Traditionally, wedding ring sets include the engagement ring you got during a proposal, and the wedding band exchanged on your big day. Today, adding several stackable wedding bands is a fun way to add personality to your set, and to update your engagement ring if it starts feeling like you want something new.
Stackable wedding bands are thin bands that easily stack on top of each other to create an eye-catching design. Sometimes they interlock and sometimes they don't, depending on the look you're going for. The options for stackable bands are endless: you can alternate between luxe bands sparkling with diamonds and more plain ones, or you can go for maximum impact with colored gemstones and interesting detailing.
Mixing and matching stackable bands is part of the fun of buying them, so you should feel free to get creative and versatile. Oh, and be sure to send our favorites below to your partner as a hint: these also happen to make great anniversary gifts!
Halleh Style HA18-R003 White Enamel Band
This chic band is both classic and stylish, with a white enamel around the outside and underside that makes it stand out just enough. A row of brilliant-cut diamonds completes the look.
Jessie Ve Hearts and Diamond Eternity Ring
Add a touch of whimsy to your look with this sweet band. It features tiny puffy hearts between sparkling diamonds, and is available in yellow or rose gold.
Meadowlark Amelie Band Plain
A plain band is a lovely addition to any wedding ring stack as it adds some balance to more embellished pieces. This round band is slightly curved and is so simple and pretty.
Shahla Karimi Beaded Band
This high polish beaded band is a fun addition to a stack of wedding bands. It looks just as good on its own as it does with other bands.
Kendra Scott Becca Band Ring
Simple bands are the most versatile, but adding one or two more embellished ones is always fun. This one features marquise diamonds faceted in a feminine design.
Jared Diamond Contour Ring
Classic and traditional, this white gold ring features a very pretty delicate milgrain detail, as well as bezel-set diamond accents on the profile. It's meant to be worn with a diamond solitaire or engagement ring because of the gentle curve.
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Harmony Ring
The tapered band gives this ring a unique shape that will make it look interesting against non-tapered bands. Tiny diamonds add lots of sparkle and the rose gold makes this extra romantic.
David Yurman Stax Chain Link Ring
If you're looking for something trendier, opt for this chain link ring. Diamonds make it elegant, while a combination of different metal finishes makes it more unique.
Ring Concierge Mini Emerald Diamond Band
For a more traditional bridal vibe, opt for this stunner of a band from Ring Concierge. With 28 tiny emerald-cut diamonds on a platinum band, this is sure to stand out.
Anita Ko Baguette Diamond Wave Ring
The wave-inspired shape of this band is so cool and unique. We love how the baguette diamonds look with rose gold, but you can choose another metal if you prefer.
Jessie Ve Barely There Milgrain Ring
Super thin and discreet, this is a perfect subtle addition to any ring stack. The milgrain detail along the edge makes it glisten even between two other rings.
Kendra Scott Victoria Band Ring
A tiny white diamond in the center looks elegant on this gold band. We love the bubble detail along the halo and band.
Gorjana Diamond Bar Eternity Ring
The simplicity of this thin band is exactly why we love it. Tiny diamonds wrap all the way around this one for a classic look.
Anita Ko Diamond Honeycomb Ring
Adding one uniquely shaped ring to your stack is a great way to make the look less structured and more fun. This honeycomb ring is a perfect way to do exactly that.
Bario Neal Arco Curved Champagne Diamond Ombre Band
The curved shape of this simple band will fit nicely with the center stone of most engagement rings and gives almost a crown-like look. The ombré set of champagne diamonds is a beautiful touch.
Blue Nile Dot Dash Diamond Eternity Ring
The name "Dot Dash" for this ring makes perfect sense since it features a continuous row of princess, round, and baguette-cut diamonds. This is a unique pattern with lots of sparkle!
Shahla Karimi Deco Detail Band
If you want a band without gemstones, this is a beautiful choice. The hexagon design that wraps around the whole band is so fun to look at.
Grace Lee Petite Asscher Diamond Stacker Ring
This ring is minimalist and elegant, with a super tiny Asscher diamond on a very thin gold band. It's smaller than you think, but would look nice against a wider band.
Meadowlark Baguette Pavé Ring
Another simple option, this dainty ring features a small center baguette stone with pavé diamonds along the band. It's perfect for mixing and matching.
Kendra Scott Astrid Yellow Gold Ring
We love the subtle details of this tiny ring that make it look so lovely in a stack. Little studs spaced between small diamonds makes it interesting from all angles.
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Classic Milgrain Wedding Band
We love the mixed metals of this modern and minimalist band. Rose gold milgrain details look so pretty against a platinum band for something that is anything but simple.
Ring Concierge Criss-Cross Band
Available in solid gold or platinum, this criss-cross ring is both interesting and simple at the same time. We love how this adds some dimension to a stack.
Blue Nile Petite Twist Diamond Eternity Band
This twist ring features two intertwined bands, one sparkling with pavé diamonds and one of solid platinum. You can also get it in platinum, rose gold, white gold, and yellow gold.
What to Look for When Buying a Stackable Wedding Band
Building the perfect wedding ring stack might take you a few years, but that's part of the fun. Here's what to look for when buying or picking out bands.
You should have at least one simple band that balances out anything more elaborate and sparkly as your base. This could be a super plain metal band or something very thin and dainty.
Metals and Stones
Don't feel like you have to stick to just one metal or just one gemstone type. In fact, mixing things up makes your stack look much more appealing. Mixed metals feel trendy and modern, and throwing in different shaped stones looks cool.
You want to make sure at least one band fits perfectly with your engagement ring so that everything ends up meshing together. This might mean choosing a curved band.
How many stackable wedding bands can I wear?
There really is no limit to how many stackable wedding bands you can wear—choose whatever is most comfortable for you. Most wedding ring stacks include an engagement ring, wedding band, and at least one additional band, but we say the more the merrier!
Can I choose colored gemstones for my wedding ring stack?