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How to Stack Rings

Stack it up, stack it up

Rings. There are a million reasons why we love these gorgeous little pieces of jewelry. Not only can they spice up any look, they can also say a lot about the person who is wearing them. Rings come in all styles, sizes and materials. One of the biggest jewelry trends of right now is ring stacking. This look is very simple to create, however, there are a few things you might want to keep in mind. We came up with four tips to help you rock this look.


1. It’s all about the base 

If you are afraid of the whole stacking effect looking a little too messy or too much, start with one stack. Pick one finger and start layering a few rings on top of each other. The contrast between no rings and a stack of rings on your hand will create the effect we all want; a statement. This look is the easiest with dainty rings. We love the ‘Everyday Favorites collection by Allana Davison for this purpose. Each ring is gorgeous on its own, but together they make for some serious eye candy! Stack them on top of each other for a more bulky look! ‘Fine Forms by Nilam Farooq is also a great collection for this with some cool designs

2. Front and center 

Another tip for a simple, yet stylish look is the ‘row’ look. How do you achieve this? Bejewel every finger with one single ring. This can best be done with smaller rings. Using minimalistic rings will make this look a serious eye catcher. ‘Minimalistics’ by LoveTheCosmetics or ‘Bound Together’ by Lisa Bender are perfect for a clean look. If you are going for a more edgy look ‘Crystal’ by Augustin Teboul will really get you noticed.

3. We're all in this together

If you like to go for a more thought out stack you can consider rings that were designed to be worn together. An amazing pair is the ‘Aperture Eye’ and ‘Aperture Lash’ rings by Sharima. These rings create a very nice effect whilst still stacking, in a more subtle way. ‘Together’ by Kim Gloss is a more innovative way of stacking. With three different rings there is an endless amount combinations you can make.

4. Keep on stacking

The last tip we have is to just go for it! When it comes to jewelry there really are no rules. Try and see what fits your style, what you like and what looks the best. Mix metals, sizes and gemstones! Take the ‘San Pedro Ring with Onyx in silver for example and pair it with one of the cute rings by Luisa Lion from her ‘Globetrotter Treasures in gold or rose gold. Matchy, matchy can be boring so we recommend going for organized chaos to achieve a more boho look. The ‘Daydream Ring No. 2 and ‘Star Dancer’ rings are perfect for this look.


As you can see there are so many ways to go when it comes the art of styling rings. Accessorizing is a way of expressing yourself and that is why you get complete creative freedom. Don’t forget to check all of the rings we mentioned to create your look. Share your look on Instagram with the hashtag #StilnestStyle.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016
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