Post # 1
I have wanted an enhancer for awhile now but I wanted one that didn’t hide the suprise sapphires and diamonds on the side of my ering. I.also wanted more coverage so I wear my band too. . What do you all think?
Post # 3
I’m not really into the whole stacked ring look, so for my personal taste, it’s a bit much. What about getting an eternity band to switch out with your wedding band instead?
Post # 4
I should’ve added because of the diamonds on the side of my ring my band doesn’t sit flush which has always bothered me. I like that this does.
Post # 5
@britt2461: I think the enhancer is a bit much, personally, but it doesn’t mean it doesn’t look good! I prefer your second photo though. I’d probably add an eternity band!
Post # 6
@britt2461: We have similar erings, in size and cut! Honestly I think that enhancer is to much. I was trying to figure out what your ering looked like without the enhancer until I saw the second photo. I couldn’t tell if your ering was a solitaire or what from the first photo. Basically I couldn’t tell what was ering and what was enhancer.
I love the second pic, but clearly you want something else and that is okay! 🙂 Have you tried on different enhancers? I would suggest adding a second diamond band to the other side of your ering but you said the gap bothers you. If you love the enhancer go for it. If it were me I would try on different enhancers before deciding. I’ve seen tons that let the ering shine but add tons of pretty bling!
Post # 7
@britt2461: Have you tried any on like this?
Post # 8
I think it is hard to tell from the photo you posted, can you post another photo without the extra bands and one of just the enhancer?
Post # 9
i agree that its too much, i think the enhancer with the channel set AND prong set isnt the right fit with your E-ring.
personally i dont like how much of your finger it takes up, but thats just me.
i really like the enhancer sweet.sugar.rose posted above
Post # 10
@britt2461: I like the second pic the most. If you wanted more bling you could always add another band on the other side that matches your wedding band.