Post # 1
What are your first thoughts, and would you buy?
So dont give an opinion without saying also what type of style you are …. a Celebrity (dressed to the 9s and always in style), Simple and classic (dressy/business) , casual ( tshirt and jeans), Comfy (leggings northface and uggs), whatever my mood cause my closet has it all! … or other, ….because im a nerd i’d like to see if there is a pattern lol
It is 6cts and G in color …also if the center (3cts) were instead a yellow diamond, ruby or blue sapphire would your opinion change?
Post # 2
I’m just really into your nails, tbh.
Post # 3
No, regardless of center stone. I’m not a fan of halos. That nonwithstanding, it’s way too large. I’m simple and classic.
Post # 4
I think it is way too large for my taste. But I could never do more than a carat.
Post # 5
Casual and YES I would rock that beast!!!!! 😉
Post # 6
lol thanks they are just stick on 🙂
Post # 7
No this is just…too much.
Post # 8
No, but I don’t like halos, pave bands, or white gold. If it was a rose gold solitaire maybe. My style is casual/classic
Post # 9
simple classic style, too much ring for me. As a cocktail ring for someone with large hands, maybe… it’s very thick all around. I think you’d have to have a very loud style for the ring to not look over the top.
Love the left ring though
Post # 11
that could be my nickname for it ….THE BEAST …I like it! reminds me of Elizabeth Taylor who nicknamed her rock “the Island”
Post # 12
Simple and Classic – love it
Post # 13
I prefer the look of the round halo. The center stone seems like a nice size, but the halo is just too much imo. It goes from nice halo, to way over doing it for more finger coverage when the halo stones are that big imo. But that’s my taste, I prefer more delicate looking rings.
Eta: holy crap, i didn’t realize that center was 3 ct! I’m sorry, but i thought it was like 1. That halo is really not doing it any favors and making it look smaller than it is. Let a 3 ct rock shine on its own! And my style, anywhere from classic to causal and comfy.
Post # 14
Mt first thought is to ask if this is for occasional wear/cocktail ring or daily wear/marital bling? If the former, go for it. If the latter, I’d urge you to try it with w-bands and do some normal hand movements to make sure that it’s comfortable. I’m definitely “function over form” for my marital bling and that size would be restrictive so I’d plead with my groom to get me something more appropriate for my daily use.
My “style” is simple/classic/casual.
Just my $0.02.
Post # 15
Simple and classic here. Not for me. Stick that puppy in a solitaire though, and I would be all over it!