Post # 1
Please help! You guys have been so helpful before that I am hoping you would be able to help me again. 🙂
Do you think I can pull off both rings at the same time? One is my engagement ring which is a simple oval solitaire with rose gold band. The other is a Tiffany’s platinum triple circlet vintage style ring. Picture taken at night with flash on. Is it weird to wear two different metals and styles at the same time?
Post # 2
coffeeaddict89 : Love it! I think it’s great together. :-)gorgeous rings and gorgeous manicure!
Post # 4
- Wedding: December 2017 - Lancaster Registrar
No, it is not weird at all. They are both very beautiful on their own. The only way they would clash, imo, is if you wear the band on the same finger as your engagement ring.
Post # 5
Looks great to me! Your engagement ring is to die for!!
Post # 6
If they’re on different fingers I don’t see why not!
Post # 7
Go for it! Life’s too short not to wear sparklies on both hands if u can 🙂
Post # 8
Go for it!
My engagement ring is white gold, sapphires and diamonds. My right hand ring is a yellow gold band that’s super sparkly from the way it was cut. They don’t match at all, but nobody has batted an eye. So long as nothing rings are on separate fingers, why not?
Post # 9
coffeeaddict89 : girl God gave you two hands to sport different rings! lol I have my yellow gold solitaire and diamond band on one hand and my rose gold morganite on the other. If that’s wrong I don’t wanna be right 😉
Post # 10
coffeeaddict89 : you have 8 different fingers and different thumbs, so why would 2 different rings be wierd? Lol. I’ve got 2 different metals and a solid stone ring all on one finger, and am currently waiting on an alternate for the stone ring that is yet a 3rd type of metal and gemstones. Nothing wrong with variety.