The Art Of Ring Stacking || So Many Rings And 10 Fingers!

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While so many shoes but only two feet is quite a misfortune, so many rings and luckily too many fingers comes in as pure bliss! Bring on the stacking ladies!  Flaunting several rings together and on different fingers is the latest accessory trend that makes an outfit look complete and glamorous. However, it’s good to know and just like good taste and personal style always play a main role in how things end up looking, ring stacking is an expression of one’s artistic talent..

Creativity has always been the word.. Ring stacking, when gone wrong, will be a major fashion disaster! Balance is the name of the game, there’s a thin line between ‘trendy’ and ‘crazy’.. Beautifully manicured fingers is the cherry on top, the fact that ring stacking can be done by anyone is simply priceless!

Here are the Dos and Don’ts that must be adhered to in order to master the art of ring stacking..

 

The Do’s

1 ||  For starters, take a look on what rings you already own then mix rings you already own with new rings you have your eye on. You don’t have to buy all new rings to create the perfect stack. Assess what you already own and which rings would complement each other when stacked.

 

2 ||  Mix simple dainty bands with chunky diamond bands. Don’t worry if two rings aren’t perfectly stacked. Instead, the rings should have an overall cohesive look.

 

3 ||  Incorporate gemstones. Stacking gemstones is fun. Many people have a strong connection to their birthstone, and others identify with another gemstone like sapphire or ruby. Using a gemstone or two in your stack adds color and energy.

 

4 ||  Don’t be afraid to mix different metals and band widths. Stacking rose gold with yellow gold is perfectly acceptable. In fact, many ring stackers prefer the unmatched look. Mix your metals and try to find a color combination that flatters your skin tone. Same goes for band width.

 

5 ||  Use as many fingers as you wish when ring stacking. As a general guideline, we recommend you either wear a couple of rings on multiple fingers, or multiple rings on one or two fingers. Both large and small stacks make a bold statement.

 

6 || Buying a few rings by the same designer or brand will help keep your look together. Additionally, playing with texture or shape in your assortment will help keep it from being too boring or plain.

 

7 ||  Avoid overdoing it.. Even though the idea is to have several rings on one hand or finger, the size of the ring and the rock must be kept small to avoid looking ridiculous. This can mean choosing rings that are thin and have a small centre stone. Alternatively you can wear one ring on each finger instead of two or choose one finger to do the stacking. If you wear two beautiful rings on the index finger and one small one on the wedding finger it will give an elegant look as compared to having rings on all fingers.

 

 8 ||  Be authentic. What you do must match your fashion sense and your personality. A cool, quiet and soft-spoken person wearing many butterfly rings on their hands will look completely out of place. Choose rings that match your personality and express who you are while keeping it elegant.

 

9 ||  Think outside the box. Many of us are used to wearing rings on the middle and ring fingers. Do something extraordinary, like putting a long beautiful ring on the pointing finger and a small one on your pinky. Thumb rings are totally in and there are specific rings made just for it. Leave the middle finger for engagement and ring finger for your wedding.

 

Stacking Golden Rule; Either wear a couple of rings on multiple fingers, or multiple rings on one or two fingers.


 

The Don’ts

1 ||  When in doubt, eliminate the entire possibility of mix and match. Just go for rings of one color, have one flower only and have one metal only for example..

 

2 ||  Stacking never meant you should wear what you have all at once..Do not wear all your rings – there is such a thing as overdoing it. Select just a few rings that will go well together and leave the rest at home. In most cases just two or three rings look good enough.

 

A Look-book Containing Many Stacking Options For You As A Guide…

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