Post # 1
Our wedding bands arrived! I went in thinking I wanted a plain yellow band, but tried on rose gold for fun and fell in love. I’ve almost never seen the two together unless it’s part of a tri-gold stack, so here you go!!
I’ve heard people say that the colors are “too warm” together and they “need” to have silver or white gold between – but honestly, I don’t buy it. It might be an unusual choice, but I think they look great just like this. What do you think?
If you have a mismatched set too, I’d love to see it!!
Post # 3
Finally I see someone do this!! You’re a pioneer, haha! Like you, I had never seen yellow and rose gold mixed. I find it very warm, vintage. You will stand out in a great way! Not like everyone’s white stuff 😉
I have also fallen in love with rose gold and usually pair it with more rose or white metals because it’s what I currently own.
How wide is your gorgeous wedding band? I just got a 2mm rose gold band to wear alone or to stack. I find yours would look great alone too. It’s a nice width on your hand.
Here’s my 2mm rose gold band:
Post # 4
They look beautiful together! Also I love plain bands. So classic and elegant!
Post # 5
@Scintillante: My wedding band is 2.5mm, just barely wider than the ering which is 2.3. I had the same thought as you that I’d like to be able to wear it alone if necessary.
Your rose gold rings look amazing on your skin tone!
Post # 6
@Ayelet: Love your e-ring!
Post # 7
Your rings look gorgeous! I love the look of the yellow and rose gold, so rich and warm. Whats the kt of your rose gold, I love the colour!
Post # 8
@mrs_alwaysright: Thanks, it’s 14kt! The ering is 14k and I wanted them to be the same so they wouldn’t scratch each other.
Post # 9
they look great together.
Post # 10
They look awesome. I love mismatched sets.