings, which is where the name of this piece of jewelry comes from. They can be free or interconnected by a removable element - a bracket. You can wear these rings all together on one finger, or each separately on different fingers. In addition, a "week" can consist not only of 7 rings, but also of 3 or 5, which also looks very stylish! Most often they are made of metal of the same color, for example, silver or gold rings, but there are also combined options.
If you can't find a weekly ring that suits your wishes, create it yourself! Now, in any jewelry store, you can separately purchase thin inlaid rings that are perfectly combined with each other. They are made in the same style, so they will be a great alternative to the classic week! These rings can also be worn on different fingers, combining them as you see fit.
"Week" is a deception
Complex rings are very popular today, which are a kind of imitation of the "week". It is as if several rings are connected in one ring, but, in fact, it is one. Such a piece of jewelry is less versatile, because it cannot be “disassembled” into rings and worn separately, but this option is much more common and looks no worse!
It is interesting
It is believed that the "week" ring is not just an adornment, but a kind of amulet. The number 7 in esotericism is special: 7 wonders of the world, 7 days a week, 7 energy centers in humans. Therefore, many are inclined to believe that a ring of 7 elements energizes and promotes harmony.