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In theory, any ring can be a stackable ring. But that’s just in theory. A stackable ring is a jewelry piece that works well when paired with other rings, even on the same finger. If you want to avoid the dangers of stacking the wrong rings, the easiest way is to buy a stackable ring set. And what about the situation when you want to get more creative and stack different rings? You still need a stackable piece. To get you out of trouble and make styling easier, we have carefully curated a collection of stackable rings. You can get more of them and wear them as a single set on your midi finger or you can get one and style it with your other rings. Scroll down to see our stacking rings and choose the design that matches your personal style....Read more
Why & where to buy a stackable ring?
A stacking ring is not only fashionable, but it can also help you create a statement look. If you want to try the stacked rings look, then you need a piece that was designed to work fabulously with other rings. And this is where out creations come into picture. Each and every one of our stackable rings works great with various designs. You can stack them with solitaire gemstones rings, channel rings and even geometric designs. Take it one step further and get yourself a stackable ring set so that you can always get this look right.
How to style a stackable ring?
The most important rule when stacking rings is to create a common theme. Stack your rings by metal, gemstone or design. For example, choose a gold stackable ring with a band in a ball design and stack it with a silver ring with the same design. Yes, you can mix metals as long as the design is the common theme. Wear a big pair of silver or white gold hoops and a chain bracelet. Choose maxi skirt in a vivid color, an off-white crop top and suede sandals to complete this look.
How to clean a stackable ring?
Rub it gently with a damp lint-free cloth. Keep your ring away from water or harsh chemicals and, if it has gemstones, have the setting inspected once year to make sure the gem is secure in place.