How to Stack Rings

How to Stack Rings 

I am loving the stacked rings look lately and wanted to help you make it easier to try this look out. I feel like my hands are so boring when I wear just 1 ring. I started my ring stack with basic bands and then added bands with texture and varying thickness.

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Choice 2 to 3 fingers on each finger that you would like to adorn. The first sent of bands that I started with were basic thin gold bands in varying sizes from the first nuckle, second nuckle, and different finger sizes. Then, you can add textured bands like this gold hammered ringgold treaded stackable ring, and these beaded silver, gold and rose gold rings.

The way to make your ring stack stand out from the crowd is to throw in a pop of color, sparkle or cool shape ring to the mix. I love this simple garnet ring. If you are looking for a cool shape and sparkle, check out these shape rings.

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I love all the sparkles and especially that purple ring in this photo. Also, notice that the matte gold metals are all the same.

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This is a classic grouping that looks good with everything. You can add some sparkle by adding in a little diamond accent band.

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I love all these shapes and how thin the bands are. Also, feel free to mix metal colors like gold and silver or silver and rose gold.

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Which stack is your favorite? Feel free to add links to your favorite ring stacks below.

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