Post # 1
Hi bees! Need your opinion!
Im contemplating between 3 rings for wedding ring:
1. Eternity with white gold and rose gold
– I like how it is like a close up of the eternity symbol. The white and rose gold look feels unique n I like it! Only concern is if I wonder if the look is classic enough to last a long time..
2. The classic eternity band
– always a classic!
3. diamond and sapphire eternity band
– among the three im least inclined for this one. But just decided to take a pic for your opinions. I like sapphires.. Just not sure if I want it on my wedding ring.
My engagement ring is a simple solitaire. I probably won’t be wearing my rings together most of the time.
which one should I get?
Post # 2
Have you tried any of them on with your engagement ring? I find that many rings look lovely on their own, but awkward with the ring. And I know you said you likely wouldn’t be wearing them together often, but it’s nice to know you can.
If you really don’t think you’ll ever wear them together, I like the rose/white gold for a bit of visual interest. Yes it’s on the “trendy” side, but I think it’s still simple enough to stay mostly timeless, even if the trends change.
Post # 3
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I love the RG/WG eternity, which I don’t see as trendy.
Post # 4
Audrey2_sings: yes it will be good to have the option of wearing them together! I tried it with my engagement band too and it looks something like this. Just that my solitaire is in white gold n proportionately smaller than in this pic. The solitaire will sit in between where the two bands intersect. What do u think?
Post # 5
Robyn0214: yes I love it too! It has some visual interest… Now I’m visualizing myself wearing it as a 50 year old.., as a 70 year old… ☺️ seems pretty classic to me
Post # 6
I like the first two a lot! The sapphires in the third seem a little Too dark for my tastes.
I voters for the mixed metal though, I like it just a teency bit more. 🙂
Post # 7
Chicpeas: I love that look. I think it’s a great twist on the classic!
Post # 9
I would go for 1, especially if you’ll be wearing it on its own without the e-ring often. I also find that it’s not so “trendy” that it’ll look obviously outdated anytime soon.
Post # 10
I think 2 is the most classic, but then I don’t like mixed metals, so I might like 1 better if it were only rose gold or only white gold. I think any of them will look lovely with your solitaire!
Post # 11
I’m trying to make the same decision between your 2nd and 3rd option. The stones look about the same size as I’m considering (10 points). Seeing the rings side by side on you is making me lean toward the 2nd all-diamond option.
Post # 12
Based on your wording:
#3 — You aren’t as excited about this, you even said it’s your least favorite, so clearly don’t go with this one.
#2 — All you said is it’s classic.
#1 — You use the most positive wording here, your biggest concern is whether it is classic enough.
My thoughts, based on your wording, is that you like #1 the best but you want confirmation that it won’t look too dated or weird in 10, 20, 50 years. It is a gorgeous ring, yet still fairly simple, that I think you’ll admire for the rest of your life. If you get the classic #2, but all you like about it is classic, won’t you wish you had something more unique? Just based on how much you seem to like #1? Also, #1 has more a fun alone look, but will still pair with your solitaire just fine I’m sure (can you post a photo of your actual ring with it?).
Just my two cents!
Post # 13
I chose the classic one. You can’t go wrong. And you can always get other, less classic bands for your anniversaries over the years.
Post # 14
#1, hands down. It’s lovely, a bit different (so it would look interesting on its own), and looks beautiful with a simple solitaire.
Post # 15
Chicpeas: I LOVE the way your solitaire sits in between the intersection of the infinity band!! (And this is coming from a girl who doesn’t particularly like the looks of a solitaire!) but thah combo is stunning and classic!!