Double rings
Clockwise from left: rings from Elizabeth and James, Erica Anenberg and Bing Bang

We've been spotting the fused, double-ring trend for some time on young starlets and edgy hipsters. But only recently have these two-finger accessories taken a sleeker, more grown-up turn. Here, the best new ways to join the two-ring circus:

Go delicate Double rings are often spiked and chunky, so to keep your look pretty and age-appropriate, stick with slim, ladylike options like the Elizabeth and James diamond and sterling-silver bar ($395) or the ultra-feminine Bing Bang two-finger ring ($98).

Opt for sophisticated gems The celebs may favor studs and blinged-out monograms, but we like to go a tad subtler with carefully selected, sparingly placed, high-end stones. For instance, we love Erica Anenberg's gold plated, Swarovski-crystal-covered version ($138)--the arch gives it a glamorous, old-fashioned feel--as well as the Southwest savvy of the Soixante Neuf shank ring ($216).

Cheat the look If you're wary of having your fingers cuffed together, get the look, without the linkage, with Bauble Bar's thoroughly brilliant (and lovely) Double Druzy ring ($125). The large, periwinkle stones cover two knuckles, but the sneaky, adjustable band fits on just one finger.

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