STACKABLE RINGS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STACKING JEWELRY + 5 TIPS ON HOW TO STACK RINGS

STACKABLE RINGS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STACKING JEWELRY + 5 TIPS ON HOW TO STACK RINGS

 

WHAT ARE STACKABLE RINGS?

Quick one, stack-able rings are just like a pile of pancakes, the rings are placed on each other. They stack one on another and you wear them all on the same finger.

Now any rings could really be considered ‘stack-able’, I mean you could stack up anniversary bands (which would work well). The point is, there are no set rules when it comes to stacking rings. It’s all in what you like (and how many you feel comfortable wearing.)

 

STACKABLE RINGS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STACKING JEWELRY + 5 TIPS ON HOW TO STACK RINGS

 WHAT IS STACKING JEWELRY?

We all know that accessory is the best way to express your fashion sense and yourselves. Stacking jewelry makes it’s all easy for us and it allows us to do things with ease. The stacking also means layering multiple ornaments together for an accentuated look.

 

WHAT IS A STACKABLE WEDDING RING?

A stackable wedding ring is a set of multiple rings that sit or nest together in group form. This includes wedding rings, engagement rings, and other additional rings. To crown it all, the wearer can switch or add bands to express personal marks or style special occasions.

 

STACKABLE RINGS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STACKING JEWELRY + 5 TIPS ON HOW TO STACK RINGS

WHAT IS A KNUCKLE RING?

First, the knuckle is defined as a joint of a finger when the fist is closed.  Another name for a knuckle ring is tearing. Furthermore, Knuckle rings are worn above the middle finger instead of wearing the ring low on your finger.

 

WHAT DOES A MIDI RING MEAN?

To start with, midi rings are also known as tea rings or memory rings. MIDI rings are mostly worn midway between the tip of the finger and the first knuckle of the finger. The midi ring sit on the finger above the lower knuckle. Although the style is characterized back to the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages times, when they signified one being wealthy enough to not have to do much manual work, midi rings have become the “it” statement in accessories just within the past year. These classic rings are able to take on new life to add a fun twist. Pair a solid gold ring with a delicate silver midi ring above it. By having nothing else on your hand, you are making this your staple piece and showing off a cool way to mix metals while doing it! The simplicity of this is really what makes it such a signature piece.

It's clear and obvious, most celebrities, models and anyone who have stalked as many red carpets as we have! This season it's all about the layering of the rings and we are here to help you get the look for less with our Fabulist Find of the Week! Stylish and stack-able, midi rings offer a new and exotic way to adorn fingers. Midi rings are part of the larger trend of moving away from big, bold jewelry to smaller, more detailed and delicate pieces. They are usually tiny and elegant, but there are no strict rules- they can be larger if desired. Whether worn alone or paired with traditional, below the knuckle rings, these rings are sure to grab attention and accentuate long fingers and polished finger nails.

Again to rock the ring, you don’t have to buy a special ring -  Just buy midi rings that is smaller in sizes from your normal ring size. Like bangles for the fingers, feel free to wear each on a finger. Celebrities like Rihanna, Heidi Klum, Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé and Miley Cyrus have all been seen sporting the look.

 

CAN YOU WEAR RINGS ON YOUR KNUCKLES?

Knuckle rings are mostly worn above the middle finger. However, standard rings are different from knuckle rings. Having a knuckle ring enhances your fashion sense, draw attention to a good manicure and style.

If you use the right styles and select the ring that's right for you, wearing a knuckle ring can be the extra accessory that you've been searching for. Knuckle rings are different than standard rings because instead of

wearing the ring low on your finger, you wear it above your finger's middle joint.

In addition, knuckle rings are sometimes referred to as tea rings, used for making a resurgence among contemporary trendsetters.

 

STACKABLE RINGS: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STACKING JEWELRY + 5 TIPS ON HOW TO STACK RINGS

WHICH FINGER DO YOU WEAR STACK-ABLE RINGS?

First, start by paying attention to your fingers - There are no hidden secret or rule that guides or state the finger you should wear a ring or how many ring =s should be stacked on a finger. In conclusion the rule that guides the subject is balance. I recommend stacking three to four rings on my finger - a short stack of different sizes and a tall yet simple shape ring.

 

HOW MANY RINGS SHOULD YOU STACK?

We recommend a minimum of three rings - one for marriage, engagement ring, and external love ring(Usually given during anniversary as a gift). 

 

If you use the right styles and select the ring that's right for you, wearing a knuckle ring can be the extra accessory that you've been searching for. Knuckle rings are different than standard rings because instead of wearing the ring low on your finger, you wear it above your finger's middle joint.  In addition, knuckle rings are sometimes referred to as tea rings, used for making a resurgence among contemporary trendsetters.

 

HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU SIZE UP WHEN STACKING RINGS?

Order true ring size if each band is 2mm or thinner. Order 1/2 size larger for bands wider than 2mm and if you plan on stacking at least three rings together. The reason for ordering the larger sizes is because the wider the rings stack, the more you need space for flexibility.

 

HOW DO YOU WEAR A LOT OF RINGS?

Keeping it simple should come first at this point. To keep it minimal, go face down and wear each ring across each finger. Applying the horizontal style of stacking allows you to create space in-between the fingers. You can also wear two rings on each finger and leave a meter or centimeter or inches between the two rings. 

 

5 TIPS ON HOW TO STACK YOUR RINGS

As we all know, it is quite easy to lay bracelets and necklaces. However, when it comes to stacking rings, it can be harder and trickier than it seems. Over the years, most celebrities like Rihanna, Chiara Ferragni, and Kate Bosworth have used different jewelry on the red carpet. However, applying too many rings or a wrong mix would make you look more like a little girl who has been playing with her mom’s jewelry box. Likewise, most well-known celebrities know that a beautifully executed ring/nail close-up can equate to thousands of Insta double taps.

 

 

1. KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY

Another word for keeping it in the family is maintaining the style and era. Dainty pieces embellished with crystals look classic with edgy geometric rings that have silver and turquoise stone chunkier pieces. Also, stick to one style to avoid cohesion.

If you use the right styles and select the ring that's right for you, wearing a knuckle ring can be the extra accessory that you've been searching for. Knuckle rings are different than standard rings because instead of wearing the ring low on your finger, you wear it above your finger's middle joint.  In addition, knuckle rings are sometimes referred to as tea rings, used for making a resurgence among contemporary trendsetters.

2. LESS MATCHY, MORE SKIN

Think of the way the traditional wedding ring met up with the engagement ring next. Now, try to retry the opposite of the point mentioned earlier. Note - The aim is to show off the skin and the rings fixed in-between. 

 

3. EASE OFF ON OTHER JEWELLERY 

Pick just one piece of necklace,  go wild with earrings and leave wrists bare for maximum impact then match your ring theme - a perfect high/low balance. 

 

4. KEEP THEM CLASSY (TO BALANCE GEO SHAPES)

Bracelet or ring or necklace tends to move in cycles, just like ready-made-wears. The finer the ring, the better, which works perfectly for classy stacking. 

 

5. MIX YOUR METALS

Today’s top-ranked jewelry comes in different shapes and quality “Silvers and Golds.” Now, if you try or apply the mixing method. The trick is to disperse them evenly (one hand is gold the other one hand silver is a big no-no) and use a piece that combines its all. Make sure the rest of your jewelry, say earrings, is a combination of both too if you can, for continuity.

 

BONUS - HOW TO ADJUST THE SIZE OF ADJUSTABLE RINGS

Adjustable rings are easier to resize but it must be done carefully and because they are adjustable rings does not mean they should be stretched anyway. 

Unless you don't have your adjustable rings from Satinski, where you would always get an adjustable stick to any ring you order, here are the steps on how to adjust your ring size:

  1. If it doesn’t fit perfectly well and you want it to fit in, follow these three steps:
  2. Kindly use your thumb and index finger to slowly move the band inwards. 
  3. Now, use your thumb to maintain the ring’s round shape by applying pressure at the top.
  4. Repeat the first two steps until the ring fit comfortably.

If feel like enlarging the size to make it fit through your knuckles, follow these three steps: 

  1. I.Start by using your index finger and thumb to move the ring outwards. 
    II. Use your thumbs to apply pressure and  maintain the ring's round shape. 
    III. Repeat first two process until the ring fits perfectly well.  

 

ADVANTAGES OF ADJUSTABLE RINGS

  1. Adjustable Rings are available in numerous designs that cope up with contemporary fashion trends.
  2. Can be reduced or enhanced to the size that is required without using any tool or equipment.
  3. Moreover, such rings can also be studded with gems or any other precious stone.
  4. The material normally used in the making of Adjustable Rings comprises gold, silver, platinum, etc.
  5. Can be further customized as per requirement.
  6. Can be adjusted with mass variations of the donning finger.
  7. As compared to traditional rings, Adjustable Rings are much more convenient to remove.

Comments

  • Kate said:

    Thank you for the education!

    April 06, 2022


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