Post # 1
I was finally able to take some decent pictures of my ring and the wedding band. There has been a lot of discussion on here about halo rings and having the band "contour" the ering. I love my e-ring and wedding band. The only bummer is that I cant wear the wedding band alone because of its shape, plus it needs to be soldiered to the ering.
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Post # 3
Gosh that’s soooo pretty and nice job on the photos! You should upload your beauty to the gallery!
Post # 6
i have a contour wedding band and i plan on wearing mine alone sometimes…why does it being contour make it so that you cant wear it alone, in your opinion??
Post # 9
I have a band that is contoured and I would wear it alone! Personally, I don’t want mine stuck together because my e-ring is worth way more, and sometimes I like to leave it home 🙂
Post # 10
Ali- I just thought it would look strange on its own, like its missing something, especially since it seems very pointy to me.
I dont mind the rings being soldiered together, it drives me nuts having two rings on the same finger, they always move around (they tend to spin around when im really cold) and I have to keep adjusting. Its a personal preference to have them joined together.
Post # 11
Your ring is GORGEOUS!!!! I don’t think your wedding band is pointy- it’s fine to wear alone! But, if you want to have them soldered together, why don’t you get a plain band that you can wear by itself?
Post # 13
Gorgeous! I love halo rings!
Post # 14
I can’t do a wedding band with my antique ring. I’m going to look for a band I can wear when I want to leave the e-ring at home.
Post # 16
I think you might be able to get away with wearing the band solo if you flipped it so the notch was pointing outwards.