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Some strange things are happening on the ring front : the knuckle ring is on every finger this fashion week.

Most of the time you see them on over accessorized hands (rings + knuckle rings + crazy mani = od) but I love them worn simply, just like this. It’s so sensual.

The only problem I have is that the only time I wore a knuckle ring, I lost it two hours after putting it on. They don’t stay on my fingers. Yet another part of my body that’s not adapted to fashion!!! Mmmmm. Bah, I love it on others!

Have you ever tried these kinds of rings? Do you like them? Do they fit you?

PS: The rings are by Monique Péan


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  • Anna February, 15 2013, 9:03 / Reply

    I love those rings on her. But my hands are not made for rings either. They make my fingers look like a rolled rost. Very charming, no?

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  • Joy February, 15 2013, 9:05 / Reply

    I really like them – but I don’t think i have the right fingers to keep them on! How do they stay without cutting off the circulation??

  • Anne-Sophie February, 15 2013, 9:05 / Reply

    C’est ravissant ! J’adore les bagues fines !! Quelle est la marque ?

  • Zuley February, 15 2013, 9:05

    I agree. Where DO you find these rings? The finer, thinner ones sure look more… elegant? And god knows I could always use more elegant around here.

  • elise February, 15 2013, 9:05

    il y en a plein sur etsy à des prix très abordables!

  • Veronica February, 15 2013, 9:06 / Reply

    Salut Garance!

    Comme toi, j’ai jamais réussi à porter “knuckle rings”. However, I do like wearing a ring on my index finger. You should take a look at how accessories have changed and adapted over the past couple of seasons; everything is either very simple or very extravagant!

    Much love from Montreal,

    Veronica

  • Clarisse February, 15 2013, 9:09 / Reply

    J’adore !
    D’ailleurs où as-tu trouver ta knuckle ring ?
    Elle est très jolie, délicate, bref elle me plaît !

  • Blaise February, 15 2013, 9:16 / Reply

    They look so nice, I’d love to try them on :)

  • Mariama February, 15 2013, 9:16 / Reply

    Oui magnifique !! Je n’en ai jamais trouvées qui aille parfaitement à mon doigt… D’ou viennent celles ci ? Bisous !

  • THE STEL STYLE February, 15 2013, 9:20 / Reply

    i love them but it’s not my style!!!

    http://www.thestelstyle.com

  • jicky February, 15 2013, 9:30 / Reply

    elle est en effet très belle, cette bague (la chemise aussi!)

  • Risa February, 15 2013, 9:32 / Reply

    I love them! I have three in rose gold from Etsy that I wear every day. I feel naked without them. Yours are beautiful! xo

  • Rachelle February, 15 2013, 9:33 / Reply

    I got 2 knuckle ring a while back and I love them, you probably got a size to big. But I like to mix them with plain regular rings.

    xo
    http://pinksole.com

  • berenice February, 15 2013, 9:39 / Reply

    magnifique! portee comme ça discretement c’est beau mais sur les autres sur moi je deteste aussi! et je ne trouve pas ça tres féminin , c’est comme pour les hommes les chevalières horribles et tellement veuille bourgeoisie..bref des trucs de mode qui vont bien aux autres mais pas sur moi non plus!

  • Judith A. Ross February, 15 2013, 9:43 / Reply

    This is a beautiful photograph. I love that her hands are so beautifully shaped with short, unpolished nails. It is the way I am most comfortable with my own hands — though I like nail polish on everyone else!

  • Cate February, 15 2013, 9:50 / Reply

    These are beautiful. I love thin gold rings even if they aren’t on the knuckle. Does anyone know where to buy cheapish ones?

  • Irene February, 15 2013, 9:54 / Reply

    They look very pretty. I think I could only wear them as long as they were as subtle and delicate as these.

    http://illustratedlines.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Jessica February, 15 2013, 9:58 / Reply

    J’adore moi aussi ! Et je n’en achetais justement pas car j’avais peur que ça tombe… Et bien j’ai ma réponse, merci Garance :)

  • Madrid Street Style February, 15 2013, 9:59 / Reply

    I think it is more of a life style than a fashion thing to wear rings. I wear them if I go out in the evening but during the day I hardly ever wear rings. I see a lot of girls wearing simple rings all the time and I think they just got used to it. I like rings but I don’t see how they make beautiful hands more beautiful. They are more like tattoos, an expression thing.

  • Marie February, 15 2013, 10:00 / Reply

    Oh cool… Je ne vais pas devoir agrandir la bague de ma grand-mère ! Hi hi ;-)

  • Eunice February, 15 2013, 10:00 / Reply

    J’en avais des bagues de phalanges quand j’étais enfant et j’adorais!! Maintenant j’adapte des bagues devenues trop petites en bagues de phalange! Voyant que c’est la mode je ne me gênerai donc plus!! :)

  • Bonnie, Clyde and Marni February, 15 2013, 10:06 / Reply

    Love knuckle rings!! I have been wearing them for a year now!! For me the best is to buy a pinky ring and wearing it as a knuckle ring too!!
    http://www.bonnieclydemarni.com/

  • Denisa February, 15 2013, 10:13 / Reply

    Look so nice and I like that pic. Have a great friday,

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

  • soleils February, 15 2013, 10:15 / Reply

    OK, si tu gardes les mains sagement croisés ou posées sur une surface plane en permanence, pas de souci, mais sinon c’est un concept complètement incompatible avec une anatomie classique, non? (la phalange la plus proche du bout des doigts est en général la plus petite, me semble-t-il). Donc en somme, it’s a no for me. Je doute que cette étrange mode s’installe. Je dirais que this trend will not keep trending!
    Et les bagues fines = sublimes, on est bien d’accord, mais portées au bout des doigts, ça fait simplement ring that doesn’t fit, basically.

  • Ema February, 15 2013, 10:21 / Reply

    Le truc de dingue c’est la knuckle-triple ring de Balenciage.
    Du coup, je me suis acheté trois anneaux chez H&M. 1 small, 1 medium et 1 large pour mes 3 tailles de doigt.
    C’est pas aussi beau
    Mais cette accumulation de “boulons” fait son effet.

  • Daphné February, 15 2013, 10:25 / Reply

    oui j’adore les bagues de phalenge ! J’en mets une de chez “Archibald” !
    On m’a dit une fois que ca faisait un peu sado maso (??!!!!.???)

    (attention ca glisse avec les gants)

  • melissa lee February, 15 2013, 10:26 / Reply

    Please, let’s just stay with simple objects that like you say “do not fall off” after 2 hours…

  • bayne February, 15 2013, 10:37 / Reply

    had a knuckle ring for all of three days too! love them but apparantly my fingers didnt!

  • Oré February, 15 2013, 10:41 / Reply

    Is it “trending”?
    Trèèèès joli!

  • Alice February, 15 2013, 10:45 / Reply

    So a knuckle ring is an ill-fitting ring? And it’s in style? Shoot, I’ve got some of those. But I am pretty sure nobody’s fingers are made for keeping these rings…unless you want to get one that’s super tight!

  • Laia Massiell February, 15 2013, 10:45 / Reply

    love them! I had 2 (lost one) – very simple and elegant in a bohemian chic way – I think the trick is to get the ring to mold to your finger a bit…

  • Dine&Dash February, 15 2013, 10:54 / Reply

    Lovely ring :) you can see photo of Garance on our site, she’s so gorgeous ! http://dine-dash.com/street/garancedore :))

  • Michelle February, 15 2013, 10:55 / Reply

    I love rings and have WAY too many, I prefer a mix of clean and simple with a few statement pieces. I only wear silver jewelry. My older sister placed a tiny silver band on my left index finger back in my teens. It’s been there ever since, I have a stack of three to five rings I wear on my left middle finger as well. It sounds like a lot but as long as your other jewelry is simple it works. I never wear colour on my nails. I think I agree with the person who said rings are like a tatoo, they tell a story of not only who you are but how you want to be seen by others. Rings are also deeply personal, my father had a signet ring that he wore until he was hospitalized, he gave that to me. I wore it on a chain around my neck until one of my brothers asked for it. Years later I went to the jeweler, that made my fathers ring and had one made that fits me, it’s not my fathers but I feel much closer to him when ever I wear it.

    Hope you all had a wonderful Valentines day.

  • Gabrielle February, 15 2013, 10:56 / Reply

    Beautiful! I actually never liked them, but this version really has style! For people with long fingers I think they can look fabulous, obviously. But they are sure not for me, being a mother and with a job in which you need to wash your hands often… well, not happening…. xxx

  • aurore February, 15 2013, 11:01 / Reply

    tried once but lost it !! it must fit your fingers perfectly…

  • suzy February, 15 2013, 11:03 / Reply

    talking about body features unadaptable to fashion – my dream nail shape is like the ones in this picture – i like to keep my nails short, but they are shaped sO square-ish and unproportional to my hands

  • Kristin February, 15 2013, 11:04 / Reply

    PLEEEAAASSSSE share the source of these rings! They are breathtaking!

  • Molly Benn February, 15 2013, 11:07 / Reply

    As-tu entendu parler de ce designer qui a fait une bague à partie de la peau de son ventre ? :/ (eurk)

  • mlab February, 15 2013, 11:45 / Reply

    Ah ouais, j’aime vraiment beaucoup! Le truc c’est que je pense que cela ne va qu’à celles qui ont de grandes mains. Personnellement j’ai des petites mains et je pense qu’une bague de phalange donnerait l’impression qu’elles ont rétrécit! En plus je galère déjà à trouver des bagues à ma taille, elles sont généralement bien trop grandes alors une bague de phalange je la perdrais en 2min! Remarque je devrais essayer de les adopter en bagues “normales” du coup… Tu ne crois pas toi que c’est fait exclusivement pour les grandes mains?

  • Emily Ulrich February, 15 2013, 11:50 / Reply

    I have to say, I prefer the unadorned hands to those overly metalized. The simplicity of these rings gives, as you said, a sensual quality to the hand.

    http://hazylaughter.com

  • Maelou February, 15 2013, 11:55 / Reply

    d’où viennent les bagues, certes ! Mais d’où viennent les mains???

    Mais sinon en effet, c’est trèèès joli quand c’est aussi simple. Je visualise très bien l’overdose de décoration doigtale, et là, c’est au contraire élégant, ce qui n’est pas si facile !

  • Anastasia February, 15 2013, 12:01 / Reply

    I really wanna try the knuckle rings (thank for letting me know their name!!), but I’m not sure if my fingers are long enough to wear them…

    http://www.thefashionarium.blogspot.ru/

  • Big M February, 15 2013, 12:20 / Reply

    Love, love, love the tiny narrow rings. Going to find some for myself. Have always loved the way knuckle rings look. Anthony Bourdain has worn a knuckle ring on his thumb for years. Thanks for ‘trending’ this our way, Garance!

  • Maddy Marcel February, 15 2013, 12:25 / Reply

    Love them – rings and earrings are my jewelry of choice. I haven’t worn knuckle rings, but I like the look – I will have to try it!

  • Charlotte February, 15 2013, 12:52 / Reply

    J’aime bien mais je ne sais pas si j’en porterais!

    http://fashionbrunette.blogspot.com

  • Jenny February, 15 2013, 1:08 / Reply

    I love them! My boyfriend and I got matching engagement rings with matching knuckle rings on the ring finger!!

  • Louise February, 15 2013, 1:14 / Reply

    I simply love it! It looks so chic, and I really adore those on the photo.
    Where are they from ?

    http://craveaffectionanddreamofperfection.bloglovin.com

  • Laura February, 15 2013, 1:35 / Reply

    J’adore les bagues de phalanges, je trouve tellement joli! Surtout toutes fines comme ça! Par contre c’est vrai que ça tient moins bien comme ça!

    http://www.laurablogmode.com

  • Nini Piccola February, 15 2013, 1:39 / Reply

    I absolutely love these!!!! If you can’t wear these on your knuckles just buy a bigger size and wear it in the normal spot. Where can we buy these and who designed the mini-eternity rings???

  • MGF February, 15 2013, 2:04 / Reply

    oh yeahhh j’en ai tout le temps ;))
    ca fait les doigts fins et longsss
    surtout quand c’est porté en nude sur la (très belle) photo

  • Erin :: EAT.PRAY.MOVE Yoga Retreats February, 15 2013, 2:09 / Reply

    Yes I LOVE these! They have been on my list since the new year and I’m soon to go on a hunt around the city for some lovely handmade ones. Maybe some of the boutiques in LES?

  • louise February, 15 2013, 2:18 / Reply

    love the idea, love the look…but! my fingers are obviously not the right shape either. ho hum!!

  • Dana February, 15 2013, 2:19 / Reply

    mine stay on like they were meant for my otherwise strangely sized fingers – but when I take them off, there are definite semi-disconcerting indentations. ha! oh well. I love them. the diamond set would be a niiice upgrade :)

  • L'oliphant February, 15 2013, 2:37 / Reply

    Ah les bagues de phalanges! et les bijoux de main! mon nouveau truc!
    une des pistes que j’explorerai bientôt dans ma boutique!
    contrairement à ce que l’on croit, ces bagues ne sont pas difficiles à porter ou encore gênantes! non! pas le moins du monde!!!!

  • Eglantine February, 15 2013, 2:38 / Reply

    Je trouve ça très beau aussi, mais je pense que j’aurais le même problème si je testais cette mode : je perdrais mes bagues au bout d’une heure ! A moins d’avoir une personne à disposition pour nous prêter ses mains, histoire d’être dispensée de bouger le petit doigt ! ^^

    http://www.mode-et-merveilles.com

  • CREEZY February, 15 2013, 2:47 / Reply

    Beaucoup d’élégance dans ces mains qui sont très belles, les ongles naturels sont jolis aussi et les bagues me plaisent beaucoup! mais j’aurais peur de perdre moi aussi l’anneau sur la phalange – et si on essayait avec de la colle pour appareils dentaires ? (dentiers !!)- bonne idée non ? ;-))

  • Sasha February, 15 2013, 2:56 / Reply

    Ah yes, I’m loving this new jewelry trend as well, but alas I have yet to purchase any. By the time I do I probably will be too late;) But yes, I’m really digging it.

  • Eva February, 15 2013, 3:05 / Reply

    I really love the knuckle rings but the thing; they irritate the hell out of me when I wear them myself. Conclusion: I keep admiring the rings on other people ;) xx

    ENTER MY GIVEAWAY
    http://www.creativityandchocolate.blogspot.com

  • emmanuelle February, 15 2013, 3:12 / Reply

    Oui, OK, j’adore,
    mais en gros, une bague de phalange, c’est juste une bague trop petite, non ?
    Et du coup, ça tombe…

  • cécile February, 15 2013, 3:47 / Reply

    J’aime beaucoup celles que tu nous montre, fines et discrètes, brillantes juste comme il faut…
    Mais par contre j’ai vraiment l’impression que ça me gênerait d’en porter une aux phalanges…

  • La mode anonyme February, 15 2013, 3:49 / Reply

    En effet en restant sobre c’est ravissant. Fin, discret, cela devient élégant. Des mains surchargées, cela fait bling bling, jet set bas gamme, voire vulgaire… La propriétaire de cette paire de mains a très bon goût :)

  • chrisazur February, 15 2013, 3:52 / Reply

    ben pour moi c’est pareil, la première fois je l’ai perdue peu de temps après!!!!;-(

  • Carole b February, 15 2013, 5:15 / Reply

    Les bagues que tu portes sont vraiment très belles but vraiment trop chères…… En tout cas j’aime beaucoup

  • Alicia February, 15 2013, 5:22 / Reply

    J’aime l’idée de pouvoir la porter à mi-doigt. Bien vu ! Mais ça ne peut se faire qu’avec un modèle fin sinon le déséquilibre est inévitable.

  • le joncour lara February, 15 2013, 5:31 / Reply

    Ravissant, raffiné, discret mais dites moi, Monique Péan la créatrice elle s’est légèrement emportée sur les prix! Complètement dingue! Les filles vous trouverez les même au manège à bijoux du Centre Leclerc ou chez Géant.

  • E. February, 15 2013, 5:44 / Reply

    I guess I’m too practical (and not fashionable enough) for this. Why would I want to wear a ring that I’m bound to loose?

  • Monsieur J February, 15 2013, 7:33 / Reply

    Je me suis toujours dis que les personnes qui portes ce genre de bagues, sont bijoutiers…
    Je suis pas bijoutier, mais je fais aussi des bijoux (d’auteurs) et souvent je fais des anneaux beaucoup trop petits que j’arrive plus à agrendire à force de tapper dessus, du coup je les portent à la phalange, enfin entre l’atelier et chez moi ou je les abandonnent avec les autres anneaux que je ne met pas…

  • Jenna February, 15 2013, 7:36 / Reply

    This reminds me, I’m eager to hear how Alex’s gel manicure is going. I’ve been thinking about getting one but want to know if it looks too thick.

  • Lou'Ana February, 15 2013, 8:11 / Reply

    Love them ! I used to loose them as well but then I found out that if you have to get one that is slightly to small, it is a bit uncomfortable at the beginning, but it stays and you don’t feel it anymore ! x

  • Colony February, 15 2013, 10:14 / Reply

    It’s flu season and I wash my hands way too much and wear way too much hand cream. I’d loose it within 30 mins! I do love those thin whispers of precious metal though, been wanting some for a while now.

  • L February, 15 2013, 10:58 / Reply

    I think this is a trend that has to be taken with a grain of salt; I think that they will look great on some people’s hands ( like the hands in the picture) but for people like me, it wouldn’t work (I have really big hands, so I think that it wouldn’t look right on me). I think that the smaller and more slender the hands, the better it will look. I do agree with Madrid Street Style. At least for me, rings are personal. The only ring that I wear is a family heirloom passed down from daughter to daughter.

  • Nomadic D. February, 16 2013, 3:46 / Reply

    I was told these rings are not for me either.

    http://www.nomadicd.com/2011/08/knuckleless.html

    Apparently they work best if you have boney knuckles to keep them in place, whereas if you have tapered fingers they will just slide right off. I’m so tempted to try again and just risk it, but if you say you lost yours after a few hours it makes me think that some of us are just not destined to have them…

    http://www.nomadicd.com

  • Noemi February, 16 2013, 5:51 / Reply

    I like knuckle rings, I’m really thinking about buying one. The rings in the photos are beautiful but so expensive! Of course diamond are forever…

  • CatherineW February, 16 2013, 6:37 / Reply

    I love these but suspect they probably won’t fall off my fingers, rather I don’t think I’ll be able to get them on!

    Catherinex
    http://wheresmanu.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Natalie February, 16 2013, 7:46 / Reply

    Thanks for this post!
    the rings are beautiful…
    simple and understated, yet extremely elegant.

    oooo… i sense a shopping spree soon…

  • Sarah-Lou February, 16 2013, 8:58 / Reply

    Cette photo est parfaite…

    Tu sais ce que ce serait mon rêve Garance? Ce serait un billet « pas à pas », ou tu nous raconterais un peu des préparatifs d’une séance-photo, histoire que l’on puisse mieux se représenter la somme de travail, d’investissement, de recherches et d’énergie que j’imagine en amont de tes superbes photos…

    Et je suis sûre que ça intéresserait pas mal de lectrices! Nous sommes déjà fan de tes « moodboards », alors un aperçu du processus créatif « en action », ça ne peut être que captivant :)

    Après je comprendrais que tu n’y tiennes pas pour des raison de propriété intellectuelle… Mais si c’était possible ce serait top!

    @ bientôt

  • Caterina February, 16 2013, 10:46 / Reply

    Yeeeeeeah, another in the “it would fall straight off” camp. I can’t wear a ring unless it’s been custom sized — nobody sells fun costume-jewelry rings in size 3.5, and what is the point of taking my cheap crap to be sized? [sigh] I could probably make a knuckle ring work as a regular everyday band.

  • Canivet February, 16 2013, 12:43 / Reply

    J’adore aussi mais c’est pas possible ces prix!!!

  • 40 and so what February, 16 2013, 1:15 / Reply

    Vive les bagues quand elles ne sont pas portées où on les attend, j’adore !

  • nila February, 16 2013, 1:56 / Reply

    moi aussi j’aime beaucoup le fait de ne pas négliger certains doigts ou parties de doigts…ben oui pourquoi toujours le majeur ou l’annulaire?
    j’aime beaucoup porter les bagues plutôt à l’index et à l’auriculaire (comme celle de la photo que j’adore) ..par contre j’ai les doigts assez fins et c’est assez difficile de trouver ce genre de bijoux à petit prix…..

  • Théa Unknown February, 16 2013, 2:24 / Reply

    Très fines, magnifiques…

    xx
    Théa

  • january February, 16 2013, 5:24 / Reply

    so simple and beautiful!! i can imagine i would just lose them as well though! :S

    january, x
    jessicajanuary.com

  • ines February, 16 2013, 7:16 / Reply

    c’est trop ca! sur moi aussi ca ne tient pas, j’en ai perdu une deja! mais c’était asos, il y a d’autres marques comme catbird, made her think, bijules, lady grey ou noritamy qui font de très jolies “knuckle ring”. J’adore catbird car il y en a en argent à seulement 28$ ou l’on peut choisir selon soit la taille du doigt soit de la phalange, mais ce n’est qu’aux USA chanceuse! ;)

  • Gita February, 17 2013, 5:45 / Reply

    Yep, I love them. In this tiny version but als the big, chunky ones. I must admit that I’m not feeling very relaxed while wearing them (they tend to fall off all the time), but darn it, they look good! :)

    xx
    http://gita-oddsandends.blogspot.com/

  • Bb de la Branche February, 17 2013, 12:23 / Reply

    C’est trop beau… raffiné, magnifique, élégant…

  • Ai-Ch'ng February, 18 2013, 4:14 / Reply

    So pretty – but they only work if the bony bit just under your fingernails is bigger than the circumference of the joint under it. Otherwise, it is very uncomfortable if you do a lot of manual work (as I do). They won’t really stay on my bony fingers, unfortunately… but the one on my thumb is fine (hasn’t fallen off in nine weeks… I’ll to see if winter makes my fingers shrink and hopefully my thumb ring will remain firmly on.

    The knuckle ring needs to be quite small so that it does not fall off… but that can mean risking a blood clot in summer – or gangrene – in your fingers, due to its tightness!

  • Sabaa February, 18 2013, 6:10 / Reply

    I like them, but I have small fingers and they don’t stay on them for very long.
    http://sabaaphotography.blogspot.com/

  • kate February, 18 2013, 7:27 / Reply

    J’ai plus qu’essayé, j’ai adopté ;-) J’en ai acheté 2 (1 en or et 1 en or rose ) il y a 1 mois et je ne les quitte plus!

    Je trouve ca tellement chic et élégant.
    Moi, j’aime quand il n’y a que ça ( genre 1 ou 2 ) ou avec plusieurs très fine + une jolie manucure dans des couleurs douces.

    kate
    http://katewalk.blogspot.fr/

  • IS THIS IT? models review February, 18 2013, 10:20 / Reply

    I don’t love knuckle rings a lot – hehe but luckily like you wrote it’s quite easy for girls to lose them, so ok… :)

  • Newborn Fanatic February, 18 2013, 10:24 / Reply

    yes! i love wearing knuckle rings. but i rarely ever wear them when i’m out partying or busy rummaging through my bag because i’m always scared that i’ll lose it. it does seem to sliip off so easily and when i get one that fits tightly it starts to hurt. But they are so cute. FIrst saw them when FashionToast started wearing them and have been in love since. :)

    http://newbornfanatic.wordpress.com/

  • jennifer February, 19 2013, 4:46 / Reply

    I love the look of the knuckle rings, especially plain bands in rose gold. I first decided to try one out in silver since it’s not so costly. That was a good idea because it came flying off while washing my hands. I had to figure out the exact size and finger to wear it on (seems to stay on better on some fingers than others). Catbird (http://catbirdnyc.com/) in Brooklyn, NY has some really pretty, dainty versions in different metals. I’ve also bought some on Etsy at very reasonable prices, so you won’t cry if you lose it. Both Catbird and most sellers on Etsy can make the rings in practically any size, which is great (my fingers are really slim and I’ve always had a hard time finding rings that fit). Anyway, I love the rings in the photo, but would be too scared to wear a diamond knuckle ring for fear of losing it!

  • MFK February, 22 2013, 3:50 / Reply

    Le type de photo qui fait rêver en même temps qu’elle soulève à nouveau cette énigme si insoluble qu’elle en devient irritante : mais ça tient comment ?

  • Gigi February, 26 2013, 11:28 / Reply

    What is the source of the picture? I really like the large pinky ring, I’d like to find it.

  • Lou April, 22 2013, 6:58 / Reply

    Il y en a de très jolies sur http://www.vagabonde.eu !

  • marie A May, 6 2013, 4:00 / Reply

    les plus canon sont chez Ma Demoiselle Pierre!
    et sa boutique boudoir est tellement jolie…

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ma-Demoiselle-Pierre/334089609693?fref=ts

    http://www.mademoisellepierre.com/e-shop/

  • Backstagebym October, 14 2013, 12:11 / Reply

    Je suis tombée sur cet article en cherchant justement une bague de phalange sur internet. Au début je n’étais pas fan, justement parce que je me disais que ça ne devait pas tenir en place. Puis avec le temps, je me suis laissée séduire. Personnellement, je n’aime pas les motifs clous, coeur et autres infinity. Je préfère les anneaux simples, dorés, argentés, ou à la rigueur avec de très petits strass. Celui sur la photo est très joli.
    Maud

  • lulu686 December, 20 2013, 11:30 / Reply

    Garance – I completely agree with you about these rings. They’re delicate and feminine. I’m all on board with this trend.

  • Claudia December, 29 2013, 12:00 / Reply

    Cette mode est magnifique, mais soulement sur les autres!! Malheureusement j’ai les doigts assez fins!! Pour les femmes qui n’ont l’argent, elles peuvent acheter les bauges chez H&M.

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