What floats your boat? What rings your bell when it comes to wearing rings?
Many people attach symbolism to rings on each of their fingers. There are fingers for wedding rings, engagement rings, while others may be for wearing rings with other symbolism. You may consider putting your ring on the index finger. It is said to symbolize, self-confidence, ambition and leadership like Sienna Miller did in this photo.
I grew up going to a girls school that allowed only one ring on one hand at a time. It might be why I have always, up until now, worn my rings on "traditional fingers" - although I do like to layer them up - as an extension of the arm candy trend. However, these days, I am wearing on simple white Lynn ring on my pointer finger and it is nice to mix it up. https://www.suetables.com/ca/shop/rings/lynn-ring-white-diamond. Our Nova Scotia rep wears one Saphire on on her baby finger and it looks great.https://www.suetables.com/ca/shop/rings/lynn-ring-sapphire-blue
So, as temperatures dip to the minus teens here in Toronto, Canada and our hands are firmly hidden by gloves and mitts, I say when the snow melts and your hands see daylight, place a ring for your pointer or baby finger. Or, even go big and wear one on your thumb. (Warriors did this in 1800's to protect their hands). It is fun to move our rings around and buy rings for non-traditional fingers. It just might ring your bell.