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Stacking Trend Continues To Be Strong On and Off the Red Carpet

But it’s a new development to stack these bands with engagement rings.




Mandy Moore wearing Forevermark diamond rings at The 2019 Emmy Awards. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

CAN YOU REMEMBER a time when stack rings weren’t trending? They’ve been going strong for almost 10 years as self-purchase stacks, but they’re also a new way to add on to engagement rings. Your customer can mix and match metals, stones and styles, whether they’re diamond gemstone eternity bands, engraved gold rings with sayings or floral motifs, or small single stone rings. It’s all in the way you pull it together. Wear a few on every finger or stack them high on one. When curating a stack around an engagement ring, choose thin diamond bands of different settings and cuts, or work around your wedding band and wear that on your left hand and your engagement ring on your right. There are endless possibilities, like those we saw on Mandy Moore, Regina King and Vera Farmiga at the 2019 Emmy Awards.

Jade Trau

Classic diamond band in 18K gold with diamonds set in shared prongs.



Kat Kim

Anerise ring 18K gold set with diamonds (2.00 TCW).



Bleeker & Prince

Seven scattered diamond rings set in 14K gold.


Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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