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How to Wear Rings on Multiple Fingers

How to Wear Rings on Multiple Fingers

There is no hard and fast rule when it comes to wearing rings on multiple fingers. Some people prefer to wear all their rings on the same hand, while others like to mix it up.

If you’re not sure how to wear rings on multiple fingers, here are a few ideas to get you started.

Wearing Rings on Differing Hands

This is wearing multiple rings on easy mode. Because your hands don't have to match. You can wear silver on one hand and gold on another. But the aesthetic should still have an overall theme; you don't want to have antique jewelry on one hand and modern jewelry on the other hand. It just looks a little inconsistent, unless that's the look that you're going for.

Wearing Rings on the Same Hand

If you want to wear rings on the same hand, it's even more important to keep the styles similar. You don't want one ring to stand out too much or look out of place. For example, if you're wearing a large statement ring, you might want to stick to smaller rings for the other fingers.

Something a lot of people do is wear rings on their thumb. Thumb rings are still fairly rare, so this is a unique look for them. And because the thumb is so displaced from the fingers, it doesn't really clash with a person's fingers. If you're looking to do something a little stylish and different, then wearing a thumb ring or a pinky ring could do it.

Experiment with different fingers on different sides and learn the size of all your fingers. Don't just switch rings between fingers. Each of your fingers is likely a dramatically different size and switching rings between fingers could potentially make you lose them.

Mixing Metals
If you want to wear rings on multiple fingers in different styles, one way to do it is to mix metals. You can have a gold ring, a silver ring, and a copper ring all on the same hand. This look can be really cool if done correctly, but it can also be a little tricky. You have to make sure the metals don't clash with each other.

You also need to make sure you aren't wearing harder metals around softer metals because that could scratch your jewelry. If you're wearing fine jewelry, you should protect them.

Layering Rings
Another way to wear rings on multiple fingers is to layer them. This means stacking rings on top of each other. You can do this with different styles or different metals. It's a great way to show off your collection and create a unique look.

There is the danger that layering rings too much could look busy. If you find that you're actually hindering the way that your fingers move, you're probably wearing too many rings. In general, rings shouldn't go past your knuckle.

How Many Rings Are Too Many Rings?

There is no definitive answer to this question, but as a general rule, you should not wear more than three rings on any one finger. If you're wearing more than that, it's likely going to look busy and cluttered. You also need to make sure that the rings are of different sizes otherwise they'll just look like one big piece of jewelry.

This also brings up another important point. You want the rings to look like they are generally the same style, but you don't want them to be identical. Vary the height of the ring, for instance. If you have rings that are the exact same thickness, color, and style, they will just look like a single conglomerate. The idea is to showcase a variety of styles that go well together.

What Accessories Should You Wear With Multiple Rings?

If you're wearing rings on multiple fingers, the best thing to wear with them is a simple necklace. Chokers are a great option because they don't compete with the rings and they add a bit of interest to your outfit. You can also wear earrings, but make sure they're small and understated. Studs or hoops are a good option. If you're wearing a bracelet, make sure it's also delicate and doesn't take away from the rings.

You generally don't want to wear a heavy bracelet or heavy necklace with a lot of rings as this can look ostentatious. This is especially true if everything is a bright, yellow gold; this look is best reserved for Egyptian kings.

What Should You Do With Your Multiple Rings at Work?

The major challenge when wearing multiple rings is that you may need to take them off when you work. Rings can actually be dangerous if you work with your hands. You have a few choices. You can either put them in a ring holder when you're working with your hands, or you can wear multiple silicone rings. Silicone rings are safe even with heavy machinery.

The Bottom Line on Multiple Rings

As you can see, there are many different ways to wear rings on multiple fingers. It all comes down to what you feel comfortable with and what looks best on you. So, experiment a little and see what works best for you.

Looking for Rings?

At Occasions Fine Jewelry, you can find a bespoke collection of all styles of rings. Whether you're interested in fine filigree antiques or bold, modern stylings, you can find the jewelry to match your unique aesthetic. Take a look at the virtual showroom of Occasions Fine Jewelry today.

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