How to Rock Handfuls of Rings like Rita Ora

Rita Ora loves a good arm party, but the British singer is really known for rocking rings on at least six fingers at once. (Dare we suggest her noticeable bling caught the eye of mentor Jay-Z?) Ora's most winning jewelry combos combine tough styles with different metals and even some eyeballs thrown in the mix. We've rounded up some of her go-to ring designs for a comprehensive shopping guide so you can decorate your digits in a similar fashion. Matching metallic manicure is optional (but pretty great).


If you've been paying close attention like we have, you may have noticed Ora's Mickey Mouse skull ring (Lady Gaga also wore it in her "Telephone" music video). It's made by London jeweler The Great Frog, and sadly is sold out. They do have many other awesome skull designs like the Small Winged Skull ($146), but there are loads of skull rings on the market for cheap. For starters, we're obsessed with the ASOS Battered Skull Ring in rose gold ($7.76). House of Harlow makes several cool skull rings like this smiley one on a tribal band ($45) and this Gold Plated Skull and White Pearl Ring ($48). This cool Ram Skull ring ($12.95) adds major style and texture to your grip.

Evil eyes
Ora frequently sets her gaze on new eye rings. For the eyeball effect pictured above, Etsy has great options like this Blue Eyeball Bronze Ring ($14) and Blue EyeBall Ring ($10). The Low Luv by Erin Wasson Silver-Plated Evil Eye Ring ($25) has a more tribal/less creepy feel. We like the gold Scandi Eye Ring from TopShop ($25), and if you're looking for a bedazzled version Real Housewife Jill Zarin (really?!) made a cool crystal-embellished version ($45).

The Blu Bijoux Cluster Chains Ring ($20) looks a lot like one Rita Ora frequently rocks. Nasty Gal's Triple Chain Ring ($18) is a playful piece, and the Topshop Mixed Chain Multi Ring Pack ($28) is great bang for your buck.

One of Ora's favorite rings is the Jennifer Fisher Vertebrae Ring ($200). We know it's pricey, so thankfully there are many similar styles available for less. If you're feeling morbid, the My Enemy "It's The End Of World As We Know It, and I Feel Fine" The Decay Oxidized Rhodium Ring ($38.25) looks cool scaling up your finger. We also like the Spine Ring from Need Supply ($22), which is more like spikes than bones.

Finger armor

We just stumbled on this fantastic Armor-Dillo Ring ($20) and bought it instantly. This Nasty Gal Armor Knuckle Ring ($10.50) is a nice alternative to the vertebrae. And our last discovery is a bit of an investment, but this Low Luv Armor Knuckle Ring ($80) is a total statement piece.

Multi-finger rings
These can be a little played out, but we found some great options we know Rita herself would love. We're dying for this Wildfox Couture Spike Ring ($45) that stretches across three fingers and the Berkeley Bar Ring from Urban Outfitters ($16) doubles up for a modern twist.

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