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Why Gothic Rings Rule Not Just For Halloween Costumes Anymore

Five Reasons Why Gothic Rings Rule

Not Just For Halloween Costumes Anymore

Gothic rings are not just a nice accompaniment to a Halloween costume or something to rock on the dance floor on a Saturday night. Gothic rings have been creeping into mainstream style for a while now. In fact, many practitioners of the darker sartorial arts have been flashing Gothic bling in the form of rings in their everyday lives for some time now.

Subtle Enough For Business Or Pleasure

You don’t have to go full-on Marilyn Manson or Hardcore Biker to announce your individuality and edge, a tasteful and a simple, subtle ring can send the right signals to kindred spirits in your business and social circles. Nor are Gothic rings exclusive to those who identify as “strictly Gothic” or “edgy”. An elusive eagle or a subtle skull in topaz, opal, or ruby can also be the perfect accent for business or casual wear.

A Variety Of Designs

Gothic rings can feature various icons, color schemes, and even characters and references from popular culture. Skulls, eagles, tribal patterns, religious symbols, acronyms, and various badass animals are common on Gothic rings. And with a variety of new and innovative designs, it’s never been a better time to buy this badass item of jaunty jewelry.

A Way Of Self-Expression

If you are having trouble figuring out which kind of ring to buy (and there is no reason to limit your self-expression to just one ring), you might want to ask yourself how you see your unique character in the world. If you have a knack for redeeming yourself after a tough time, you may want to consider a design that features a Phoenix rising from the ashes. If you are the kind of person who is in touch with their own mortality, perhaps an iron cross or skull and bones would be the way to go. If you happen to be a Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, or Harry Potter freak, why not get your favorite character on a ring? Perhaps the ideal ring for you has to do with your personal history. You wouldn’t be alone. Many people who have served in the army commemorate their time with a Gothic ring. Others who were raised in religious families commemorate their upbringing with a ring that features a religious symbol.

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