Post # 1
I love my simple white gold solitaire e ring (similar pictured below), picked out completely unaided by himself. We’re looking, OK I’m looking, for wedding rings now.
The problem is, the style of wedding ring I’m drawn to is poles apart from my e-ring, even down to material.
I keep finding myself drawn to yellow gold rings (along the lines of this one pictured below), and am wondering does anyone else do this, is it ok to just move my e-ring across to my right hand?
Post # 3
A) it’s perfectly okay to wear your bands apart – many women with intricate wedding bands actually plan to do it.
B) Non-matching and two tone rings are really popular right now – I don’t think you should worry about it. Get the ring you love, and have no regrets!
Post # 4
Definitely get what you want! You will be wearing these for the rest of your life! They are both beautiful, but a thought for the the white gold e ring would be to let it “yellow” and then it may have a similar tone to your band. White gold is almost always plated with rhodium to give it that white look, and with time, that will wear away so why not let it, and see if you like them together.
Post # 5
Get what you want! As long as you love it, who cares? You can also move your engagement ring to your right hand, many women do it.
Post # 6
If you like the ring, and it doesn’t bother you that the set won’t match, go for it! I think it’s a personal preference, and I’ve seen both.