We’re big fans of stacking rings here at team JHW. They are such a great addition to your jewellery box because the possibilities are endless. Whether you’re mixing up wedding, engagement and eternity bands or just playing around with pieces you have, we have a lot of fun wearing ours in all sorts of combinations.
Charlie Giles talks about how she wears hers
‘‘Personally I find that I’ll settle on a combination that I adore and wear it solidly for a few weeks until I’m ready for a change, then have a play and arrive at a new look. It’s so satisfying to get as much wear out of your jewellery box as possible.
Jo’s rings work particularly well as stacks because they’re created from many delicate shapes, patterns and textures, which look totally mesmerising styled together - shimmering and dancing in the light. The parquet and hex rings even more so as the edges interlock. That said I also love mixing up my JHW stacking rings with planer bands, or a diamond eternity, as a contrast to the delicate building blocks. Each JHW ring is so exquisitely beautiful I love that I can wear them alone as well as in stacks - as someone who loves versatility, stacking rings really do bring me a lot of happiness every day. I find these quiet joys have been especially important during lockdown.’’
Here's my advice on how to stack your rings stylishly:
- Mix your metals! Yellow, white, rose golds and palladium can look great styled together, have a play and see what combinations you like.
- Complementary styles and shapes usually work well together so consider what pieces you have and see which work together.
- Building up lots of delicate pieces works brilliantly, but so does styling bold and delicate pieces alongside each other.
- The joy of stacks is to create your own unique style that reflects your taste, so see what feels right to you, and have fun with the variations.
The JHW team and I would love to see how you stack yours - post an image with #JHWstacks to show us! We hope you love playing with your jewellery box as much as we do!
With love, Jo and team x