Post # 1
I have never worn a lot of rings prior to my e-ring and I am mostly an earring and sometimes necklace kind of gal but after seeing all your gorgeous gemstone rings I have decided that I want to get a large gemstone ring (sapphire, morganite, who knows?) for my right hand but I am a bit conflicted. I feel that it will compete with my e-ring (and eventually wedding bands) and so I am a bit hesitant.
To those or you that do wear multiple rings care to share a photo or two? Any thoughts on having rings on both hands?
Post # 3
I was thinking this same thing!! In fact I don’t wear one of my “other” rings because I feel like it looks like I’m wearing two engagement rings! It just feels odd to me. So I am going to get a plain band or something simle in silver (no gems).
Post # 4
I think it would be hard to compete with your e-ring! 😉
I don’t have a RHR but my mom wears her wedding band and e-ring (a modest round diamond) on her left hand and her anniversary ring (3ct princess diamond flanked by two trillion sapphires) on her right hand every day. I don’t think I have a picture of them together but they look great and I don’t feel they compete, even though they’re the same stone.
ETA: Her RHR looks a lot like this one.
Post # 5
I wouldnt put more than one ring a hand. I think that just looks odd on me. I do wear a rhr and swap that out every now and then. I’m totally a ring person, but wear the same necklace and earrings all the time. I dont think a ring on the right hand competes with an ering at all – even though i’ve gotten comments that it sort of looks like an ering. I swap between this, a tanzanite ring, and a pink sapphire.
Post # 6
@Aure: Ha ha, lets hope not!
@pinkshoes: I really love your flower ring, that is so gorgeous. And I agree it would be one ring on each hand (well e-ring plus bands on the left). I really want a few RHRs that I can swap out I just need to take that plunge. Maybe I should start with something less expensive to see how I like it?
Now another question…I really like halo rings in general…would THAT be too similar to my e-ring? It is just my taste, can’t help it.
Post # 7
@Treejewel19: Thanks! If you love the halo, I think a gemstone halo would be fine! I’m thinking of getting a morganite halo. I’ve been drooling every since I saw @moonadea’s.
Post # 8
@Treejewel19: I think a gemstone with diamond halo would be beautiful as a RHR. If you went more simple with the design (like one straight band instead of the double/twisted shank like your e-ring) I don’t think it would come close to competing.
Post # 9
I normally on a day to day only wear my e-ring & wedding band. But I do have some right hand rings. I have one that is a diamond cluster ring. I use to wear it alot on dinner dates, events, holidays, birthdays, ect. But not so much anymore. My mom recently (Thanksgiving) gave me a ring of hers. Its a gorgeous color change gemstone of some sort, pear shaped with a halo & pave band. I wore it all day that day & didn’t feel like it was competing at all with my wedding rings. My husband bought me and anniversary band which I get in less than two weeks. I plan on wearing it all the time though! 🙂 I say go for it! That would be a perfect holiday present from your Fiance or to your self!
My wedding rings:
My anniversary band:
The ring my mom recently gave me:
Post # 10
@Sweet.Sugar.Rose: That is gorgeous! What is that gemstone?
@pinkshoes: I am looking into morganite or citrine…I am leaning towards pink or yellow as the gemstone. I can’t decide if I want a cushion cut (my fave) or pear. Decisions, decisions.
Post # 11
I am not sure. I didn’t ask her! Sometimes it looks purple & then other times brown.
Post # 12
I always wear three rings–e-ring, wedding band, and a right hand ring. I do occasionally change up my right hand ring, but most often it’s this one (stone is MUCH darker in person):
And for fun, here’s my e-ring and wedding band. Yes, the right hand ring and e-ring are somewhat similar. Long story–but I love them all!
Post # 13
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
I wear a pinky ring on my right hand every day. It is the ring Mr. LK’s Dad gave to his Mom when he asked her to marry him on the night of her senior prom. Both of his parents are deceased, and I love wearing a piece of them and their love every day. It’s a two-tone cathedral solitaire with a speck of a diamond that is just perfect. I’ll also be getting a set of slim stacking rings for my right middle finger- my birthstone set in rose gold, Mr. LK’s birthstone set in yellow gold, and teen LK’s birthstone set in white gold.
Post # 14
I wear a right hand ring Darling Husband gave me for my birthday. I lurv it!
Post # 15
I switch out between two right hand rings…but I don’t wear one every day. I feel they are pretty simple though, although you’d have to go pretty major to outshine YOUR engagement ring 🙂
These are my RHR:
1) I put it on my left hand finger to see what it would look like as a wedding band, but I wear it on my right middle finger
2) a ruby and diamond ring I wear on my right ring finger
Post # 16
Ok so usually, I wear my ering alone, with a ring on my right middle finger (I have 4 I rotate based on mood). But I have one ring I wear on my left middle finger when I’m feeling like I need more sparkle. Its a CZ ring I got in greece while I was studying abroad, and I like the way it looks next to my ering. Sometimes I wear it on my left middle finger too.
I have a lot of reasons I wear rings on my middle finger btw. Its a 5.5 and I can find that where as a 4.5 is impossible to find. My “promise ring” was purchased for my left middle finger because I did not want to wear it on my ring finger. And my class ring is a 5.5 because the guy measuring had no clue what he was doing, so its too big for my right hand ring finger.
Ering and CZ: