The Stacking of Rings #MyRingsMyStyle

posted on: Thursday, 8 May 2014

Emily Johnston

I'm so excited to announce a very special project that I've been working on with a brand that is near and dear to the heart - Pandora. A few months ago I stepped out in the neighbourhood to shoot with the beloved jewelry brand and I'm pleased as punch to finally be able to share the images from our day running around West London for #myringsmystyle. 

You've heard me shout before about Pandora as a must-shop for ring stacks. Last year I became addicted after discovering the hundreds of styles they have on offer in store. In all honesty, my first knowledge of Pandora came from my experience with their charm bracelets. Seems every friend I had back home was wearing one of their pieces, personalised with beautiful charms. When it came to rings, though, I had no idea what a stylish behemoth I was dealing with. 

So when Pandora asked me to style my perfect ring stack, in my most favoured look of the moment, in my very own backyard, I couldn't say no, right? I threw on my usual Notting Hill strolling attire (does that make me sound sad that I have a usual look?) and ventured out to be photographed on  Portobello Road. What an experience that was. 

What was more fun than anything was fitting my ring stack for the first time. Take a closer look below. I'll just say this: The ring stack you see below was styled with a very specific purpose in mind. We're busy ladies these days and I'm not sure about you but I don't have the time or handbag space to be carrying around too many changes in accessories. Hence the fancied up ring stack. It's given a bit of bling but is brought back down to the daily grind with the casual pairing of metals. I'm addicted, officially, and hope you'll take the time to discover the wonderful new things Pandora is doing with ring stacks these days. Ring stacking is the new arm candy. You heard it here first. 

Check out the full campaign over on Pandora now! 

Emily Johnston

FFG worked in collaboration with Pandora.