Recently added to my accessory collection, this Koa wood ring is probably one of the most versatile pieces of jewelry that I've ever owned. Koa wood rings are known for their beauty and for blending reclaimed lumber and titanium to reduce waste during the manufacturing process.
My Hawaiian wood ring was shipped to me in a velvet box with the island's imprint on the jewelry box with a similar engraved print of the island's chain on the inside of the ring as you can see in the picture above. I really admire the detail including the wood grain, the slenderness of the ring and the laser engraved detail which pays homage to the beautiful island that I've always wanted to visit. After trying on the ring, I realized that there were three different ways of pairing it with an outfit depending on how trendy, dainty, or symbolic you wanted the ring to be conveyed to others.
Worn by itself, this ring can be easily worn as a singular band or compliment an engagement ring. If I didn't have a wedding band and ring, I would actually wear this because of it's simplicity and minimalist qualities that make it unisex so it appeals to all.
Side note: The hubster saw my ring and now he now wants one!
For some reason I always love when a woman that wears a pink ring. Maybe because it looks so incredibly classy or maybe because I imagine that the woman is so whimsical with such great taste that she merely wears pink rings so that her finger can noticeably pierce any conversation when she sips her tea. Quite frankly
Could this ring look any more delicate along my neckline? Wearing the ring on a subtle sterling silver chain gives the illusion that it is suspended at the décolletage, the low cut neckline of a garment, and would compliment any nude colored dress, blouse or skin tone. It's actually my favorite way of wearing the ring out of the three styles because it looks the most beautiful as a focal piece which can be used to spark a conversation.
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