Dressing up your fingers with rings is similar to the way you style an outfit – it’s definitely more of an art than science, meaning there’s no right way to do it. The “stacking” trend of combining and layering several styles of rings together has fueled the popularity of thin, delicate rings that look great standalone or stacked with other rings. Given the versatility of these stacking rings, we recommend building a collection focused on quality rather than quantity. With a set of our favorite rings, we’ve created different looks for different occasions simply by switching up the placement of the rings and playing with different pairings. Below are some tips on how to stack rings together in a complimentary way for different occasions!
By wearing the rings individually on each finger, you can create a simple & minimal look with an elegant touch that is perfect for everyday wear. This style is also work appropriate, especially for those that may work in conservative industries, as they offer a subtle eye-catching appeal rather being a bold distraction. Opt for rings with different gemstones to add different splashes of color.
Adding a few rings into the mix immediately elevates the overall look, making it perfect for fun occasions (like a coffee date with friends!). We created a statement ring by stacking three of the delicate rings together and also dressed up the the midi section of the finger. When adding more rings into the mix, it’s easiest to focus on a consistent theme that ties all the rings together (stones, colors, metals, shapes, etc.) Here we went with a consistent theme around gold metals and gemstones. Also, the key to placement is making sure to balance the rings across both hands – we’ve created symmetry by dressing up the same two fingers on each hand.
A night out usually involves dimmer lighting, so you can take your ring game up another notch by adding a few more bolder pieces to the mix. We’ve stacked all the delicate rings together to balance out the thicker gold ring and also added more shapes into the mix (arrows and a straight bar). We still remained consistent around the color and gemstones to prevent it from looking too overwhelming. Also, feel free to keep some fingers bare in order to create some negative space to draw attention to the other rings.