How to Rock Resin Rings Without Looking Like You’re Still in Middle School
We love trends. They’re a great way to spice up your existing wardrobe. Think bike shorts and It shades, like solar yellow and cantaloupe. But not every trend is age-appropriate. Case in point: resin rings.
The colorful, usually chunky and often bedazzled rings aren’t exactly sophisticated. Basically, they’re the type of bauble you’d stack back in middle school. Although, if you search hard enough, you can find versions suitable for adults.
The key is to look for ones without gummy bears, oversized hearts and peace symbols. Easier said than done. Geometric shapes, cool designs and marbling are what you’re after. Some big names are getting in on the resin action. We’re talking Dries Van Noten, Maison Margiela and Marni.
Not convinced this trend has staying power? You can get the effect for under $30. Sometimes they come in affordable sets. Feel free to give away any sparkling ones in said sets to your niece or little cousin.
Ready to give resin rings a go? Here are the best options for grown-ups.
Dries Van Noten Resin Ring, $195 at Net-a-Porter
Urban Outfitters Lola Resin Ring Set in Yellow, $16 at Urban Outfitters
Maison Margiela 80's Rectangle Ring, $413 at Maison Margiela
Free People Beach Baby Ring in Tort, $28 at Free People
Marni Sphere Ring, $114 at Farfetch
Urban Outfitters Cher Statement Resin Ring in Pink, $16 at Urban Outfitters
ASOS Design Ring in Plastic Green Marble Resin, $9.50 at ASOS
Urban Outfitters Roxy Resin Ring Set in Green, $18 at Urban Outfitters