Post # 1
I’m getting married very soon, and what we originally planned on using for my wedding band fell through. I have a sort of twisted band that I’m looking at getting, but I’m not sure how it would look next to my non-twisted e ring. Does anyone have a ring set similar to what I’m describing? I will attach pictures below.
(My e ring is a compass halo, so I could have a ring flush against it if I wanted.)
I would love feedback, even if you don’t have either ring. But if you do, tell me: what do you think of the combination?
Post # 2
I think the softness of the wedding band paired with the hard edges of the compass halo would be very nice together, it would have some very nice contrast between the two.
Post # 3
Both rings are lovely and would be lovely together. I like that compass halo…however, bare in mind I’m open minded, eclectic and all for individualism. IDK where you’re located (culturally, speaking)) but just be prepared to um assert yourself in the comfort of your choice. *spoiler alert* many people are SO judgmenta,l anal, and have no tact IRL and (no offense, ladies) on the Bee
Post # 4
It finally uploaded lol just a frame of reference per the message I sent you earlier…not the same, but you get an idea
Post # 5
aviderin: I have a rope band and a pear, but I can say the rope band is the best thing!!!
Mine is a half eternity so it stops mid way, all I will say is you can feel where the rope stops, but it’s not bad. I just notice it and spin my ring back into place.
Post # 6
I think it would be perfect!! I want a solitaire and my wedding band will be that same picture but rose gold! I think it will lok great and distinct.
Post # 7
Thank you Bees for your help!
I went ahead and ordered the ring I showed you all. You convinced me–good job! I’ll make sure I post a picture of the combo when I get it!