Fresh ideas for ring formations

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Whether you’re into simple styles or statement pieces, let your personality shine by mixing your favourite rings in new ways. Learn how to create different combinations with our useful guide featuring a range of styles and finishes.

How to stack rings

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Say it with sparkle

When it comes to choosing the right combination of rings, go for pieces that express your individuality. Get creative and team sparkling styles together for a look that’s as bold as you are. Make your middle finger the centre of attention by playfully mixing a sterling silver crown style, simple band ring and wishbone tiara ring together. 

It’s not just about how you style your rings along your fingers but across them too. Imagine your fingers in a triangle formation — go for heavier pieces on the bottom and add lighter pieces as you go up but keep the focus on your middle finger. 

For a unified look, place another sterling silver ring on your index finger. Then, raise your ring game by adding in an element of contrast with a ring in a different metal blend. A Pandora Rose piece on your ring finger will make for an eye-catching, quirky finish. Be as experimental as you like — the trick is to discover what suits you best!


Make a statement

For a head-turning ring stack, go for a graphic look based around our collection of wishbone rings. One of the most unique ring styles, this versatile design is great for stacking thanks to its shape. 

Stick to sterling silver pieces for a uniform style and make sure to invert your wishbone rings for a striking geometric effect. Start with your ring finger and combine your inverted wishbone ring with a band ring for an abstract finish. To level up your look, pair two wishbone rings together on your middle finger with one inverted. Play around with what works for you — the aim is to do what feels right. 

If you want to make things more interesting, add a statement ring to the mix. Combine your standout ring with a band design on your ring finger for a bold, beautiful result. If you feel like your look is a bit too on the glamorous side, tone it down by placing a knuckle ring on your middle finger to add a little edge.


Add a pop of colour

Layering beaded rings with colourful accents is a great way to subtly spice up your style. Add some drama to your stack by choosing a beaded ring to wear with a wishbone design on your ring finger. Consider this to be the beginning of your adventurous look that can be as party-ready as you want it to be! 

When it comes to your middle finger, team two beaded styles together with different coloured stones for extra impact. Incorporate one of your treasured dangle rings for an element of contrast and added movement. To complete your look, place another beaded ring on your index finger for a multicoloured, meaningful stack. 

When styling your other hand, let your personal style guide you. Mirror the same pattern for a symmetrical finish or experiment with different coloured stones and ring designs for an overall effect that’s as unique as you are. The key to building the perfect colourful ring stack is letting your personality shine through.


Jewellery cleaning made simple

Get the shine back into your style with our Pandora Care Kit featuring a gentle cleaner, polishing cloth and a brush to clean any hard-to-reach spots. Our solution can be used on all different types of metal jewellery — no matter if your pieces feature stones, pearls or enamel. The only exceptions are textile, leather and oxidised pieces. 

Over time, sterling silver jewellery can tarnish and turn black. Some sterling silver pieces come complete with an oxidised look, but If it’s not part of the style of your jewellery, you’re going to want to remove it. 

Lower your pieces into the solution and let them soak for a couple minutes. Use the small brush to remove any excess dirt and grime. Rinse your pieces in clean water and pat them dry. Then, they’re ready to be polished! Remember to use the white side of the cloth for sterling silver jewellery and the pink side for plated jewellery.