That’s four rings, not counting the rings of boyfriends when we were dating. When I was a senior in high school, I also had a pearl and diamond ring that I won at a pageant, and my own high school ring (see above). I’ll admit that this was too much. Thankfully, not every ring was the same size so that I could spread them out on my fingers a bit. I just wish I had thought to photograph myself with all the jewelry.
I shared in the Mother/Daughter ring post how having the rings stacked didn’t work out too well. I do like the placement of the “D” ring on my high school ring. Perhaps the difference in size makes these rings compliment rather than compete with each other. Also, I placed the D ring on the side where my name is engraved. That conveys a subtle message as well. Gotta love when I can provide genealogical information in my photography!
Long story short, sometimes arranging rings so that they touch or are stacked can be a total flop. Other times, the arrangement is awesome. It doesn’t hurt to try.