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Wear Stacked Rings

Stacked rings as the name rightly suggests means wearing or stacking multiple rings on a single finger. Since the rings are going minimal, the quantity of rings is going higher. Stacked rings are becoming a must-try trend. It is slowly coming in the limelight and is grabbing attention without screaming ‘I am big and I need attention’. It is like they are commanding it without doing much. There are no rights or wrongs as to how many rings you should stack at a time. It’s all about creating something unique. Wearing a ring on every finger can be a bit tricky. If you are one of those kinds who can rock just about anything, go ahead! But if you are not that much of an ace when it comes to fashion, do avoid stacking rings on each and every finger. That will flat out make you look like a hippy. That is fine if you are looking to adopt that style.

Mixing different materials and metals while stacking your rings makes it look rich and that you’ve put in some thought and creativity and time. Play around with colors and textures. Don’t be afraid to mix gold, rose gold, platinum or silver. They add a variety and make you look like a true fashionista. Mix different sizes like bands with thin rings. You get the drift, right? An ornate ring can be mixed with ‘barely there’ rings.

Minimalistic rings can be mixed with an oversized cocktail ring. They are enough to draw that needed attention. If going over the top is not you, then you can simply stack multiple thin rings and look effortlessly chic. Sterling silver ring or a thin gold ring or a band is something that looks timeless. Another way to add a rocking edgy twist to this is to stack on some midi rings. Midi rings are rings that are worn halfway just above the knuckles, usually a centimeter above.