One of the biggest hurdles with wearable tech is actually wanting to wear the things. It sounds vain, maybe, but if you’re not aesthetically inclined to wear a smart watch or an activity tracker, all promise of function is worthless. In an effort to be more attractive (literally) to female shoppers, we’re seeing wearables take on a jewelry feel: Jawbone adapted a metal hook closure, Mira has a design that hides its tracker inside of a cuff bracelet, and Tory Burch designed a pendant necklace to disguise Fitbit’s Flex tracker.
Today, the world of pretty wearables gets another win with the launch of Ringly’s “Aries” collection; a quartet of slim, gold-plated bangles in four semi-precious stone options.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.