The Now: How To Rock Stacked Rings

How to rock a ring party like Rihanna's.

Celia L. Smith Jun, 09, 2014

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For a cleaner more cohesive look, play up metals in the same family like Rihanna's black gold and black diamond mix here. Also clean lines keep each ring from competing with one another and instead flowing flawlessly together.

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If you're going for rock star status, feel free to pile rings on every finger but limit the chunkier styles to your pointers as the focal point, second largest style on your index fingers and take them down a notch for your ring and pinky finger. Feel free to toss a midi on your ring finger for fun.

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If your MVP (Most Valuable Piece) looks anything like Rihanna's ruby serpent Neill Lane ring, it speaks volumes on it's own. Keep it front-and-center on your middle finger for a statement while stacking rings on your other hand. Also, if you own an amazing pink ring, switch things up, now is the perfect time to rock it as a midi ring.

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For more demure moments, scale all rings down to petite barely-there styles that hold more weight when you stack them. Precious gems like micro pave diamonds and pearls make the look even prettier. Remember, your ring combo's should complement not detract from what you're wearing.

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Rings that take up more real estate, like these Jacob & Co. and Dionea Oricini styles, should play by the "every other finger rule," which means you skip a finger in between these styles for a bit of breathing room. Not every finger needs to be occupied.


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