Stacking rings is truly an art form in itself. There are so many variations in metals to choose from when it comes to stackable rings it can be a bit overwhelming. The good news is that there's no right or wrong way to stack your rings, there's simply just your way! Below are some tips/tricks to help you get that perfect stack.
- Mix up the metals! You can always play it safe by keeping everything one color, but mixing Rose and White Gold, or Yellow and White Gold, can be just as chic! Picking two colors is key, find a dominant color and accent your ring stack with the other.
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- Don't overdo it. It's easy to overdo a stack. Sometimes adding just one more makes your stack go from 0-100, so it's suggested to leave at least one finger bare.
- Vary in size and shape. The best way to find a good balance, is to find rings that are not balanced. Add thin and thick rings, textured and plain, with and without gemstones to create a visually appealing and unique look.
- Start a stack with your statement ring. The statement ring can be an engagement ring or wedding band (if you have one), or simply any ring you choose. This should be the boldest ring on your hand as you'll be accenting it with all the fun little stackable rings you add.
- Add some sparkle. Adding an eternity band, or two, is a great way to keep the stack looking classy. There are plenty of affordable options out there from lab diamonds to adding a pop of color from gemstones like sapphires or rubies (we're loving "The Celeste" by Benchmark Rings right now!).
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- Keep it classic. Adding a thin, plain gold band is always a must in any stack! Textured bands are great for adding a bit of flair, but don't sell the plain polished/satin bands short. It's always a good idea to have at least one or two simple bands added to your stack collection.
- Don't forget about your other hand! We know you're excited to be getting your stack together, but don't leave the other hand bare. You don't need the same amount of rings on both hands, but keeping a good balance is definitely important. Your second hand can sport a few dainty/thinner bands that help accent the stack on your other hand.
We hope our list has helped you on your journey to the perfect stack. Don't be afraid to express yourself, mix up colors and textures, and just have fun with it!