Post # 1
I posted earlier but just wanted to get opinions. I love jewelry, especially wedding sets (yes, I’m weird). I’ve been married a long time (shouldn’t even be on here but found this site a few years back when I was getting a 10 year upgrade).
My first e-ring was a family ring (free) that I loved at the time. It has meaning b/c it’s what my husband proposed with. We didn’t have any money at the time and I was happy. I wore this ring and never took it off for 10 years. As our 10th anniversary approached, I really started thinking of an upgrade. I didn’t need one at all but hubby had been talking about one also since my dream ring was a solitaire. He ended up surprising me with a solitaire (.73). I love it.
BUT…once I got my upgrade and had the freedom to change styles, i started getting confused. I love all my rings and like to change them around. I LOVE bling and big jewelry, but I also love the simple styles. Hubby doesn’t care at all. He just cares that I wear a ring and look married. 🙂
So…these are some of the ring combinations I wear. Could you just vote to tell me which you like best? I just get different opinions from friends and family and wanted to ask here.
Thanks for indulging me!
#3 (love the simple diamond band)
#4 (I don’t wear this set much)
Post # 3
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
I like 2 and 3! 2 for looks, 3 for practicality. But I’ve never been one for the stackers/lots of rings look. 🙂
Post # 4
They all look great! But I voted for #1. At least you have so many options and you can change it up!
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2016 - Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington, DE
They all look awesome! Bling is pretty no matter what. I voted for #2 because apparently deep down somewhere I’m a traditionalist and love the look of a solitaire with a blingy band. No matter what, they all look beautiful.
Post # 7
Thanks everyone! I appreciate the opinions!
Post # 8
I really don’t like 1 at all. It reminds me of when immagrants would come over and jam every piece of jewelry they had on themselves to keep it save.
4 is better than one. But I feel like 2 is perfection. Simple and beautiful.
Post # 9
@She-Hulk: let’s see the solitaire with the five stone 🙂 i am biased 🙂
Post # 10
@MrsTeasandkeys: this made me laugh. I can see what you mean. 🙂
Post # 11
@wrkbrk: I have tried that but the proportions of the stones don’t work well. :/ my band on ering is too thin.
love your set!
Post # 12
@MrsTeasandkeys: I agree with you, but being an real newbie I was afraid I’d sound bitchy.
Post # 13
#2, classic gorgeous simplicity. 1 is way too busy, 3 just looks like a wedding band, 4’s got a little too much going on to. and the last, I agree, the proportions seem off to me.
Post # 14
I’m a traditionalist so I really like #2. I think you should go with whatever fits your personality though.
Post # 16
@Imhishesmine: I honestly don’t mind those opinions. I have thought that also but love bling and that’s all I see sometimes when I wear them. I rather have real opinions. 🙂