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Trends for SS17: Stacking Rings by Darcey

Published date: 05 May 2017 10:20

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If you are already a fan of Darcey, then you will know that we are more than a little partial to the dazzling effect of an array of jewels dancing across our fingers. If you are new to Bella Mia’s Darcey collection then just take a look hereand all will become clear.

Crafted with love and imagination, the Darcey brand is exclusive to Bella Mia. Darcey epitomises finely finished modern jewellerymade from sterling silver, and accented with the finest Cubic Zirconia.

Fashion Stylist, Eve Brannon takes a look at Darcey’s latest offering - one of this season’s leading jewellery trends – Stacking Rings.

                                                 

                                                                      

More is definitely more this season when it comes to jewellery, especially with the arrival of super stylish, stackable rings. Statement accessories have featured widely on the catwalk for years, each taking its time to shine. This spring/summer we are embracing the versatility and creativity that comes with curating your own personal finger-candy collection.

The art of stacking rings is all about personalisation. By combining different metals, textures, stones and sizes, you can create a coordinated and polished look that expresses who you are. Take the chance to mix things up and experiment with this trend as anything goes!

                                             

                               

                                 

                                  

The final flourish… Once you have chosen your rings according to theme, style and quantity, the only thing left to do is start playing. Experiment with different rings on different fingers and don’t worry about making sure that they are perfectly styled or co-ordinated, there are no rules!

                                                                              

So there you have it. Go forth and start stacking.

By Eve Brannon

 

 

 

 

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