Whether you’re not one for jewelry or you love following the latest accessory trends, ring stacking is something most women will do at one point or another in their lives. Whether you’re stacking anniversary bands or just trying to show off some unique jewelry, knowing how to stack rings is important for every woman out there. Even if you’re opting for silicone rings, there are still some tips and tricks that apply across jewelry lines. Here’s how to stack the perfect ring set.\nStart Out Slow\nYou don’t need to jump in by stacking three or four rings right away. Instead, start with just one or two thinner bands to see if you even like the way multiple rings feel on your finger. For brides who’ve been married for a while, you’ve probably already gotten used to two rings on your finger, so adding a third one shouldn’t be an issue. However, if you’re looking to stack rings on another finger, then you’ll want to start out with a couple of rings to get a feel for wearing multiple rings on that finger. Only when you feel comfortable should you add more bands. \n- Pro tip: Don’t overdo it! You don’t need more than two midi-rings on your finger (the middle space between your two knuckles). Plus, you’ll want to leave at least one or two fingers bare as you stack rings. Many women choose to stack rings on their left ring finger to signify different anniversary milestones. Others will put rings on their middle fingers or pinkies. \nBrowse Our Women's Stackable Rings She's Sure to Love\nLook for Contrasting Items\nThere are lots of ways to stack your rings — and it’s important you choose rings that contrast each other! Our selection of women’s stackable rings includes a variety of textures and colors that will give great contrast on your finger. With different shapes and patterns, your stacked rings will intrigue anyone who sees your finger!\n- Pro tip: Include rings of different widths for even more contrast. Wide bands are coming back into style, with women choosing bands as wide as 6 or even 8mm! If you choose to go for a wider band, make sure you go up one size. Be sure to use our ring size chart to get the best measurement! There’s nothing worse than getting your rings in the mail and realizing they don’t fit and you’ll need to send them back for resizing.\nContrasting rings don’t just have to be about size, though. Mixing metals and stone colors is a great way to add contrast to your ring stack. For any moms out there, consider stacking rings with your kids’ birthstones! It’s a sweet homage to your kiddos and creates great contrast on your finger. \nDon’t Stack the Showstoppers\nDo you have a solitaire ring that’s larger than .5 carat? Consider avoiding stacking that showstopper and instead put your rings on another finger. A solitaire that large is meant to be shown off, not put together with other rings! Putting your ring stack on the finger next to it or even on your other hand will ensure your beautiful solitaire can be shown off in all its glory. \n\n- Pro tip: If you’ve got a large solitaire, invest in a pair of silicone rings to wear for everyday use, while working out and on trips! Thieves have been targeting women who wear nice jewelry for years. International thieves will watch closely for tourists who wear expensive jewelry, as well. Having a pair of alternative rings will ensure your precious diamonds and gemstones stay safe and sound. Keep your rings locked away in a safe and only wear them when you’re at special occasions. This will help to keep your rings in great condition, too!\nUtilize Our Ring Size Chart to Find the Right Fit\nConsider the Sizes\nCome across a set of rings in grandma’s jewelry box you adore? Make sure they fit first! You’ll want to brush up on how tight a ring should be before popping that ring on your finger. Ring avulsion is no joke, and no one wants to lose a finger simply because they couldn’t resist trying on an antique band! Resist the urge to put the ring on your finger and be sure to find out what size it is (or the closest to it). \n- Pro tip: Stack your rings with the largest band either at the bottom or in the middle. It’s much easier to fit the band on your finger that way. You can still sandwich the wider ring between two thin ones, but you’ll want to avoid putting it on the top!