A model's hands wearing Pandora stackable rings in silver and Pandora rose

How to Stack Rings

Whether you’re into simple styles or statement pieces, let your personality shine by mixing your favourite rings in new ways. Learn how to create different combinations with our useful guide featuring a range of styles and finishes.

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Style tips for stacking rings

Wondering how to wear stacked rings? Discover our three simple style tips to find out more.

Choose focus fingers

A great tip for styling stackable rings is to choose focus fingers. Instead of accessorising every finger, style only a few with stacking rings and leave the rest bare. This will help create a chic, balanced effect.

Accessorise with colourful stacking rings

If you want to channel a bold look, choose stacking rings in contrasting colours and designs for maximum impact. For example, you could pair a blue wishbone ring alongside a rose gold ring.

Create a wedding ring stack

Want to know how to stack wedding and engagement rings? A popular method is to style your finger with your engagement ring first, followed by your wedding ring. You can choose to wear them alone or team them with other stacking rings you already own. It all comes down to what suits your style. If you want to mark a special occasion, be dazzled by our lab-created diamond rings.

Many people also wonder how to keep stacked rings from spinning. If you have one particular ring that seems to spin every time you wear it, simply stack a larger ring on top to stop it from doing this.

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Mixing metals

If you’re new to stacking rings, you might want to stick to an all-silver or all-gold combination. However, mixing metals is a great way to add excitement to your look, so don’t be afraid to do so. A simple way to do this is to mix two metals. Choose a statement ring in one metal, then incorporate the other metal with smaller, daintier stacking rings.

For more inspiration on stacking and styling rings, watch our video.