Post # 1
I recently got engaged and am struggling with finding a pair of gloves I can wear with my e-ring. I live in the Northeast so it gets quite cold here in the winter. I read that gloves can damage prongs and my previous pair of gloves don’t fit me if I wear my rings. I am thinking of getting a pair of mittens.
Do you have gloves/mittens recommendations? How do you wear gloves without damaging your rings?
Post # 2
bloom15 : Just turn the ring around so the stone is on your palm side.
Post # 3
julies1949 : Thank you for your reply! I actually have been thinking of doing this, but was concerned the prongs would still get caught up by the glove?
Post # 4
I’ve never had issues with my gloves, but they aren’t super tight.
Post # 5
Ive never had an issue, but my ering is pretty low set and my gloves aren’t very snug.
Post # 6
I have this pair of leather driving gloves that are impossible to wear with my ering. As long as they aren’t super tight, you should be fine.
Post # 7
I’ve always been a mitten wearer (Canadian winters!!) so rings weren’t a problem. You should try em out! Cute and cozy 🙂
Post # 8
I have a million different gloves and mittens. Wollen (traditional from Swedish Lappland – the warmest gloves/mittens out there), fleece, mixed materials, ski/snowboard gloves and all is fine. Except one pair. As pp said: tight leather gloves won’t work for me anymore if I don’t turn the ering palmwards and that’s annoying when you actually do something with your hands.
I believe it all depends on your setting. I have a low set solitaire and a shared prong eternity band and gloves/mittens work for me. Never even through about it.
Post # 9
Can you get one of the silicone ring protectors, put that over your ring before putting on the gloves, then remove it when you get inside?
Post # 10
- Wedding: April 29th, 2016
bloom15 : I’ve never had any issues with gloves and my rings. I alternate between my North Face stretchy gloves and leather gloves (Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren) and my ring tends to tilt to the side on its own when I put the leather gloves on. I’ve never heard of gloves damaging prongs though. I wouldn’t be too worried about it!
Post # 11
Try a pair that’s a littl bit larger. I also had better luck with a pair that is lined in silk, it doesn’t snag in the prongs like a wool pair.
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2019 - Turkey
I don’t have an advice, but that’s the reason I got a low profile ring to begin with ehehe.
Post # 13
MsP23 : Same haha. I can’t wear actual gloves with my e-ring, and I can’t/don’t like to function with the stone turned to the palm. So fluffy mittens it is.
Post # 14
I have never had this issue but I guess most of my gloves are a bit big since my hands are so small.
Post # 15
My stone is large and gets in the way but I push it to the side where my pinky is in the crack between my fingers and works great