Building a layered jewelry look is an artful craft and a fun form of self-expression, and rings are no exception to that fact. Carefully curating the perfect stack creates an aesthetically pleasing landscape for your fingers to adorn sparkling gold and diamond bands. Today at Pavilion, we provide you with our three tried and true tips to build your perfect combinations.
Shown Above (clockwise from top left): Pavilion 2mm Twisted Rope Band in Yellow Gold, EF Collection Diamond Eternity Ring in Yellow Gold, Pavilion 3mm Twisted Band Ring in Yellow Gold, Pascale Monvoisin Pierrot Ring in White Bakelite and Rose Gold
Tip 1- Mix and match metals and tones! Don’t be afraid to pair gold with rose gold or even silver, and mix tonalities of stones. The best approach is to choose two metals, and infuse them with diamonds to help unify them. Be sure to pick a dominant color, then layer in smaller doses of the second, or just feature it as a statement piece.
Shown Above (left to right): EF Collection Jumbo Double Dome Ring in Yellow Gold and Diamonds, Pavilion Mini Heart Ring in Yellow Gold, Pavilion Halo Diamond Eternity Band Ring in Yellow Gold, Roule and Co One Row Pixel Dust Stacking Ring in Yellow Gold, Pavilion 4mm Petite Dome Ring in Yellow Gold, Pavilion Thin Stacking Ring in Yellow Gold
Tip 2 - Invite negative spaces by leaving at least two fingers bare. Doing so provides balance and cohesion, even to very bold looks.This also highlights a statement ring nicely and is fun to curate with a theme in mind. Leaving the thumb bare centers the stacks on the hand nicely, but which fingers you choose to omit are up to you.
Shown Above (top to bottom): Pavilion Baguette Diamond Trio Ring with White Diamonds and Yellow Gold, Pavilion 1.5 mm Skinny Rope Band in Yellow Gold, Pavilion 2.5mm Beaded Stackable Ring in Yellow Gold, EF Collection Diamond Eternity Ring in Yellow Gold
Tip 3 - Layer textures and patterns. Achieve visual balance and stack harmony by mixing bands of various widths and kinds. Incorporate diamonds, build with textural bands, and pick a subtler statement ring for the stack to tie it all together.
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