Post # 1
Just want to know do you feel that it fit snugger when put the two rings together?
My e-ring is super loose that at one point, it slip out of my hand and freak me out…
I just received my weddng band and when I put them together, it fit snugger. I’m not sure if it’s because of my wedding band or is it because as a set, it would fit tighter on my finger?
Reason I’m asking is I’m debating should I have it resize as
1) so many women told me that once I have a baby, my ring size will go up, so no point to resize smaller now
2) my mom told me the wedding band should able to lock the ering on my finger…
Is it true? It feel snugger but my e-ring still turn a lot .. I’m afraid that I may lost my e-ring again, it already happened once… it slip through my finger and dropped into my purse
Post # 2
gpiglet: The wider the band, the larger the size that’s needed. So, when you combine two rings, the band essentially gets wider. My e-ring has a thin band and would be a 5.5 if worn alone. The 6 is really big (I can fling it off). My wedding band is actually a wrap. With the wrap, the six is very snug.
Post # 3
Yep thats exactly why. My ering fit perfectly until I got my band..I had to size it up a noth so it fit comfortably.
Post # 4
both bands are thin band and the ering is thinner than my wedding band
Post # 5
Well, I don’t know if it will technically lock your ering on because your wedding band goes on first…BUT, that being said….my ering is 1.5mm thin and at certain points in the day, is very loose on my finger. When I put a wedding band on with it, even the same thinness as my ering, it does make it a snugger fit. I will probably order my wedding band a 1/2 size bigger than my ering. I might look into getting sizing beads put in my ering at some point to help with finger shrinkage in the colder months.
Post # 6
gpiglet: If I were you I would do the safe thing and get it resized. You can always get it resized again after you have kids and it’s generally not that expensive to do so. I think it would be a lot more costly, both sentimentally and expense-wise to lose your ring.