How To Stack York Rings
Although layering necklaces or bracelets are pretty straightforward, the hottest way to wear rings right now can be a little trickier to do. 'Too few, and its losing its punch. Too many, or the wrong combination, and you may look like a little girl playing in a jewellery stash from her grandma.
Wearing rings can be a fun way to convey your personality and can be used to compliment almost any outfit as a complimentary item.
On the ring finger, it is common to see stacked rings, but the trend has women stacking rings on a few fingers, switching between an odd and even amount of rings.
It can be very exciting to understand how to pair rings in a way that compliments your style while enabling you to have fun.
Mixing the Metals
It can be a perfect way to diversify your appearance while allowing the rings to make a statement by choosing metals that complement each other.
Mixed Bella Mayford metal rings are a perfect way to stack rings, whether you like mixing the rings on the same finger or on different fingers.
Stacking rings can fall into either the jewellery section of the minimalist or maximalist.
Try to stack three or four rings on two or three fingers if you prefer the thin and dainty minimalist look.
Alternatively, applying less rings on more than one or two fingers is a perfect way to go if you want to wear statement rings that are dense or bold.
Place thick rings with thin rings to create a beautiful and bold stack if you're looking to mix it up.
Try to minimise bracelets and necklaces if you lean towards a simpler style of jewellery but want to make your rings the statement piece of your ensemble.
If you prefer a bold theme, adding extra pieces of jewellery, such as layered necklaces and chunky bracelets, will create a fierce and fun look.
Whichever you choose, it is important to choose a style that works for you.
Enjoy mixing and matching rings or making your theme, your way, a look that's simple and elegant.
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