Can you think of a popular fashion trend that is most consistent on red carpet events? Multiple stacked rings together on one finger become a phenomenal and prominent jewelry trend, dominating red carpet fashion. Countless designs, styles, sizes and shapes have brought versatility and flexibility in ring wear. Complementing flushed together, they are a playful way of mixing and matching vintage and contemporary rings from your jewelry collection.
In particular, diamond stackable rings are a growing cultured trend in wedding jewelry. They contribute to class and amplified brilliance. The ‘wow’ factor often corresponds to diversified stackable looks you can display. The same set of rings can be shuffled to enhance a fresh style, adding to the already beautiful assortments. Diamond solitaire and eternity bands are an incomparable match for stacking. They do not confine you to a single look; rather give a lift to your personality and style.
Considering different ways of stacking your rings? Fortunately, there are no hard or fast rules. While some women like uniformity, others admire eclectic looks in metal choices and widths. It is striking to keep the size of rings same and jiggle around with metal types and shank patterns. For instance, yellow gold mixes well with rose gold, and rose gold harmonizes magnificently with platinum encrusted diamond bands. Along the same lines, a curved shank ring can be stacked with a traditional solitaire.
Variation in diamond dimensions and settings, in which they are placed against each other, also bring variability to this chic trend. A sparkling white infinity diamond ring can be stacked in between two three-stone (or two-toned) stunners. Modern jewelry fashion sets off women piling their fingers with multiple diamond eternity and plain metal bands of different widths, closing them with an oversized solitaire stunner.
Conversely, a decent-sized single diamond accentuated band can be placed in between multiple full and semi eternity bands.
Insertion of solitaire and eternity bands in an alternate manner will set a fashion statement among friends and colleagues.
Further, integrating white diamond with colored ones such as black and blue brings exceptional results. They let you add a splash of vivid colors to your fingers. Multiple rings on multiple fingers are also a well-praised celebrity style.
Stacking family heirlooms with urbane statements can help you maintain past classics and present fashions. No matter which combination we admire most, stacking is never a repetitive jewelry style. This includes both professional environments and social celebrations.