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A little heavy metal for a sunny afternoon

I might be a bit late on this one, as everyone – and I mean everyone – has covered the whole ring-heavy hands trend, but when I saw these on Maria Nilsdotter, I had to do something. And, surprise, surprise, that …

Wed, Feb 3, 2010, 12:27

   

I might be a bit late on this one, as everyone – and I mean everyone – has covered the whole ring-heavy hands trend, but when I saw these on Maria Nilsdotter, I had to do something. And, surprise, surprise, that something was to make a collage!

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I’ve never been a huge ring person, as I have quite stubby fingers (by my own reckoning) and they’ve always just served to cut my fingers off at the essential slenderising point, but for these babies I’m sure I could make an exception. The key here seems to be to pile ‘em up in an irreverent fashion, caring not for norms and matching (I’ve never been a big fan of matching in any case) and hope for the best. Plus, they might give you crazy-good biceps, Michelle Obama style. . .

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