…No, not jewelry made from bird bones. Although that’s probably in the making somewhere and would look great with a Rodarte dress.
I’ve inherited my mother’s thin bones, resulting in witch-y fingers and wrists. We know all too well that being small in any way is usually a good thing in matters of fashion, unfortunately.
But ladies with “bird bones” also know that it’s nearly impossible to buy bangles or rings that won’t fall off unless you keep your forearms positioned at right angles all day.
For this reason, I’m quite excited to see stretch rings growing in availability. It’s not the most sophisticated sort of band, but with these babies, one size fits all really fits all!
“Black Heart” ring by Betsey Johnson, on sale for $19 at Nordstrom
Catalog Favorites 14k gold-plated textured ring, $24.98
Hinged bracelets are also wonderful.
Klea’s Double Frog Cuff bracelet, $54.95 at Linens-n-Things for reasons I don’t understand. But isn’t it strangely appealing?
Also: If two frogs kiss each other, do they turn into gay princes?
One more suggestion for the small-handed: toe rings worn as pinky rings.
Step 1. Wash it off
Step 2. Look pimpin’