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Looking for a new toering?
There are lots of things to consider before buying a toering.
Once, you’ve determine the general type and style you’re looking for, have a look at these sites for the best selection of toerings…
These are my favorite places to shop online for toerings…
Body Candy — they have body jewelry for all of your parts. Choose from hand painted, sterling silver, crystal, 14K gold, 10K gold, and playboy toerings.
Amazon — they have everything under the sun. For the most variety in toerings, check here first.
Jewel Basket — they have several pages of 14K gold toe rings.
Chapman Jewelry — they have both fitted toe rings and adjustable toe rings to choose from.
FootCandy — they have a wide variety of toerings in the following categories: gold, platinum, crystal, silver, and LUP toerings that are made for stacking.
Toerings.com — they have toe rings for both guys and
Tropical Toes — they have custom fitted toerings in a variety of styles, including Hawaiian designs, accented bands, and toerings with precious stones.
Sassy Toe — they have some of the most fun toerings to choose from, including sized sterling silver toe rings, adjustable toe rings, and stretch illusion toe rings. (Don’t miss their double toe rings… made to go around two toes!)
Etoering — they have a very large collection of sterling silver adjustable toe rings including: plain, Celtic knot work, carved-in/out, cut-out and even enamel pattern decor in various fashion designs.
Tropical Toes Maui — they have the best selection of toerings made of precious metals and accent bands — with and without stones. These are also among the most expensive.
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