Help! I Have No Idea How to Stack My Rings

In all fairness, it takes a little finessing

Midi. Threadbare. Criss-cross. Thumb? Ring stacking is hard, y'all. But it's a trend that appears to be sticking around for the long haul. So we decided to round up some stylish examples of how to pull off the look like a pro.

Layer Several Thin Bands

Take a cue from the ring-stacking pioneers over at Catbird. Their threadbare rings are perfect for nestling at the base of your fingers while you top those with sporadic midi ones. 

Experiment With New Shapes

Add in a chevron ring, criss-cross style or thick band for a little variety.

Stack Two Standouts

Yes, chunky crystal styles can pile on top of each other.


Or Keep It Delicate

A chain-link ring is ideal for those who prefer a more subtle approach.

Put Your Wedding Rings Into Play

There's no rule that your engagement ring has to go solo.

Accessorize With Nail Art

How to look effortlessly chic: Get a killer mani and scatter in a couple midi rings.

And Any Other Kind Of Jewelry Stack

Don't be afraid to try rings and bracelets. It may feel like too much, but trust, it works.

susan waits

Lousy baker, stellar shopping buddy

You can find Susan either blissfully buried in a pile of clothes or on a plane between L.A. and NYC.