It’s time to flaunt your personality, and these eye-catching clay rings are the right way to do that.

We’re sure you’ve seen the buzz revolving around these chunky vibrant rings lately, and we can’t help but adore how appealing they are. Gone are the days of sticking to minimal yet dainty jewellery because going bold and bright is what’s currently trending right now – and we love it. Playful and decorative, these fashion jewellery staples are so adorable, that it exudes a fun Y2K personality into your ensembles – this is a major throwback to the 90s kids.

From animal-shaped designs to abstract lines and decorative enamel, these quirky silhouettes are an endless love affair to fashion enthusiasts. If you’re not confident about it yet, here’s how you can style it: you can either stack it on by wearing different colours and shapes on each finger or flaunt one chunky design that represents your personality. What’s great about it is how effortless you can match your outfits from casual to sporty and preppy – there are no rules.

Not only do they give off this feel-good feeling of embracing these ring silhouettes from the early 2000s, but the fact that you can DIY them yourself makes it even more personal, as seen on Tik Tok.

We know how hard it is to stay motivated while you’re stuck indoors, but maybe activating your creative juice by making your own rings will help? Think about what colours you’d like to be seen in every day and what funky shape you can try recreating. Click play below to see a step-by-step guide to making your clay rings via Youtube. However, if you’re looking for something hassle-free and have zero time to make one, we’ve found a few local shops that you can purchase from with ease.


Featured image credit: Instagram/@shiprart; Hero image credit: Instagram/@gummy_pieces

This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Kuala Lumpur.

Amalina Anuar
Senior Writer
A writer by day and spin instructor by night. Amalina fuels her day with anything that’s covered in chocolate and breaking a sweat in the spin studio. With fashion and music as inspiration, you can find her obsessing over her favourite artist's music videos or swaying to funky tunes at live gigs.