Your No-Brainer Guide to Mixing and Matching Your Favorite Rings
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Arm party, what? These days it’s all about rings on rings on rings. We zoomed in on our favorite blogger outfits and found some of the coolest ring pairings around. From mixed metals to edgy layering, there’s a stylish look for every personality. So what are you waiting for? Stack ‘em up!
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Irina Lakicevic of A Portable Package
Instead of a traditional stack, place rings at different sections of your fingers, starting with the base and moving to the first and second knuckles.
Rings by Maria Black, Thomas Sabo, and Lara Bohnic.
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Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific
For dressier events, keep it minimal by pairing a thick gold band on your middle finger with a subtle, yet sparkly knuckle ring next to it.
Rings by Cartier and BaubleBar
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Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper
Let a single statement ring be the star of your look.
Ring by Ryan Storer
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Kristina Bazan of Kayture
Experiment with different shapes by alternating between sleek and edgy pieces on each finger.
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Julie Sarinara of Sincerely Jules
Don’t be afraid to mix and match gold and silver.
Rings by Jadene Muson, Jennifer Zeuner, and Gabrielle Artigas
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Aimee Song of Song of Style
Match a striking ring party with an equally eye-catching manicure.
Rings by (from left to right): Tiffany & Co., Art Youth Society, Thea Jewelry, Anarchy Street, vintage, and Tiffany & Co.
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Lynsey of Tomboy KC
For dramatic effect, combine bold cocktail rings with more delicate styles.
Rings by Jacquie Aiche
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Annabelle Fleur of Viva Luxury
An assortment of smaller, fuss-free styles is ideal for an everyday look.
Rings by Wanderlust + Co
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