I love to create different looks and new ideas with stackable rings. I hope the ring stack trend stays around a long time. It’s so fun to mix and match dainty bands and statement rings to create interesting and unique looks to go with your many different outfits. Today, I’m sharing my guide to stackable rings along with some of my favorite pieces.
Stackable Ring Styling tips:
Tip 1: Don’t be afraid to mix and match metals. I typically stick to one metal for my whole hand, especially for work or a more formal event. However, do not be afraid to mix and match metals. The mixed look is perfect for a music festival or more fun and casual event. If you are going to mix, I recommend maxing out at 2 different metals. Think gold and silver, or rose gold and platinum, etc.
Tip 2: Pick one statement ring and build around it. Picking one ring to start is the easiest way to build a ring stack. This needs to be the focal point. You can either use your engagement ring, a cocktail ring, a unique metal ring or something else. Once you decide which ring will be your statement ring, decide which finger you want to put it on. I recommend either your ring finger or your middle finger. I’m using this statement ring from Leola Reis Jewelry in Atlanta. I also have the matching bracelet.
Tip 3: Leave at least one finger bare. Putting a ring on every finger is a little too Phoebe Buffay for my taste. I recommend leaving at least one finger bare. I typically go with a pinky or a pointer finger.
Tip 4: Find some excellent staple bands. I love these stackable rings from Aurate because they have so many different patterns, textures and sizes. The two dainty gold bands in my stack are from Aurate. They also have statement rings that are wider or have colored stones. I also love stackable rings from Nordstrom and Bauble Bar.
Tip 5: Vary your finger placement. Don’t push the rings to the base of your finger across your hand. If you push the ring all the way down on your ring finger, then on your middle finger let it rest near the tip of your finger. This will prevent them from hitting each other and create a variation.
I love this trend and think there are so many great options and variations for the perfect ring stack.
Where do you like to find your stackable rings?