Click through for 17 delightful, delicate, dainty rings that are guaranteed to play nice with your jewellery box (and your credit card).

Cat Ears Ring ($11)

This ring is purr-fect (sorry, we couldn’t resist).

Pearl Finale Ring ($38) 

Since pearls are the gemstone of the season, this ring is an obvious choice.

Mixed Metal Stack Rings ($35)

We love the delicate, crystal detail on these rings.

Crystal Shard Ring ($68)

This is the pretend-I’m-married-so-you-don’t-talk-to-me ring, sort of.

Heart Memory Ring ($64)

Three words: spread the love.

Making Shapes Skinny Ring ($14)

Stack this triangle ring with other minimal bands for a standout effect.

Infinity Ring ($45)

A ring with an optical illusion? Yup.

14K Gold Infinity Rope Triple Stacking Rings ($75)

If the thought of hunting down several stacking rings sounds tedious, just buy this set and you’re good to go!

JA Hammered Wrap Ring ($73)

This ring would compliment an evening ensemble perfectly.

Edie Knuckle Ring ($65) 

It’s not easy to wear a two-fingered ring without looking like a street fighter, but this is totally an exception.

Mini-Bow Ring ($15)

This ring is so feminine and flirty we could just scream!

Scoop Ring ($47)

This is definitely the ideal, subtle stacking ring.

Tiny Bee Ring ($45)

Typically, we avoid bugs, but not this time, friends.

Rose Gold Plated Rhinestone Ring ($12)

The duo-coloured rhinestones and rose gold band make this ring a total conversation-starter.

Gold Ring With Black Stone ($22)

The under-the-radar look of this ring makes it a mainstay on our fingers.

Premium Dainty Flower Ring ($25)

This is like the cocktail ring of dainty rings.

Nail Me Ring ($12)

Because why wouldn’t you want a miniature, circular nail around your finger?

Nicole Kliest
Freelance Contributor

Nicole Kliest is a freelance writer and editor based in New York City who focuses on fashion, travel, food, wine, and pretty much anything else that's amusing to write about. After graduating from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's in journalism and creative writing, she started her career back in 2010 as Who What Wear's photo editor and throughout the last decade has contributed to publications including Fashionista, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, The Zoe Report, PopSugar, Fodor's Travel, and several others. She also copywrites and has worked with clients such as Frame, Sea, 3x1, Intelligentsia, and others to develop brand voices through storytelling and creative marketing. She's very passionate about the ways we can improve our sustainability efforts in the fashion industry as well as cultivating content that's diverse and inclusive of all people. When she's not checking out the latest restaurant opening in her West Village neighborhood or riding her bicycle along the West Side Highway, she can be found scheming her next trip somewhere around the world. (Up next is Vienna.)