am i crazy for wanting to *downgrade* my ring?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 5
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293 posts
Helper bee

These tiny solitaires won’t cost much at all. Why not just buy one? No need to rid of your original. .10 carats is really very insignificant in price. I don’t which website you’re getting these from, but they shouldn’t be more than $3-500, max. The $ would me more for the labor and setting. 

These thin bands will = not a FOREVER ring, though. But that’s fine. You can wear this as a “daily” and bring out your e-ring for special occasions! Win-win. 

Post # 7
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228 posts
Helper bee

we can trade lol… but really why not just have both if you really like the more simple style. one for your simple days and another for your dressed up bling tastic days

Post # 9
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1648 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2000

I would just get the small solitaire for a right hand ring as it can’t cost that much and bust out that gorgeous engagement ring for special occasions.  Best of both worlds! 😉

Post # 11
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Bumble bee

@missebelle:  maybe just downgrade the diamond? Honestly I love your ring but ur probably nt used to wearing something so expensive?

Post # 13
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Helper bee

@missebelle:  Totally not weird for having two. Maybe it would be weird if both were super blingy and big but to have something more understated for the days you don’t feel like wearing all that ring is perfectly fine I think. Whatever makes you happy!

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