(Closed) How to stack curved (contoured) bands?

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
10570 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

My old set has a curved wedding band, I sometimes stacked straight bands with it which left a gap. I’m not sure that adding another curved band would look good unless you put one on the other side of your ering giving the look of a ring wrap. 

Post # 3
3324 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Have you tried it on with straight bands? Your bands curve is so slight I doubt you’ll have a large gap. 

Post # 6
675 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

This is an old set tha t I used to have, I wore the curved band on the outside and I also had anplain gold band that I used to wear next to the straight channel set band. I just can’t find a photo with all 3 bands.

Post # 7
253 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

My future stack includes a contoured band. Mine has quite a bit more “bend” than yours, so I paired it with another band that had curves.

Post # 8
6598 posts
Bee Keeper

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lipsia13:  I agree with 
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scissorgirl: that the curve of your contoured band is so slight that you probably won’t have a large gap if you put a straight band with it. I think it would look lovely with a straight band to add some additional interest in shape. If it was me, I would wear the straight band at the bottom, underneath your contoured band (based on the way your first set of pictures shows you wearing your set).

Also, what about experimenting with different textures or colors in your stack? For example, stack a plain band and then another band with stones in it. Or maybe stack a band with colored stones, or a band with a slightly different width or shape to it. It might take some experimenting before you find the combination that feels perfect to you.

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