Ring Stacking Tips
Pictured: Aquamarine Cleo Ring, Silver Herringbone Stacking Rings, Gold Thin Faceted band, Micro Aurora Gold and Diamond Stacking Ring, Gold Fragment Eternity Band, and Montana Sapphire Aurora Solitaire
Ring stacks are one of my favorite things to play with because there are endless possibilities! Here are a few of my go-to tips to inspire new combinations of statements, stackers, signets, and more.
Pictured: Vermeil Ignite Collar, Emerald Cut Diamond Large Aurora Pendant, Gold and Diamond Micro Aurora Stacking Ring, Gold and Diamond Small Aurora Stacking Ring, Large Aurora Silver and Diamond Stacking Ring, Pinnacles Ring, Labradorite Cleo Ring
1. GO BIG WITH BALANCE
Have a staple statement ring? Instead of wearing it on its own, try balancing it out with ring stacks on other fingers.
Pictured: Bronze Thin Denali Bangle, Silver Thin Denali Bangle, Bronze Denali Bangle, Silver Aura Bangle, Yellow Bronze Aura Bangle, Gold Nova Eternity Band, Gold Thin Faceted Band, Gold Fragment Eternity Band, Small Silver and Diamond Aurora Stacking Ring, Large Gold and Diamond Aurora Stacking Ring, Micro Silver and Diamond Aurora Stacking Ring
2. MIX YOUR METALS
Silver and gold go together like wine and cheese. Don’t be afraid to style both metals in the same stack.
Moss Aquamarine Cleo Ring & White Diamond Aurora Solitaire
3. PLAY WITH COLOR
Different gemstones can play off of one another to enhance the other’s color. You can even stack a colorful gemstone ring next to your engagement ring for a great white/color contrast.