Double halo need help is it too much

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 31
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893 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

For me, personally, way too much.

But, it depends on the person.

What does her other jewelry look like?  Is it big and blingy or is it simple and dainty?

Post # 32
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Newbee

I think it’s pretty and unique.  The rose gold is very on trend too.  But you may also want to think about what kind of wedding band will go with it, might be difficult to find one that will fit with it 

Post # 33
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

thrivin123 :  I think it’s beautiful and I don’t usually like halos! I would say that if her ring finger is the same width as your pinky or wider then it will work. If not then it will cover more than her ring finger and she will find that bothersome and it won’t sit right. Your beautiful-fiancee-to-be also has shorter length to her fingers that you do so you don’t want the ring to be too long either. Have a little comparison between your fingers and hers and note what sort of coverage she will have.

If this is a ring that you’ve already bought and now you’re second guessing it then you could always have the second halo removed down the line and repurposed into her band.

You are clearly very thoughtful so thank you for being one of the good people! Good luck with it all.

Post # 34
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Bumble Beekeeper

thrivin123 :  

Well done you for researching ! 

The answer must depend of course  on whether she wears or admire  things like that usually. If the answer to that is no  then the chances are she won’t really like it .  

Personally I think those haloes overwhelm the beautiful centre stone and I don’t like the pink contrast either . If it was set as a solitaire on  a wide plain band  (maybe  white gold  or platimum ) I think it would be just lovely, but that’s me. As pps have suggested , I ask her sister if she has one , or best friend. 

ETA I notice on the  pics that you have  a big bold chunky  gold watch but she has a delicate silver bracelet  and an  elegant,  rather than ‘out there’ manicure. Could it be that you are perhaps , projecting your taste?  I mean this in most unjudgemental l way possible . 

Post # 35
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Blushing bee

Absolutely beautiful, Im a halo lover and the more bling the better. I personally think that will look stunning on her hand, as you can see from all the responses, it really is a personal taste thing….if you know she loves lots of bling, go for it…..good luck. 

Post # 37
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307 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2016

As far as double halos go, it’s a very pretty ring, but I think this is a case where you really need to know her taste.  It’s just not a safe ring choice.  As previous posters suggested, perhaps ask her family or friends.

Post # 38
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290 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I dunno if you made your purchase yet, but I wanted to add that I love everything about that ring, it’s superb. I’d just take off the outer halo. Get rid of that and it’s magic!!!

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