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Stacked Wedding Bands

Today we’re sharing five modern ring pairings we love—from clashing metal colors to unique shapes—using stunning options from California-based jeweler Tacori.

Multiple Bands

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In the spirit of breaking rules, why not stack three (or more!) bands together? Whether you simply can’t decide on just one wedding band or you want to give that family heirloom an updated...

In the spirit of breaking rules, why not stack three (or more!) bands together? Whether you simply can’t decide on just one wedding band or you want to give that family heirloom an updated twist, mixing and matching multiple bands create a chic modern look. This rose gold set is especially enviable if we do say so ourselves.

 

Twins for the Win

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double band gold rings

Speaking of stacking multiple bands, another fashion-girl way to achieve the look is to layer two of the same wedding bands with your engagement ring. Stack the twin styles together to create a thicker-looking band, or sandwich your engagement ring in between, as demonstrated with these simple gold finds. Either way, with more bling involved, you really can't go wrong.

 

Interesting Shapes


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Modern brides are on the lookout for a truly unique ring style. One of our favorite ways to stand out from the crowd is stacking rings together with interesting diamond cuts that are both elegant...

Modern brides are on the lookout for a truly unique ring style. One of our favorite ways to stand out from the crowd is stacking rings together with interesting diamond cuts that are both elegant and unexpected. Tacori makes it easy with ring options featuring pear-, marquise-, and oval-shaped diamonds turned on their sides for a spin on the classic elongated look.

 

Mixed Metals


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As far as we’re concerned, clashing metals hasn’t been a faux pas in at least a decade, and complementary designs that mix metal colors are a great option for a creative engagement and...

As far as we’re concerned, clashing metals hasn’t been a faux pas in at least a decade, and complementary designs that mix metal colors are a great option for a creative engagement and wedding ring pairing. Just make sure to pick different colors of the same material—like rose gold, white gold, and yellow gold—because non-alike metals will scratch when stacked together. The best part about this look is that any other day-to-day jewelry you wear will effortlessly tie in with your rings.

 

Coordinated Cuts


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If you have classic taste but still want something a little less obvious, the answer lies in the diamond cut. Once you select the cut of the center stone (like this stunning emerald shape) for...

If you have a classic taste but still want something a little less obvious, the answer lies in the diamond cut. Once you select the cut of the center stone (like this stunning emerald shape) for your engagement ring, use the same one for the diamonds around your wedding band. This polished look is elegant and timeless—a match made in ring-stacking heaven.

original article was taken from whowhatwear.com

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2/20/2018 9:57 PM
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