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Post # 2
I’m team no band with that ring. It’s gorgeous all on its own!!
Post # 3
Beautiful ring! I think a plain thin band would probably look best.
Post # 4
I feel like all of those bands will either get lost or look awkward and unbalanced. I think this should be a stand alone ring!
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2016 - Painswick Church and the Falcon Hotel
I agree! I think it would look best on its own another ring would look lost against that one
Post # 6
I agree it should be a stand alone kind of ring but if I did a band it would be a simple plain gold band.
Post # 7
I think a plain band ring. Anything else will take away from the beauty of that ring and wow what a stunner!
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2019 - City, State
I agree with jellybellynelly. Its a lovely ring, but I think any band you add to it will just get lost and be unnoticed. It’s definitely a statement/stand alone ring!
Post # 11
Normally I say more is more, but that ring literally needs nothing. It is a knockout stand alone.
Post # 12
Holy moly that is the prettiest ring I’ve seen in a long time. No band. Let that stunner shine on its own.
Post # 13
mjay : I’m team no band with the ring…its beautiful alone.But if you want to pair it I think it would be lovely with a thin plain band in the same metal as the shank on your halo ring. That way you have a band but the centerstone and halo remain the center of attention.
Post # 14
- Wedding: May 2019 - Country/barn
mjay : holy cow that’s a beautiful ring! I agree with some of the pps, it looks amazing on its own! I feel like you wouldn’t even notice a band due to the amount of room this ring takes up on your finger.
Post # 15
Beautiful ring but why waste any $ on a band, you won’t be able to see it anyway, right? It looks great alone.