My Rings: The Stories Behind Them + Where I Got Them
Although this ring was given to me I did find the exact ring online! The ring is 14k gold plated and retails for $30.49 on Overstock.com.
Love Tatum. I met Tatum at a blogger event back in November 2013 and fell in love with her gold plated jewelry and gemstone rings. Not only was she incredibly sweet but I found that her jewelry was very unique, minimal, and feminine. I've been wanting to purchase a Love Tatum piece ever since that event, and after a lot of window shopping I finally caved in and purchased my very first ring. This ring will always remind me of that blogger event when I was wishing to buy one of her pieces and it's also going to remind me of blogging in general. It takes a lot of perseverance to keep blogging and this ring will remind me of how much I truly care about my blog.
You can find this ring and more on the Love Tatum website for $78. If you live in San Diego you can head over to some of my favorite local shops like Simply Local, Pigment, and the San Diego Library Gift Shop.
Montaj Jewelry and they are also 24k gold plated, but they have a semi-precious stone instead of a gemstone. The metal also looks more worn in, which I happen to enjoy. I usually wear three rings at a time but I have to say that I like the look of the four rings stacked, so maybe I'll start wearing them this way. These rings were bought at the beginning of a new journey so it will always take me back to that turning point when someone finally hired me.
The Montaj Jewelry rings retail for $12 at Simply Local and some San Diego farmers markets. They do have an Etsy store but they don't have the rings listed on there. You can send them a message through Etsy and they might just put the rings up.
I really hope you enjoyed this blog post, even if it's a little different from my other posts. I really enjoyed getting to talk about my favorite pieces of jewelry and sharing some of the stories attached to these rings.
So tell me a little about your favorite rings in the comments below. I would love to hear your stories!