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    The Art of Ring Stacking

    Ring stacking is an art and something I’m still trying to master, but after having a chat with one of my favorite jewelry designers, Jane Pope, I’m feeling good about the infancy of my ring collection.

    I’ve had so many dainty rings in the past, but I end up wearing them for a couple of weeks (or even a day or two) because tarnishing is such a turn-off. I decided to start completely fresh with quality over quantity in mind and wanted to share since JPJ is such a gem. Jane’s collection stands out in my mind because her designs are so unique, timeless, and special– the kind of quality I look forward to sliding on each day. Whenever I visit Jane’s site, I’m always in awe with how amazing their ring combinations look in product images, so I asked her if she could share a few tips on how to stack like a pro.

    Q

    What are the most important things to think about when curating a perfect ring stack?

    A

    I would say my tips for stacking are pretty simple; Find what works for you, stacking is very personal. Some stacks that I love don’t work for other people and vice versa. Try mixing lines and textures for variation. Stack horizontally as well as vertically. I love one, two or three skinny rings stacked on fingers that are beside each other. Play around until you find your perfect stack. Have fun with it!

    Q

    What is your favorite ring combination from your collection?

    A

    The FIVE POINT DIAMOND Ring + ANGULAR Ring + BEZEL SET EMERALD Ring is one of my favorite combos. I also really love the FOUR POINT DIAMOND Ring on your middle finger beside a few rings stacked on your ring finger.

    Q

    What is your everyday go-to stack?

    A

    Every day I wear two JPJ NAME Rings with my babies’ names on them stacked with a JPJ THIN ROUND Ring

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    Here are my personal favorites: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6

    Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us your stack secrets, Jane! If you’d like to learn more about her gorgeous gems and a little more background on how Jane Pope Jewelry came to be, this is a lovely overview! x

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