3 Ways to Style This Season's Rings

3 Ways to Style This Season's Rings

One of the reasons we love gemstone rings is because they can be worn together without being overpowering. The rings are so delicate that they can easily be worn on their own, or paired with each other. Today we’re showing you how to style these rings for the winter season, and some pairings that we think are absolutely stunning!

Dani Barbe Ring Styles Raw Amazonite and Aquamarine Rings

Dani Barbe Raw Aquamarine and Amazonite Ring Styles

The Amazonite Halo Ring really shines on its own but sometimes we like to pair it with some stacking rings, reserving each finger for a different ring. As you can see we continued the light blue trend with the Aquamarine Stacking Ring on the middle finger and then went for a subtle option on the ring finger, with the Classic Band. Amazonite & aquamarine are such gorgeous colors that are neutral enough to pair with any outfit.

Dani Barbe Tourmaline and Garnet Rings

January and October Birthstone Rings

This second styling option is for those of you that love deep jewel tones. We decided to stack the Garnet Stacking Ring (bottom) with The Tourmaline Ring (top). The tones in these rings pair well together and we love the pop of green in the Tourmaline Ring. It adds a fun twist. You’ll be sure to get plenty of compliments on these rings!

Dani Barbe Raw Moonstone Ring

Dani Barbe June Birthstone Ring

This last option is for those of you that prefer classic gold jewelry with subtle stones. This is actually our favorite styling option of the three. On the middle finger, we started with the Curve Band which is a staple for us. We wear it almost every day! On top of that, we placed the Concave Band. We love the juxtaposition of these two rings. Then on the pointer finger, we have The Moonstone Ring, which is one of our all-time faves.  The stone is almost an off-white so it’s very wearable and delicate.

Which is your favorite way to style this season’s rings?

Written & photographed for danibarbe.com by Britta & Carli Garsow 

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