Style + How To Wear It

The Monday Outfit: A Modern Ring Stack

Stacking rings is one of my favorite jewelry looks.  It’s a wonderful way to wear lots of jewelry without it looking overwhelming.  This photo from Stone and Strand shows a simple, impactful look that’s easy to recreate.  Let’s ring it up.

Thin Band // A thin band like this one from Brook and York is great for layering, but it also looks perfectly dainty solo.  If you want one with a little more pop, this beaded ring from Baublebar is a great option.

Pave Band // I went a little thicker with my pave band because I love the sparkle.  And this Adriana Orsini ring with three rows of stone work is a lovely choice.  Want something thinner?  This Nadri band is right on time for that subtle shimmer.

Thick Band // This medium-width band from Brook and York is a great anchor piece for your ring stack.  It’s the perfect blend of statement ring and every day basic.  Want to get your ring stack pre-made?  Baublebar has this band and two thin ones for <$75.  (They also have them in silver.)

Textured Band // Adding a band with a different texture really lifts this look — you get simple, sparkle and the unexpected all in one stack.  This Roaju knotted ring feels like the perfect choice at the perfect price.  I also love this sophisticated chain link ring from Missoma.  And Baublebar also has a stacking set that includes thin rings with a chain ring that’s worth a look.

Nail Polish // I love a soft polish for every day wear.  I know grieve has been popular for a few years, but I feel like it always makes me look like I have frostbite.  Instead, I wear this nude-mauve polish from Deborrah Lippmann called Modern Love.  It gives you the softest hint of color and looks more grown-up to me than pale pink.

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  1. Ana says:

    This is great! Thanks!

    April 28, 2021/Reply
  2. Rachel says:

    Try PAVOI (you can find on Amazon or their website). I am SO impressed by the variety and quality, especially at the absolute steal of a price point.

    May 3, 2021/Reply