How to Shop & Wear Solid Gold and Silver Stacking Rings

How to Shop & Wear Solid Gold and Silver Stacking Rings

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How to Wear Stacking Rings?

The long-standing trend of stacking rings started in the 19th century with independent designs creating small hearts, flowers, and other motifs in various metals. As people entered the new millennium era, women realized that it was alright for them to buy rings for themselves. Today, stacking rings are marketed for self-purchasers as well as couples for special occasions. At Helen Ficalora, our collection of stacking rings is sold in solid 14 karats of yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, and sterling silver. Read along to discover how stacking rings offer a fashionable way to show off your unique style.  


What Are Stacking Rings?

The stacking ring trend began to explode during the late 90s and early 2000s. The trend of stacking rings continues to grow stronger and become more prevalent in casual wear as well as high fashion. The ring stacking or layering simply refers to wearing multiple rings on one or more fingers, and usually is made up of dainty rings. At Helen Ficalora, our stacking rings collection page includes rings with various motifs on them that can mean something very memorable to you. It also includes a gemstone stacking ring with various gemstones as well as a birth jewel stacking ring with gemstones and diamonds on them. The majority of the stacking rings at Helen Ficalora are known as solid gold stacking rings because they are all made up of pure metals. You can also buy silver stacking rings at Helen Ficalora. Hence, we have a wide variety of stacking ring collections at our store dedicated to you.  

Gold Stacking Rings


How Do You Size a Stacking Ring?

When it comes to sizing for stackable rings, you need to account for how exactly you want to stack them. Midi rings are stacking rings that are usually worn in between your nail and second knuckle. Midi rings are typically around 3-4 times smaller than your usual ring size. It is always better to measure your finger rather than simply guessing. Helen Ficalora is known for its best customer service. If you don’t know how to choose your stacking rings, then we will always be there by your side to help you purchase your ideal rings.


Can You Wear a Stacking Ring On Its Own?

It is completed okay to wear stacking rings on their own. Many jewelry aficionados prefer more subtle and dainty pieces that add a touch of elegance. At Helen Ficalora, our rings are beautiful enough to be worn on their own. Our collection includes Shell Stacking RingAngel Wing Stacking RingGemstone Stacking Ring. We also have rings such as Gemstone Stacking Rings With Diamonds that can be used for special occasions. 

Gold Stacking Ring

How Many Rings Should I Stack on One Hand?

The amount of rings you would wear in a stack is completely up to them. They can customize their stack according to their preferences. Most ring fingers will comfortably fit three or four stacking rings. However, it also depends on the size and shape of the rings. At Helen Ficalora, we have rings that are suitable for all hand sizes. Hence, go to our store right now to shop for your ideal stacking ring.  


How Do You Make a Good Ring Stack? 

At Helen Ficalora, we have a huge selection of unique stacking rings made of the highest quality materials. In order to make a good ring stack, it is important to consider the mix of metals, you could possibly leave at least one finger bare. It is important to incorporate chunky pieces to create variety in your collection. You add vibrant color with a gemstone stacking ring. In addition to all these statics, you can tell a strong with meaningful shapes such as CrossHamsaMoon & Star

Baby Heart Stacking Ring With Diamond

Baby Heart Stacking Ring With Diamond

$ 250.00

Every ring lover needs a reliable set of stacking rings, and this stackable heart ring will perfectly top off any gold ring stack! Set with a single, sparkling diamond, this delicate small heart diamond ring will look gorgeous when worn… read more