925 sterling silver is the ideal jewellery for autumn. It’s durable during any autumn weather, long lasting, and remains timeless in style. To give you some ideas for silver rings, here are some great autumn picks.
Adjustable rings can be placed on different fingers without worrying about the fit; they will adapt to different finger sizes. If we take the simplistic URA ring, for example, it’s two parallel lines could work great on any finger, and in different combinations with other rings. It’s not going to steal the attention away from the other rings, but makes for an elegant addition.
The Tanika ring is popular on San Saru for this reason too, though it has slightly more going on in its design. The third, center parallel line is more attention-grabbing (though, not as much as the Harsh ring), but it remains a foundational ring for stacking.
Adjustable rings are ideal for autumn because of the rapid temperature change from summer to cooler weather. The change in temperature can change your ring size, as our fingers tend to swell in hot weather. So, adjustable rings are a great way to ensure the rings always fit perfectly.
Gemstone rings tend to be the opposite of stacking, adjustable rings. Many consider these to be the key accent jewellery, which draws attention and really sparkles. These are a great pick for autumn because this is your chance to choose some warm colours that represent autumn, or simply colours that express your personality.
The Kumud ring is a very subtle, pretty ring with an opal that brings colour and intensity. The style surrounding the opal stone is a Mandala, bringing some eastern culture to the ring. The Minda ring is a somewhat less subtle approach to the same ring, being a large opal surrounded by wavey patterns.
Shaped rings are great to combine with other rings due to the variety of shapes they come in. For example, the Soraj ring looks spiritual, which would make it a great choice to combine with similar style gemstone rings.
The Ausat ring is a subtle but pretty ring that is incredibly popular. It’s a half-flower Mandala with a V-shaped underline. Finally, the Gar ring is a floral ring that radiates positive energy and is a great choice for nature lovers.
Midi rings are rings that are worn at the top of the finger, below the first knuckle. These are great to finish off with when ring stacking, and are extremely versatile. So versatile, in fact, that the Elid, Kalinda, and Samud rings can all be worn as foot rings too, or on the end of a finger.
Midi rings can come in a variety of designs. Whilst the Elid ring has a colourful touch with a Larimar in the center, the Samud has a monochromatic wave silhouette design that is subdued yet beautiful.
Finally, the Sevti is another V-shaped design that can bring more depth and dynamism to your jewellery. The V-shaped works well with a gemstone ring on the same finger.