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When you think of a band ring you might think of engagement, wedding or anniversary bands, but not every band ring is just meant for a wedding day. Band rings are rings in an endless circle that normally do not feature a center stone or clusters of stones on the ring. We can think of a band ring as the all-weather coat or the year-round everyday pair of pants, perfect for layering and essential in your jewelry wardrobe.

What are the different types of band rings?

Let's band together and talk different styles of band rings. Band rings can be solid metal, mixed metal and include gemstones that are prong, bezel, channel or baguette style but still maintain the endless circle. Band style rings can be as narrow as 2 mm or up to 12mm or wider. Band styles can lay flat on your finger or can create a dome shape for added dimension. You may have also heard of an eternity band. This band style is a ring that continues in style or shape all the way around your finger, often symbolizing eternal love.

How do you wear a band ring?

Now that we are all on the same page about what a band ring is, how do you wear your band ring? Remember the analogy earlier about the all-weather coat, typically if you purchase this style of coat, it's to have a coat to wear year-round. It's not too hot and it's not too cold... it's just right. Well that's exactly how you wear a band ring. It's a versatile and transitional item in your jewelry wardrobe to layer with other jewelry.

Band rings can be worn on any finger and can be worn alone or stacked together. You can also wear your band rings stacked with your solitaire rings. Band rings can be worn on fingers in between your cluster rings or on a pinky finger next to your cocktail ring. Band rings can tie different metal looks together or give you a uniform look in all rose, silver or gold. If you like the idea of layering, try wearing a smaller band ring as a midi or just above your knuckle. Think about banding styles together to create a fun unique look just for you!

Next time when you think about incorporating band rings into your look, remember band rings are not just for "I do's". Say yes to wearing band rings for simple and effortless style in your jewelry wardrobe.
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