Get your stack on with the hottest fashion jewelry trend!
Here at Davidson & Licht Jewelers, we’re stacking gemstone rings, gold bracelets and diamond necklaces all year long. The key to jewelry stacking is this: the more the merrier...but make it tasteful; like a work of art. You may be unfamiliar to the stacking game, or maybe you are already a pro. No matter where you stack up (pun intended), here are some tips to get you started on your journey to make you a “master stacker”
When it comes to stackable rings, all it takes is one to get you started. Find a gemstone ring that is simple, big, dazzling, or the one you never take off your finger. Once you’ve found your centerpiece, start stacking other gold, silver or rose gold rings to go with it. Try gold stacking rings with different shapes and lines, and experiment with different types of metals like yellow gold rings, rose gold rings, or silver rings, for different color contrast.
There are plenty of ring designers who sell stackable rings in different shapes and colors for the purpose of getting to mix-and-match while you stack. You can wear a nice ring on each finger or pick one finger, such as a right hand ring to have a few cute complementary rings. There’s no right or wrong here!
Next up is your arm; we have luxury bracelets! Stack up to your elbows, stack both arms, you won’t be sorry with bracelet stacks. Diamond bracelets that include different shapes, thickness, and colors can help complement each other and your dainty rings very nicely. Bangle bracelets are always a surefire go-to, but loose and more casual bracelets can also be stacked. When it comes to arm stacking, don’t be afraid to throw in a luxury watch. It adds to the allure and dimension!
Now we get to the fashion necklaces. When stacking necklaces, it’s best to go with simple and delicate pieces that can be easily layered. Maybe one gold necklace has a few small diamonds and the other has a pearl. Less is more when it comes to dainty necklaces.
It is also important that the necklaces be different lengths, so they are all visible on the neckline. It does no good to have three diamond necklaces that are all blocking each other and getting entangled. Sometimes a choker necklace followed by a long necklace can be a very good stacked look. In some cases, necklaces already have multiple layers to them, so it already looks stacked.
There are a few designers who come to mind when we think of the stacking game. Lagos, Marco Bicego, Roberto Coin, Todd Reed, & Penny Preville are great when it comes to ring stacking, bracelet stacking, and necklace stacking.
We hope we’ve gotten your creative juices flowing when it comes to how you’ll stack your jewelry. Remember to always have your pieces build on each other. Find your centerpiece and complement it. Play around with the ring shapes, bracelet colors, necklace gems and metals. Let each piece have its own space to shine and be a star. This is all it takes to be stack-tacular!
Come in-store and meet with one of our amazing associates; they can help you get started and guide you to the perfect stack.