- 7 years ago
Okay, so I’m not the kind of girl who wants to break the bank on the ring. I love alternative metals than gold (IE tungsten, palladium, and my fave stainless steel). The problem is, it’s difficult to find diamond engagement rings in these metals. A plain wedding band, easy. But not something with a stone like you would imagine an e-ring.
However, rings with CZs are a little easier to find. But some people would be so opposed to it not being a “real” diamond. But most people can never tell the difference. They hold up fairly well, they sparkle like crazy and have that “fire” brilliance, and best of all, they cost significantly less than a diamond. Besides, to most cultures in the world, there usually isn’t an e-ring, just a wedding ring, usually plain gold. So anything more than that is fine! E-rings used to have gemstones, before this “real-diamond” craze.
All that to say this: Am I the only one who thinks CZs get a bad rap?