Post # 1
Just starting to get used to wearing two rings instead of one! Here is a picture of my wedding set:
And a question for you bees:
Due to the nature of my halo, twice a year during inspections I generally have to send it out to have all the diamonds tightened for the warranty. During that time I have usually worn a stand in fake ring, but am wondering if my wedding band looks alright on its own or if I should still wear the fake ring. It’s a curved band to fit with my e-ring, so not sure it looks right on its own.
Post # 3
I think it looks fine, a little like a wishbone style ring. It may take a while to get used to it but see how you go.
Post # 5
you should get both of your rings inspected — you never know if one of those little prongs got knocked out of place.
Post # 6
i don’t think it looks HORRIBLE, but i’m not really a fan of curved bands on their own personally
Post # 7
I think it looks fine on its own 🙂
Post # 8
Try turning the band the other way around when you wear it alone. Having the curve pointing down your finger will make your fingers look longer and look less odd.
Post # 9
It looks fine. Its only a short time without your e-ring. Wear just the band.
Post # 10
@janie-janie: I will get them both expected, but with the band being more flush to my finger, I am guessing it’s not going to need as many repairs as my e-ring. I am planning for when the e-ring has to be sent out, but the band is fine.
Post # 11
@Eckle: Wow! I just tried that and it DOES look better! Thanks for the idea!!
Post # 12
Do the diamonds go all the way around the band? If so, you could wear the part with the dip towards the palm of your hand.
Post # 13
@powderpuff-girl: I agree. I think it looks a little funny by itself with the dip.
@Cheeks225: I also have a halo. I don’t know what kind of band to get bc I want to wear the band alone when I work out.