Fine jewellery has become a huge hit in recent years with many fine jewellery labels starting up to cash in on the trend. We are personally big fans of layering dainty stack rings on your fingers. It creates a pretty, feminine vibe and means you can mix and match various styles together. We tend to prefer wearing one metal type at a time, such as all-silver or all-gold, however, some girls like to stack different metals together for a more eclectic vibe. It’s purely personal preference. However, silver stack rings do look stunning with a monochrome outfit, especially one that compliments the feminine vibe with some lace or scalloped hemlines. The key is to keep your outfit silhouettes minimal and modern, but with feminine design details. This will ensure you are not over-doing it on the pretty factor.

Another thing we feel is our duty as a style publication to mention, is that we believe, it’s super important to only purchase jewellery that is made from real metals, such as sterling silver, gold or at least gold plated. By doing this, it will mean that you get much more wear out of your prized pieces as they will stand the test of time. It also means you will never become a green-fingered monster! (we’ve all been there – we all know how embarrassing it is when you take your rings off only to leave ugly green stains on your fingers…*shudder!) So, yes girls, we definitely think it’s worth spending a bit more money and buying quality jewellery that you won’t need to throw in the bin after one wear. You can find sterling silver stack rings at various boutique brands online and at most qualified jewellers. Michael Hill Jewellers has these gorgeous Emma & Roe silver stack rings that range from $19AUD to $899AUD, so you can splurge as much or as little as you like!

Say good-bye to the green-fingered monster forever we say!

Emily: ZARA Lace Top, Knit Top & Lace Silk Skirt | PRADA Purse | EMMA & ROE Stacker Rings

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