Wedding rings: One, two, three or more?
A single wedding ring has a classic and understated elegance to it, but a trend which is becoming more popular is to wear multiple rings together to create a statement stacked effect. If you are looking for something a bit different to the traditional single ring, or if you just can’t pick between several different rings then this new fashion could be the ideal solution for you.
Patterned platinum wedding rings can create quite a statement on their own; each different pattern says something about the wearer and their own personal style. What if you have seen multiple rings that reflect different aspects of your life or personality though? Finding multiple rings that each have a special meaning for you and then stacking them together could mean that all of the most important facets of your life are included in your finished design.
If you are struggling to pick which metal to use for your wedding ring then stacking a platinum wedding ring alongside other rings made using contrasting metals could be a stylish solution. If you prefer the traditional idea of wearing a single band however, there are still options out there for you. A wedding ring which is made from thinner bands of different colours, such as gold and platinum wedding rings will still give you the beautiful contrast of different metals but in a more traditional format.
Perhaps you are torn between completely different styles; if you can’t decide between a diamond set platinum wedding ring, an elegant plain platinum wedding ring and a patterned ring then there is always the option of picking one of each. By picking multiple rings and layering them one on top of the other you can ensure that all of the design aspects that are most important to you will be included on your big day.
If you just can’t decide between all of the beautiful platinum rings out there then choosing to stack multiple rings could be the answer. Even better, if you feel like a change you can also choose to wear each ring individually or change the order that you wear them in, the choice is yours.