Post # 1
I went to Zales today for my 6 month e-ring check up and came out with my “wedding band”. I actually chose an enhancer, because I wanted to add more to my engagement ring and the single wedding band was very pretty but i definitely liked the enhancer way more. Now i’m having second thoughts. I really love it, but is an enhancer considered a wedding band? I really don’t wear much jewelry and i like this style, but i just need more opinions. My fiance thought it was unusual for me to like soemthing like this ’cause it was a bit much, but he said to choose wahtever i liked.
Post # 3
@futuremrsrc: pretty. i like the infinity bands.
Post # 4
Love infinity bands. I can see how having them on both sides might be a bit overwhelming to the center stone, though. If you’re going for more bling, for sure! If you want a bit less, I’m sure you could find a w-band that’s like one side of that.
Post # 5
Idk that I would want it with the princess…but if you love it…then it’s perf!!! 🙂
Post # 6
@futuremrsrc: Make this a poll…
Post # 7
I think it looks gorgeous! I say keep it like that! It is a unique look and I think the bands compliments your ering nicely!
Post # 8
@futuremrsrc: Alright here is my opinion… I love the bands, but the enhancer with the band takes away from the e ring. If you would rather people focus on the bands, great. If you want them to see the e ring, then I would only have 1
Post # 9
I love the bands on either side. I think that it actually accentuates the e-ring by adding a nice frame around it!
Post # 10
Personally, I think that the enhancer clashes with your e-ring, and not because of the bling, either. It’s probably the curviness of the enhancer compared to the sharper angles of your princess cut e-ring that’s bothering me.
But if you love it, that’s the only opinion that matters. 🙂