Try to pay attention to size and quantity when mixing and matching your rings with other pieces of jewelry, accessories and clothing. Piling on many layers pieces of large jewelry can actually create the image of bulk and sends the message that the wearer's look is actually random not intentional. Whenever you wear more jewelry on one part of the body, try to subtract accessories in another area. For example, if you already are wearing a two rings and a bracelet in one hand, go with a bare wrist and just a single ring in the other. Remember that whenever you are attending a formal event, you should be even more careful with this rule.
Wearing several rings on both hands can look great, again, if only a delicate balance is achieved. Never wear rings with many large stones or decorations or you’ll risk looking too over-the-top. Rings with raised decorations can be easily even out by smooth surfaces and low settings. Of course, if you want to make a unique statement, sometimes the only way to achieve this is by wearing multiple rings, even if more than one piece is flashy. Remember: the more you put all these principles in practice, the better you’ll get at wearing jewelry!