Ring on THE COLORS OF GOLD
Once unthinkable, mixing rose, white and yellow gold together today is one of the hottest trends in jewelry. White gold is the foundation of the look and it's always safe to pair a rose or yellow gold ring with a white gold ring. If you mix all three, white gold is best placed in between pieces.
Your perfect look:
STACKABLE DIAMOND RINGS
Start with a few elegant favorites. Layer them on one finger or wear across multiple fingers. Mix colors and metals. Experiment with shapes and lines. Because, when it comes to stackable diamond rings, there's no such thing as too many.
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Shades of summer:
STACKABLE GEMSTONE RINGS
Mixing colored gemstones in a stack of rings creates a dramatic look, especially when you design your stack with deep, rich shades of blue and red. For a more subtle look, you can also use gems in different hues of the same color family. If your rings feature larger stones, alternate them so the gems don't line up vertically.
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Stacking Rings: The Trend
Stacking rings is a popular trend and a great way to express your unique style.
Try creating a look that is balanced without completely matching. One way to do that is to keep one element consistent. For example, stick with rings of the same metal, but mix texture and widths. Or choose a common gemstone color, but mix metals. If you aren't sure which colors would look best, use your nail polish or outfit as a starting point.
Rediscover rings you already have
You may not have to buy all new rings to create a stylish stack. Instead, begin with what is already in your jewelry box. This gives you a new way to look at rings you haven't worn in a while.
How many fingers? How many rings?
There are no definite rules for how many rings you should wear. Think about what is most comfortable for you and what looks best with your outfit. If you want a subtle look, wear rings on just a few fingers or keep your stacks small. If you want a bold look, mix in a few statement rings and some larger stacks.
Lifestyle is also important to keep in mind. Are you active and sporty? Do you use your hands for work? Is your office more casual or more formal? Consider these factors when deciding how many rings to stack and on how many fingers.
Now that you have a few ideas, open your jewelry box and start stacking!
Whether stacked on one finger or across multiple, layering rings is a trend that's simply unstoppable! Best of all, you can't make a mistake - it's all about fun and mixing the right selection of rings to match your style. That said, knowing just a few tricks can help you create a stack that's well-matched and fashionable.
Offset thin bands with chunkier rings, for example, and bold with simple. Go ahead and mix yellow, white and rose golds. Even old-fashioned rings from grandma can look great in a stack combined with more modern styles.View Less