Post # 1
I think it accentuates how long/slender my fingers are, which is something I’ve always been really self conscious about. I was thinking of getting a thinner band and putting this diamond in it and having a colored gem put in this band to wear as a RHR. I don’t know why I feel like it’d be fine on my right hand but not left, just chalk it up to my usual quirkiness 🙂
I also think that it’s going to be hard to find a wedding band that I like that will match up with this band. I’ve been looking and I’d kind of like something similar to this but I don’t think it matches this band. We custom ordered the e-ring and the band is just… rounder/bigger than I thought it was going to be.
There’s no custom jewelers in town that could make me a wedding band to match and I’m already having to go out of town for all the dresses.
I feel kind of guilty though because it wasn’t an inexpensive band. Like maybe I should just suck it up because the money has already been spent.
Post # 3
@DW82: As a fellow bee with long, thin fingers, I can tell you that an even thinner band will make your fingers look even longer. You can shorten the appearance of your fingers by wearing a wider band to take up more space.
Post # 4
@DW82: I think it looks fine, but if you want to downplay your long fingers, I’d get a more substantial setting, or a double sided wrap.
Post # 5
@flowercrowns: +1 agreed
I have long skinny fingers and I actually feel more comfortable with a thicker or stacked set. Look for a thicker wedding band or bands
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Post # 7
@DW82: I love your ring! I agree with PP, if you get a thin band, it will make your fingers look even longer/thinner. I think the key is to have lengthwise finger coverage by getting 2 wedding bands or a wrap. It will look great! Go try some bands on in the store and you might fall in love 🙂
Post # 8
I don’t know why it didn’t occur to me to go with a thicker wedding band. Duh right! Thanks!!