Layering Midi Rings and Knuckle Rings
There is no one that layers jewelry quite like Jacquie Aiche. She is constantly coming up with new ways to design jewelry that will mesh well together and look incredible on its own. I love getting inspiration from her campaign look books as well as all her brand’s Instagram account.
This photo is from Jacquie Aiche’s Wild Things campaign. I love how there isn’t any ring stacking, but instead midi rings are mixed with knuckle rings for a completely unique look.
These women are wearing a ton of rings yet the jewelry looks effortlessly put together and completely wearable.
Keep scrolling through to browse seven of her best jewelry layering techniques.
Layered Bangle Bracelets and Bands
This look is also from Jacquie Aiche’s Wild Things campaign and features two of her iconic finger bracelets layered together with stacks of simple gold bands and bangle bracelets. This look is so dainty and feminine which can be hard to pull off when you have more than ten pieces of jewelry on your hands.
Different Length Necklace Layering
The important thing to remember when layering necklaces is to be sure the necklaces are all different lengths. This look incorporates three necklaces with the same stone so the look is more cohesive, and it doesn’t seem like you just took every necklace you had in your jewelry box and blindly put them on.
Simple Ring Stacking
Until I got really into layering jewelry, I never understood why someone would want two of the same exact ring, unless of course it was just a simple stacking band. I love how Jacquie Aiche’s Flat Tip Open Ring is stacked on the middle midi finger.
Layering Simple Rose Gold Bands
This photo from Aiche’s Drugstore Cowboy campaign shows off a layering technique that is easy to pull off for those of us novice jewelry stylists. Find a few simple gold bands with similar thickness and stack them on your ring finger. Pair that with some statement rings, and you have yourself a bohemian jewelry look that you can wear to work.
Two Necklace Layering Look
Layering doesn’t always have to be so extreme that you feel like you should be at a music festival. For those of us that love the idea of layering, but A. don’t have a ton of jewelry or B. find layering a bit too youthful and trendy for our taste, here is a great example. Take one longer statement necklace (18″-20″) and a simple collar length necklace (14″-16″) and pair them together.
Midi Band Layering
I’ve stacked bands on my finger before, but I never thought to stack more than two bands on the midi section of my finger before I saw this picture. I absolutely love how it looks, although I think it works and looks best on an index finger as opposed to a ring or middle finger.