How To Stack Your Rings

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Not long ago, we mused about the best ways to layer necklaces, so as a follow-up today, we’re talking ring-stacking strategy! Whether you like your bands piled high, worn solo or somewhere in between, our personal pics are sure to inspire your future finger parties.

See how we're stacking our rings at RZHQ!

Pictured: Dana Rebecca,

EF Collection, Graziela Gems, Melinda Maria.

Shannon Nash, Assistant to Rachel Zoe

Shannon's rings, from left to right: Anita Ko Leaf Ring, Dana Rebecca Diamond Bar Ring, Anita Ko Micropave Ring, House of Waris Rose-Cut Engagement Ring and Wedding Band. On wrists: Hawaiian bracelet, Rachel Zoe Crystal Bracelet, Miansai Screw Cuff, Chanel watch.

"Diamonds always look best in a stack."

Christian David, Graphic Designer

On Christian's hands, from left to right: Luv Aj Hexagon and Plain Ring, 2Bandits Midi Ring, Luv Aj Shark Tooth Ring, Stella and Bow Nail Ring, Luv Aj Hexagon and Plain Ring, Loud Love Jewelry Midi Ring. On wrist: Cartier Watch. "I really love silver so I am not too much of an adventurist about mixing metals. I like to use thick rings as a base and then match a thin midi ring and spread thin rings all over."

Alyssa Sutter, Styling Assistant

On Alyssa's hands, from left to right: Tiffany & Co Silver Square Ring, Dana Rebecca Diamond Bar Ring, EF Collection Zig Zag Ring, unknown ring on thumb, EF Collection Diamond Arrow Ring, unknown ring on middle finger. "Mix metals but keep them the same on each finger. All rose on one, all silver/gunmetal on another."

Pamela Glassman, Director of Business Development

On Pamela's hands, from left to right: Jennifer Zeuner Yvette Three Band Ring, Diamond Top Ring, Yvette Two Band Ring, Heart Eternity Ring and Hamsa Diamond Ring, Dana Rebecca Designs Diamond Bar Ring. On wrist: All Miansai. "I am of the belief - the more the merrier. And mix 'em up and don't match 'em up."

Nicole Shoohed, The Zoe Report Contributor

On Nicole's hands, from left to right:

One Jewelry Ring, XIV Karats Rings, Jennifer Meyer Rings, Sydney Evan Love Ring, XIV Karats Rings, Catbird Ring. "Mixing and matching metals makes it all the more fun!"

Jessica Amento, Editorial Manager

On Jessica's hands, from left to right: Big Bang NYC Tiny Marquis Ring, Loud Love Jewelry Victory Diamond Ring, Initial Rings and Stack Rings, Anita Ko Light Blue Stone Ring and Delicate Diamond Ring. On wrists: The Brave Collection Bracelet, Sarah Chloe Elle Bangle, Hermes Cuff and Stella and Bow Patti Smith Bracelet. "I like to wear enough rings so that I feel safe in a dark alley. Close your eyes and pile them on."

Marisa Runyon, Director of Brand Partnerships

On Marisa's hands, from left to right: Diamond Wedding Band worn with Anita Ko Delicate Diamond Band, Catbird Mignon Memory Ring and Threadbare Ring, Vintage Engagement Ring From the 1920's. On wrists: Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch, Anita Ko Spike Bracelet, Catbird Bracelet. "I have a really simple and classic style when it comes to jewelry, so mixing in some rose gold was a big step for me and I'm loving it! My engagement ring is an odd shape, so I wear it alone on my left hand and I love to stack other rings on my right hand along with my wedding band."

Jordan Johnson, Styling Associate

On Jordan's hands, from left to right: Knot Ring from OK, Dana Rebecca Diamond Bar Ring, EF Collection Rings, Dior Ring, EF Collection Rings and Anita Ko Ring. "I keep it simple and pretty much only wear rose gold, but am not down on mixed metals."