A model's hands wearing Pandora stackable rings in silver and Pandora Rose™

How to Stack Rings

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

Style tips for stacking rings

Wondering how to wear stacked rings? Discover our simple style tips to find out more.

Choose focus fingers

A great tip for styling stackable rings is to choose focus fingers. Instead of accessorizing every finger, style only a few with stacking rings and leave the rest bare. This will help create a chic, balanced effect.

Create a wedding ring stack

Want to know how to stack wedding and engagement rings? A popular method is to style your finger with your engagement ring first, followed by your wedding ring. You can choose to wear them alone or team them with other stacking rings you already own. It all comes down to what suits your style. If you want to mark a special occasion, fall in love with our promise rings.

Many people also wonder how to keep stacked rings from spinning. If you have one particular ring that seems to spin every time you wear it, simply stack a larger ring on top to stop it from doing this.

How to clean your jewelry

Watch our step-by-step guide on taking care of your jewelry to keep your favorite pieces sparkling clean. 

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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 jewelry — no matter if your pieces feature stones, pearls or enamel. The only exceptions are textile, leather and oxidized pieces.

Over time, sterling silver jewelry can tarnish and turn black. Some sterling silver pieces come complete with an oxidized look, but If it’s not part of the style of your jewelry, 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 jewelry and the pink side for plated jewelry.