The High/Low: Bejeweled Snake Rings

These accessories will happily charm some cash out of you

Normally I would probably scream at the sight of a snake slithering across the ground. But a sparkly version wrapped around my finger? Now that's a different story. Eye-catching critter rings are an instant cure for any type of creepy-crawly phobia. They can add an exotic touch to a going-out outfit or turn weekend wear gypsy chic. Get the high- and low- down on these two options:

High: With its turquoise-colored beads and Austrian crystals, this Kenneth Jay Lane Snake Coil Ring looks like it was stolen right out of Cleopatra's jewelry box. The one-size-fits-all, gold-plated piece features hypnotic red crystal eyes -- perfect for warding off evil-doers and frenemies. But be warned: It will take a bigger bite out of your wallet ($250 at Max & Chloe).

Low: Not sure you're ready to invest in a reptile? Then, test out the look with the sapphire and antique gold Two Finger Snake Ring by Rachel Rachel Roy, the designer's lower-priced (but just as stylish) line. Bonus: It's a knuckle ring. So you get more trendy bang for your buck ($48 at Rachel Roy).

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