The cocktail is a staple item in any jewellery box. I particularity love cocktail rings and wear them most days to the office. The reason that I love cocktail rings so much is that because I wear a lot of monochrome colours I use bright cocktail rings to introduce bright pops of colour into my wardrobe. However I understand that it can be difficult to find one to suit your style so I have selected four very different cocktail rings to suit every style.
This ring is by Ona Chan and is made of a silver rhodium lattice over a blue rutilated glass. Traditionally a cocktail ring is usually a large stone set ring but these days can be applied to other statement rings. However this Ona Chan ring epitomises the modern cocktail ring. This ring has the unusual geometric lattice and square shape which means it's a more unusual cocktail ring for those looking for something more unique in their jewellery box.
This Monica Vinader Atlantis lapis ring is the ring I imagine when I hear the words cocktail ring. This rings is a item that will out never go out of fashion due to its organic shape and neutral yet bright colour. This cocktail ring can be worn whether you're wearing a simple cocktail dress or full evening gown. Even in the day you could wear this ring casually with jeans and a blouse. This cocktail ring is also available in yellow gold vermeil with an grey agate gemstone.
This Pavé-Embellished Silver-Tone Dome Ring is by Michael Kors. This is the perfect cocktail ring for the person looking for an alternative to the classic single stone set ring. The glittering pave is perfect compliment to any evening outfit and can be easily paired with items most people already own in their jewellery box. This ring is more suitable for a formal evening occasion or for a dinner party.
It doesn't get more iconic than a big cat ring. This tiger head ring is from Bill Skinner's costume collection and is made of 18ct gold plated pewter. This ring is more suitable for casual drinks than a formal evening event but like the pave dome ring can be easily paired with many jewellery items found most people's jewellery boxes.