Ladylike Luxe: Cocktail Rings

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Now that you're sorted your closet according to season, it's time to do the same with your accessories. Some of your purchases from spring and summer are probably best left for that same time next year, but cocktail rings look great anytime.

This year, it's been all about Cubic Zirconia cocktail rings. Everyone from celebs to socialites to working women to college aged coeds have gotten in on the trend. After all, these pieces are fun, fashionable and completely affordable. If you're wondering how to make CZ rings work for you, then here are some tips that were made for you:

In your 20s - It's great to have youth on your side, and it makes it even easier to pull off trends like oversize Cubic Zirconia rings. Add one in a bright hot pink to an all black outfit to add a little vibe of sexiness.
In your 30s - The key is to look demure and effortless. Women in their 30s have a great sense of self and style. Take advantage of this and rock a vintage inspired CZ ring in oxidized silver with a black stone. It's a little edgy, and it says that you don't take yourself too seriously. Just remember not to go over the top and pair this with leather pants and a studded belt. A little goes a long way...
In your 40s - CZ rings are great for pulling your look together. At this age, many women have acquired a fabulous jewelry collection. But that doesn't mean that you have to wear expensive pieces to look good. Cubic Zirconia rings are just as glamorous and chic - and your friends won't be able to tell the difference.

Rule of Thumb: Wear your Cubic Zirconia ring on your right hand if the stone is significant. If's it's smaller, then sport it on your left hand, along with your watch and a few bracelets.

Posted by diana, I'm writing a jewelry guide blog, there are many articles and pitures about Rings and earrings, especially cubic zirconia rings, clip earrings, CZ rings

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