Two Is Always Better Than One: Double Wedding Bands

Two Is Always Better Than One: Double Wedding Bands

Stacking is a known styling trick for everyday jewelry (arm party, anyone?), but what about when it comes to your wedding band? A three-ring trend is growing among newlyweds - another wedding band place atop of the usual engagement ring and band. Love the look, but have trouble layering your sweater, let alone your diamonds? Scan some of our favorites and take our tips straight to the jeweler, whether you are buying wedding bands or looking to add an anniversary band or push present to the mix.

1. Tiffany & Co.

A smooth metal band and a twin band spotted with diamonds make for the perfect polished mix. Stack these around a simple diamond engagement ring for a look that's both sophisticated and artsy. "Elsa Peretti" Wedding Band Ring in Platinum, $1,250, and Diamonds, $1,950, Tiffany & Co.

2. Anna Sheffield

The crescent bands are the perfect complement to this vintage-inspired engagement ring. Bonus stylish points have to be given for mixing metals. Rosette Trilogy, $10,700, Anna Sheffield

3. Blanca Monros Gomez

If you love a clean, metal finish, stack menswear-inspired wedding bands under or around your engagement ring for a cool-girl vibe. It also works well with unconventional (but super chic) engagement bands. Thick Wedding Bands, price available upon request, Blanca Monros Gomez

4. Eliza Page

Your antique gold engagement ring will look so romantic stacked in between these two thin V-shaped bands. The angles leave room for a center stone, while the details give it lots of character. Don't worry about a flush fit, this look is meant to have space and ease. Champagne Gold Cluster V Band, $1,650, and Rose Gold V Band, $1,375, Eliza Page