It’s a small piece of jewelry that’s easy to wear every day—a ring. Of course engagement rings and wedding bands hold significance, but there are many other ways to tell your story. Here’s how to wear rings in beautifully meaningful ways.
Take the next step in your relationship with a Promise Ring—a beautiful way to honor your true love, a special BFF, your even faith or yourself. This ever-present reminder keeps the commitment close. What a beautiful way to make the promise official!
No end, no beginning, all a beautiful representation of what their love means to you. Eternity rings feature a circle of stones all the way around, and pair perfectly with engagement rings, too. Give one for Valentine’s Day, a special anniversary, or just because what you share is eternal.
A ring made just for them—what a way to make an impression! Plan ahead and design a ring just for them with custom gemstone combinations, personal imprinting, or custom monograms. You can even collab with a KAY expert to make it amazing. Every time they look at it, they’ll think of you!
Start a new gifting tradition with stacking rings. After giving the initial band, every holiday is a chance to add to the stack. Choose the same metal, mix your metals, or add stackable rings accented with diamonds or gemstones to celebrate extra special occasions.
Celebrate big! A diamond anniversary ring marks big occasions like 10- or 15-year anniversaries. Eternity bands with stones all the way around, rings with your birthstones, or three-stone diamond rings are also great anniversary ring options.
A Claddagh ring is from Irish tradition and shows two hands holding a heart with a crown on top. When the Claddagh ring is worn on the right hand with the heart facing inward, it means you’re in a relationship. Worn on the left hand with the heart facing outward means you’re engaged to be married.
Make a statement on your middle or index finger, because maximum finger space means you can make a bigger statement. (Maybe that’s why during Prohibition, women who drank wore statement rings on their right hands—that’s how the cocktail ring earned its name!)
Mother’s rings are personal, treasured pieces of jewelry. Whether you engrave your ring with names or create one that features several birthstones, its meaning is what makes it beautiful.