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5 tips to create your perfect ring stack

January 16, 2023 2 min read

5 tips to create your perfect ring stack

Looking to upgrade your ring stack for the new year? Look no further! Welcome the new year with some fresh new stacking rings and give your look a stylish update. Because new year, new looks.

Are you ready to create your perfect ring stack?

 

Here are some tips to help you get started:

Determine your style:

Do you prefer a more minimalistic look or are you a fan of bold statement pieces? Figuring out your personal style will help you choose rings that align with your aesthetic. Incorporate gemstones and diamonds. Adding a few rings with gemstones or centering the ring stack round one, can be a great way to bring a little sparkle to your stack.

Ring stack with a oval pink sapphire center and rose gold diamond bands
Ring stack with a oval pink sapphire center and rose gold diamond bands



Mix and match:

Don't be afraid to mix and match different ring styles, textures, and materials. This will add depth and interest to your ring stack. Consider mixing gold, silver, and rose gold for a more eclectic look. Play with texture. Try adding a few rings with different textures like hammered or twisted metal next to plain bands to create an eye-catching look.

Ring stack with gray moissanite center, a wide hammered band and channel set moissanite eternity ring
Ring stack with gray moissanite center, a wide hammered band and channel set moissanite eternity ring



Pay attention to size:

Make sure to consider the width of your rings, especially if you have shorter fingers. It's best to choose thinner, more delicate rings for a more proportional look. If you are blessed with long slender fingers adding some wider bands next to narrow bands creates a stylish look. 

Keep in mind that stacking multilple rings next to each other can make them feel tighter.  If the band you’re buying is 2mm or thinner, order your true ring size. But if you add wider bands you may need to order them 1/4 to 1/2 size bigger. The wider rings stack, the more space you need to give your finger some flexibility.

Yellow gold ring stack with a green Montana sapphire, a plain gold and Louise diamond band
Yellow gold ring stack with a green Montana sapphire, a plain gold and Louise diamond band


Think about balance:

When stacking rings, try to achieve balance by pairing smaller rings with larger ones, or by alternating between different widths.

ring stack with princess ct blue moissanite, flush and french setset diamonds

Ring stack with princess ct blue moissanite, flush and french setset diamonds

Consider low profile vs high profile settings:

Check if all rings in the stack you are designing will stack flush next to each other. If you create your ring stack around low profile center ring with a wider setting, consider adding curved or V-shaped bands next to it to give your center setting a little bit of space. At Nodeform we have a wide range of contoured bands to accommodate many low profile settings. 

Ring stack with low profile rose cut diamond ring, Vicky and Selene bands
Ring stack with low profile rose cut diamond ring, Vicky and Selene bands


Have fun:

Above all, have fun with your ring stack! Experiment with different combinations and don't be afraid to mix things up.



Rose gold ring stack with baguette moissanite and diamond bands
Rose gold ring stack with baguette moissanite and diamond bands

 

 

With these tips in mind, you'll be well on your way to creating your perfect ring stack. Happy styling!

 

 


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