Post # 1
Just wondering if any bee’s followed the thinner fingers = thinner mm band, thicker fingers =thicker mm band rule?
I think that thinner bands look awesome on super skinny fingers, but I’m trying to figure out if I can pull off a 1.8mm band on my size 6 fingers. Which are a bit short for my 5’8” tallness. My grandma calls me baby hands.
I just don’t want that finger “muffin top.” You know when it looks like the ring is too small for the finger?
Post # 3
I definitely think you can! i think that would be perfect. My real set is a twisted band so it is wider, but my stand-in set I just purchased for my honeymoon actually has the e-ring and wedding band that are 1mm each and I was surprised that it looks just fine on my almost-size-8 fingers.
ETA: OH gosh thats a big picture let me see if I can shrink it
My actual e-ring:
Post # 4
I think what actually matters more is the length of your fingers. I am only a size 4 ring finger, but my fingers are ridiculously long, and I found that with some stacking experiements, I can actually pull off a really wide width!
Pics are not e-rings/wedding rings, just stackers – actually the big chuncky one is my SO’s “promise ring,” lol. Kind of an extreme example, but I wanted to prove to myself that I could pull off a full 10mm of stacks.
Post # 5
@MrsSnowMountain: I agree! I have size 10 fingers, but they are soooo short and stubby, I can’t do anything more than 2mm, so that 2 rings is 4mm.
Post # 6
Exactly! I just find that anything too thin looks really underwhelming on my finger, so it has to be of a substantial width. Conversely, I think, OP, that a delicate band will balance your fingers well if they are shorter! I actually think that a thicker band is more likely to create muffin top.