Traditionally, there are two rings on every newlywed woman's finger: an engagement ring and a wedding band. Nowadays, however, women further dress up these staple accessories by stacking more rings, and it's easy to see why: the layered effect looks extremely classy and festive.
There are no hard-and-fast rules when it comes to wearing multiple rings, but if you need a little guidance, here are some ring layering ideas:
1. Invest in curved rings to start your stack.
Otherwise known as "ring enhancers," curved rings are commonly worn right below the engagement ring to allow its curve to beautifully hug a single diamond.
Other times, two curved rings are worn to elegantly surround and adorn an engagement ring.
TRY: Pandora Sparkling Wishbone Ring, P3,950, available in all Pandora stores
TRY: M&K Jewelry Low V Tiara Diamond Ring, price available upon request, available online
2. Don't be afraid to mix metals.
Try pairing rose gold with silver for an understated contrast.
TRY: Swarovski Angelic Ring, White, Rose-Gold Tone Plated, price available upon request, Rustan's Makati, Trinoma
TRY: Swarovski Vittore Maquise Ring, White, Rhodium Plated, price available upon request, Rustan's Makati, Trinoma
4. Experiment with various widths!
For a fail-proof combo, surround a big, chunky ring with daintier bands.
TRY: Pandora Vintage Openwork Band Ring, P8,370, available in all Pandora stores
TRY: Pandora Multifaceted Ring, P2,950, available in all Pandora stores
4. Mix various shapes and textures for an eye-catching stack.
If you want to keep the layering timeless and minimal, simply stack one or two thin, studded rings with a clean wedding band.
TRY: ORO China Jewelry Saoirse Ring Set P9,500, available online
TRY: My Diamond Petite Bezel Setting Ring, P27,600, available online
This baguette diamond ring makes a classy accompaniment to a minimalist wedding band—perfect if you want to dial up the sparkle on your fingers.
TRY: Tessera Jewelry Baguette Ring, price available upon request, available online