Get the Trend: Midi Rings


Midi rings may be small, but they pack a big punch when it comes to style. The midi ring trend has maintained its summer heat as we transition into fall, and now you can get the trendy look for less from Eve’s Addiction as we announce the launch of our new midi rings category!

Midi rings are a type of fashion rings that sit above the knuckle, hugging the finger so that they don’t fly off during everyday activity. Often (quite logically) called “above the knuckle rings,” midi rings have made a huge splash in the world of celebrity fashion, very noticeably spotted on celebrities such as Rihanna. It’s also become next to impossible to browse through fashion blogs without getting a glimpse of the itty bitty bling on bloggers’ fingers.


Sterling silver arrow midi ring’s midi rings are all made of quality sterling silver and are all fully adjustable so that they can be interchanged among fingers and worn at any location on the finger you wish. With the adjustable nature of these rings, you can feel confident that you won’t lose your midi rings.

There are quite a few ways to wear midi rings. If you’re just trying the trend, you can wear one at a time to get a feel for wearing jewelry in a place on the body not usually adorned. For the bolder type, try pairing a midi ring on the same finger as a cocktail ring for a funky contrast, or wear a midi ring on each finger at different heights for a high-fashion look.

Midi rings are incredibly versatile due to their thin, malleable nature. This also makes them perfect for stacking! You could even substitute your favorite thin stackable rings (a few ring sizes down from your normal ring size) for midi rings.


Thin stacking rings a couple sizes smaller than your normal ring size can make cute, stylish midi rings.

What do you think? Is the midi ring trend for you? Would you go with adjustable midi rings or would you rather have the size tailored to you? Check out all of your options at


2 Thoughts on “Get the Trend: Midi Rings

  1.' Jane Lehrman on March 25, 2017 at 11:16 pm said:

    Do you make Midi Rings as small as 3 1/2? All rings larger than that will fall off my finger.

  2.' Page Lucky on March 29, 2017 at 4:54 pm said:

    The smallest we carry is a size 4 midi ring. I hear you though, I wear a 4 myself and it can be challenging finding rings. Sometimes I get a size 4 and have it locally resized if I want something for my pinky, it’s like a few bucks here.

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