Ring Stacking Guide

Ring for Ring Stacking Look

One ring was yesterday: the ring stacking look is all the rage! Combining several rings on one hand or even on one finger takes your ring game to a new level. There are hardly any rules: whatever you like is allowed.

What does ring stacking mean?

Ring stacking involves combining several rings with each other, "stacking" them, so to speak. Several rings can be worn together in ring stacking, both on one hand and on a single finger. Whether coarse or filigree rings: you can mix and match wildly in ring stacking. Different colours, glittering stones, pearls and enamel can also be used here.

What should I look out for in ring stacking?

Ring stacking is about combining several rings with each other, but you should be careful not to overload your hand. The rings should not interfere with everyday life and should not restrict the mobility of the hand. This can happen especially with coarse, wide rings if too many of them are combined. For this reason, filigree rings in particular form a good basis for ring stacking or ring layering. Several filigree rings worn on top of each other or next to each other can be combined to form a delicate ring stacking. A single filigree ring can also form a good basis for a wider ring.

Our Bullet and Consistent rings are particularly suitable as basic rings for a ring stacking look. These are delicate and can be stacked well.

If you want to incorporate glitter into your ring stacking, you should go for the Clear Shine or the Rainbow Shine Ring. The Magic Cube Ring is also great for stacking looks.

 

Things get a little rougher with the Revival, the Unique One, the Two Track, the Twirl or the Triplex ring. These can be worn alone on one finger or in combination with a filigree ring.

The Zeal, Zeal Statement, Ripple and Amaze rings can make a statement on one finger. These are particularly suitable for wearing alone on one finger.

There is no general rule about the maximum number of rings that can be worn together when stacking. How many rings you can combine depends mainly on the width of the rings. If you have a good mix of fine and coarse rings, you can wear as many as five rings on one hand. If only fine rings are combined, it is often possible to wear more. For beginners, a more restrained variant with two to three rings per hand is suitable.

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Frequently asked questions about ring stacking:

Can I combine several rings on one finger?

Simple answer: yes! The longer the finger, the more rings can be worn on it. The middle finger and ring finger are particularly suitable for wearing several rings on top of each other. The same ring can be worn several times, but also completely different rings can be combined on the same finger. How many rings can be worn on one finger also depends on the width of the rings. Wide rings can usually be worn by a maximum of two on top of each other, while filigree rings can be worn by up to four.  

 

Can I combine gold and silver rings in ring stacking?

Bicolour looks are still very much in vogue, and combining gold and silver is definitely allowed in ring stacking. Plain rings in particular are great to combine in gold and silver, creating a cool, modern ring stacking look. Gold and silver rings can also be worn together on one finger. The great thing about the bicolour trend is that you can easily combine favourite pieces such as an engagement ring, wedding ring or heirloom with your favourite new rings without having to make sure that all the rings are the same colour.

You can find even more tips on combining jewellery on our blog or in our jewellery guides.

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