The annual list of 12 Jewelry Trends for 2016 serves as a guideline for store purchases in the new year, highlighting pieces and materials trending now, based on the clothing, color, red carpet, and real-life influences at work in the market. Stacking rings are the 10th trend on the list. Here are five new pieces for retailers to consider stocking.
Stacking rings. These are an easy and cost-effective gift, especially considering the range of cute styles available from design houses such as Wwake, among others. Plus, they are fun to stack and build up bigger statements when couture features cutouts and casual options.
Bands in 14k yellow and white gold with tourmalines, aquamarines, and a freshwater pearl, $450–$1,515; Tiffany Peay
Bands in 18k white and yellow gold, $799–$873; Ruth Tomlinson
Rings in 18k yellow gold with peridot, London blue topaz, green and pink tourmalines, and diamonds, $1,430–$1,480; Vianna Brasil
Stack rings in 22k gold with sapphires, diamonds, pink tourmaline, amethysts, tsavorite, citrine, ruby, chrysoprase, rubellite, kyanite, and aquamarine, $1,145–$2,400; Stephanie Albertson
Trio of Textured Pebbles stack rings in 18k yellow and rose gold and oxidized silver with pink tourmaline, amethyst, and labradorite, $1,870 for the set; Rona Fisher
Bands in 14k yellow gold with diamonds, $2,970–$6,120; Sofia Kaman Fine Jewels
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