Post # 1
I got a second wedding ring, it’s rose gold, I like to switch my rings out, it’s the third ring I wear as a wedding ring. The stone is large, so a band will not fit flush with the ring. Should I not use a band? I wish I could put a picture, how do I do it in an iPad?
Post # 3
I don’t know how to do it on iPad either. Do you like the way it looks? If so, go for it. I personally really like when rings sit flush and got my ring on my wedding day. (I didn’t have an engagement ring so the big stone ring is my actual wedding ring). Because I’d have to have a custom made band to sit flush, I don’t wear a band but am thinking about getting one made for our either our 5th anniversary or the birth of our first baby – whichever comes first.
Post # 4
NO! I hate gaps, lol. A lot of ladies love the gap though so it really is a personal preference. All that matters is that you like it 🙂
Post # 5
I personally would NOT. My band is as flush as it gets, lol.
Post # 7
Mine doesnt sit flush and I am fine with it.
Post # 8
I personally really do not like the look of a gap between the two rings, so I would not. It’s your hand though, so if you like the look, go for it.
Post # 9
My rings dont sit flush, I dont care.
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I have a gap and I like it. It just comes down to your personal taste 🙂
Post # 12
I have a slight gap between mine. I like it and I honestly don’t pay attention to it that much. I wanted the option of wearing my band without the engagement ring but did not want to have a curve. I am taking three international trips next year and do not plan on taking my engagement ring.
Post # 13
@lolot: Yours is one of my favourite sets!
Post # 16
I adore gaps. I like the look of two very separate rings on one finger.