Saturday, 26 January 2008

Shopping online for beautiful bling rings



A fabulous ring can make even the plainest hand look delicate and pretty, the only question is, where do you buy them from? Do you opt for the expensive rings, in hope that they'll last you longer and not stain your hand a funny colour from the metal, or opt for the more affordable cheaper rings which might not last as long because all the stones will probably fall out?

It all depends on how often you're gonna wear the ring. If you're a full-time party girl and are likely to have it on a lot of the time, then perhaps a more expensive ring is your best bet...but if you're like me and you'd only wear it occassionally, then perhaps the affordable route is the best way to go.

I found two online retailers, Miss Bollywood who have rings ranging from £1.99 - £4.70 in price, and Shefaly House of Jewels who have rings available from £10 - £24. Let's compare!!!


Shefaly House of Jewels

click here to check out Shefaly's ring collection

Although the ring selection at Shefaly is a bit pricey, it's by no means unaffordable, and you can see why these rings are a little more expensive. They're good quality, most of them are made with Swarovski crystals, and some of the designs are really unique.

Miss Bollywood

Ok so they're not made from Swarovski gems, and the designs aren't ground-breaking, but I really like the ring collection at Miss Bollywood! and I especially like the prices too! Here are some of my favourites:





Click here to check out the rest of the rings available at Miss Bollywood.

3 comments:

  1. I just came across your blog and i think its fantastic how your giving reviews on UK based asian clothes shops, magazines etc

    Keep up the good work!

    Is it ok if i add you to my blogroll?

    Indian Rose x

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Indian Rose,
    thanks for your comment! Glad you like the blog and yep you can add me to your blogroll - I've added you to mine too :)

    xx

    ReplyDelete
  3. fabulous rings. I love the gemstones settings and the traditional style

    ReplyDelete