For the It Girl: Stacking Rings to Make Your Holiday Sales a Breeze



Stacking rings have been around for as long as I can remember showing an interest in jewelry. They’ve been perfected by brands like Roberto Coin, Tiffany & Co., and David Yurman. It’s always been in fashion to add a special band to an engagement set – for an anniversary, perhaps – and to wear a matching stack on the right hand. It wasn’t until recently, though, that we’ve embraced an eclectic collection of rings – one, two, three, for every finger. The ‘It Girl” look: a mix of shapes, petite, thin gold bands, mixed metals, diamonds (or CZ), on every digit. Some stop mid-finger, others create a stack that sits snugly in a more conventional style. This is hot now, sure, but even if the all-piled-on look doesn’t stick around (and I’m thinking it will for quite some time), the great thing about stackables is that the look is totally customizable. Go simple and wear a single thin band, pair it with a wedding set, whatever, anything you want. It’s a never-fail. So when shoppers come in with no clue what to get for their loved ones or friends, or better yet, self-purchasers need a little indulgence, offer up any of these stackable bands – sprinkled inbetween with inspiration on how to suggest your cool-girl customers wear it.

Click each image for more information on metal type, carat weight, and suggested retail price.

Ana Cavalheiro Romanesque stacking rings

Ana Cavalheiro

Sethi Couture Art Deco stacking band

Sethi Couture



Ariva acanthus charm stacking ring



Atelier Minyon spiked diamond stacking rings

Atelier Minyon





KC Designs diamond triangle stacking rings

KC Designs


Kara Ross NY Petra contoured stacking bands

Kara Ross NY


Christian Bauer stackable diamond wave bands

Christian Bauer




Thistle & Bee Burlap stacking rings

Thistle & Bee


Gumuchian rose gold diamond Gallop ring





Jade Trau heart charm diamond stacking ring

Jade Trau


BG Art Jewelry stackable Throne rings

BG Art Jewelry


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