A woman is never without accessories. She always has a set for every place and occasion – the office, a night out with her man, a night out with her lady friends, and the outdoors.

Today, we shall concentrate on women who are as much of corporate warriors as they are jewelry lovers – ring lovers to be exact!

We came up with easy-to-follow tips on how to pair your office outfit with your rings. Read on and learn, ladies.


Find a RING that COMPLIMENTS your attire.  


This is a very basic principle – lay down a great corporate wear, say a pinstriped skirt-and-blazer ensemble paired with a white inner blouse. Pay attention to the buttons of both the blouse and the blazer. If both are white, then go for a white gold ring. Much better if it has a solitaire diamond on it!

However, if the buttons are yellow, make sure to pick out a gold diamond solitaire ring. Remember, the key word is COMPLIMENTARY. You want to look well put-together and fashion-forward, NOT CLUTTERED and mismatched.

Lastly, based on the attire and ring, put on a pair of earrings, a bracelet, neckwear, and a wristwatch to complete that smashing corporate attire of yours.


Let your RING SHINE.


Fancy a white, silky blouse-and-pencil-cut-skirt number? That’s easy. White blouses and skirts are often paired with either a silver or a white gold ring, alongside other pieces of jewelry.

Silk blouses make a diamond ring set on a white gold band pop! That will make your whole look smashing; and, can easily take you from boardroom meetings to dinner parties later in the evening.

Complete your look with a pair of stud earrings, a simple necklace, a bracelet, and a watch – all of which has to be in white gold or silver.


Do the REVERSE pairing.


Say, you have a House of Diamonds 5-Stone Brilliant Moissanite Engagement Ring in white gold and you want to wear it to work. Here’s what you should do. Let the ring guide you on what to put on for the day.

We’re sure that you’re allowed a day to dress down and look casual. For some offices, especially advertising agencies and publication houses – denims paired with flirty blouses are acceptable.

That said, take out your favorite pair of skinny jeans and match it with a cute-but-romantically styled cotton-candy pink blouse. Finish the ensemble off with nude stilettos.

Now, your ring has to be in good company – a simple pair of earrings, a thin-chained neckwear, a thin-link bracelet, a wristwatch, and YOUR RING. And, you’re all set!

Got any other tips on how to find the right ring for your office attire?  We’d love to hear your thoughts.  Leave us a comment and we’d be more than happy to swap notes with you.