Ring Party: How To Stack Rings Like A Pro

a lesson in layering

Photographed by Tory Rust, Styled by Jenna Igneri, Nails by Eda Midori/Lady Fancy Nails.

Jewelry is the most versatile of accessories: It can add depth to the simplest outfits and perfectly accent any look with just the right piece. At NYLON, when it comes to styling our day-to-day looks, we love our jewels to be a bit over-the-top—and when it comes to rings, we say the more, the merrier.

Don't know how to stack rings? Toss out the rule that less is more, and layer them on. Not big on piling up bands? The following gallery will serve as an inspiration for even the subtlest of jewelry wearers too. Whether you’re into pops of color or looking for a more daintier, delicate look, there are a handful of styles this season that will fit your personal style, not to mention, create a stellar photo op for your Instagram page. Click through the gallery to check out how we interpreted five jewelry trends for spring. 

Note: We advise against hosting a ring party in the presence of an open knit sweater or a silk slip dress, as the results may prove to be disastrous. 

 

Photographed by Tory Rust, Styled by Jenna Igneri, Nails by Eda Midori/Lady Fancy Nails.

Blingy
Pile on your diamonds and crystals for a look that glitters and shines—the sparklier the better.

Right hand, from left to right, bottom to top:
nOir, MashUp Ring, $176, similar styles available at nOir Jewelry; Effy Jewelry, Pave Classica 14K White Gold Diamond Ring, $1,553, available at Effy JewelryFallon, Pave Labyrinth Double Ring, $475, available at FallonR.J. Graziano, Swirl Ring, $55, available at R.J. Graziano;

Left hand, from left to right, bottom to top:
nOir, Diana Double Ring, $80, available at nOir JewelryKonstantino, Classic Diamond Pave Cross Ring, $3,650, available at Neiman MarcusBrooke Persich, Duo Ring in Sterling Silver and Black Diamond, $158, available at Brooke PersichErickson Beamon, Jane The Ripper Ring, $503, similar styles available at Erickson Beamon.