Am i crazy?

posted 2 weeks ago in Rings
Post # 2
599 posts
Busy bee

Why not?  It’s fun to have variety.  I have multiple wedding bands that I switch out with my engagement ring and as standalone rings.  I’d do it all over again, too.  I say go for it!

Post # 4
8395 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

I have multiple rings as well! Its nice to have some variety depending on what youre doing/mood/event etc. 

Post # 5
241 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

You could also look into getting a wrap/enhancer for your engagement ring for the days when you want to be “blingier,” if you don’t want to get a whole new set.

Post # 7
8395 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Yes girl. I love me some diamonds!

Post # 8
64 posts
Worker bee

I think a lot of people do this. Definitely not weird. I wouldn’t do it personally but I wouldn’t think any less of anyone who did! Do whatever makes you happy!!

Post # 9
155 posts
Blushing bee

Hell yeah, why not?

I love having a couple rings to choose from. You can also mix and match. I say go for it!

Post # 10
6621 posts
Bee Keeper

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@novbridetwentyone21:  Absolutely not crazy at all! Multiple rings … multiple sets … worn alone … worn together — The important thing is to do what makes YOU happy! Some people prefer to have only 1 set and wear it for their entire married lives, and that is okay. Other people prefer to have multiple rings or sets and switch things up now and again, and this is also okay. There is no right or wrong way! There is only what is right or wrong FOR YOU.


Post # 12
3 posts

Not crazy at all! As a jeweler, we’ve had people get another ring due to their career, when they travel, or simply becuase they want something more “toned down” when they go out. It’s more common than you think, hope this helps 🙂

Post # 13
234 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: Lake Tahoe, CA

I don’t think it’s crazy.  Everybody sees things differently.  Some people only wear the set that they were married with and don’t want anything else – and  that’s perfectly fine and understandable.  Then there’s people like me that like to change things up a bit.  I have the set I was engaged and married with, but then, as the years went by, upgrades came along and more rings came and I love and cherish them all.

Post # 14
2134 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

I’d say as long as you’ve discussed this openly with your future spouse, do what makes you happy! I’m not quite understanding why you’d want another solitaire though if you already have one? 

Post # 15
590 posts
Busy bee

Why wouldn’t you just wear those other rings as right-hand rings? You could wear your engagement ring and wedding band (the one you get married with) always on your left ring finger, and then any additional “blingy” just-for-fun rings would be worn on your right hand whenever the mood strikes you. I guess I just don’t see the need to switch out your wedding set when you have 9 other fingers you could wear rings on?

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