How to Layer Stackable Rings
Loading multiple fingers with numerous rings is a chic way to attain a maximum layering effect. To nail this trend, you need to keep your look clean and cohesive—but not too matchy-matchy. So seek out thin, dainty rings versus thick, ornate styles as you want the look to be delicate. You can wear a floater midi ring and nothing else on one finger and then pile dainty styles on another. Whether you like to wear lots of tiny, skinny bands or love bright gemstones and big shapes, there's a mix-and-match style out there perfect for you.
1. Decide on a metal—gold, rose gold, white gold or silver—and then play with textures.
2. Mix the Shapes - If all the rings you are wearing are the same color or metal, varying the shapes of the designs with the width of the band will add a slightly more eclectic feel.
3. You don't need a ring on every finger and you don't have to match your hands, for instance you can wear just one thumb ring.
4. Look for rings with special detail like a small stone or crystal to add variation.
5. Change it up! You can mix and match until you find a combo that you really love.
6. Find a Statement Piece! A great idea would be to find one big ring to be the focal point and then choosing smaller rings with thinner bands in tonal metals to compliment the star of the show.
7. Break the Rules! Go all out as there are no rights and wrongs. Pile on all your favorite rings to get your personal touch.