Post # 47
What I like best about solitare is that it’s so timeless and classic. I’m a traditional kind of girl, so it’s the kind of style that I like. It’s not something that years later, people will be like, “That’s so out of style!”
Post # 48
@MrsJenBee: Did you change your user name??
Post # 49
@wrkbrk: I did! 😀 I figure I’d choose something a little more relevant to getting married. Haha.
Post # 50
Before getting engaged I loved the halo settings SO much. When we went trying on rings I still loved the rings, but just not on my hand. I didnt get the Ooompf factor which I was really disappointed with. Even going to Tiffany’s in Dublin and trying on the Legacy didn’t do it for me.
I was starting to get upset and frustrated when a jeweller cajoled me into trying on a solitaire and BAM, that was it I was in love!! So we looked at different solitaire settings on the internet and we both adored the Vatche Swan so we ordered it and voila!! It’s so strange how rings you adore sometimes just don’t suit your hand. Hopefully I will get a halo for my right hand as an anniversary gift someday instead 🙂
Post # 51
@MrsJenBee: Haha! 🙂 I recognized your ring bc I love eeeet 🙂
Post # 52
I have a round brilliant solitaire on a white gold band. I chose it because it is simple, and understatedly elegant. I assumed that because it’s a traditional design I would never regret my choice or outgrow it. However, it just doesn’t suit me. I am planning on resetting it soon because I like the added sparkle and finger coverage that a three stone or halo provides. My engagement ring is the one piece of jewelery that I wear consistantly. My usual dress is pretty classic and conservative, so I think my ring is the one thing that I can really use to jazz up my look. Because the rest of my style is very simple, a flashy ring won’t ever look over the top. My $.02.