Post # 61
Fairly classic with grungy moments. Too clunky, the centre stone gets lost, there looks to be too much metal and the band is too chunky for me. I’d prefer it with a deep coloured gemstone centre but there are nicer pave halos than that. It doesn’t look like an expensive, finely crafted setting to me. Definitely more fun, cocktail ring than fine jewellery, and I can do big!
Post # 63
Im eaither comfy or simple classic depends on the day.. usually comfy LOL and my vote is YES! Love that beautiful ring!!
Post # 64
Comfy, and no — too blingy for my taste.
Post # 65
- Wedding: County courthouse
I would go with a ruby in yellow gold
Post # 66
my first ring with halo setting and i love it. always try something for once!!
Post # 67
Simple/Classic/Comfy/Eclectic. And no, I would not buy it. It’s too big, too busy, and I don’t care for halos. Even if the center stone had a different color, I still wouldn’t. I don’t like clusters.
Post # 68
Casual-simple and classic. Too big for my liking. I am not a fan of halos I think they take away fromt eh center stones beauty.
Post # 69
- Wedding: South Lodge. 2nd of Dec 2017
big and bold rock the rock. Me I rock mine, as I can 😉, my style is whatever I fancy, but sweatpants and gym gear are a no no unless I am at the gym, they never go with my Chanel handbag !!
Post # 70
- Wedding: April 2016 - Manhattan, NY
That thing is huge! Way too much for my tastes. I’m also not a fan of big, chunky halos, so I think the ring would look much better without it. With that said, I would describe my style as professional chic.
Post # 71
- Wedding: June 2015 - Holly Hedge Estate
Classic and simple over here- with jeans and t-shirt thrown in too 🙂 I would put that center stone in a solitaire setting but I am very partial to a solitaire.
Post # 72
Thanks it’s a big change from what I had before 🙂
Post # 73
I’m one of those in the “it can never be too big or blingy camp” I think it’s absolutely gorgeous, as is, but I think it would also look amazing with a light yellow diamond center stone. ROCK THE ROCK ,I say!
Jewelry is so personal, imo, and many woman attach lots of meaning to certain pieces, so, I wouldn’t worry about what others think, if you love it, & especially if you encounter any negativity, which is often the result of envy, or similar feelings, which can come even from nice people. Everyone has a bad day sometimes, or maybe just endured a shitty break up, who knows right? I know when my engagement ended, looking at erings irl, particularly big gorgeous and blingy ones, made me secretly jealous, and at times a lil bitter, and although I don’t think I was rude to anyone, I may have been less than enthusiastic about my friends/families and acquaintances engagements (shameful, I know)
Sorry to be long winded, just to say..YESSSSSS! Girl YESSSSSS!
Post # 74
I have decided that I like a pink sapphire center and that if i find a good one and no one else buys the setting i’m going for it because it is the only ring i have tried on that took my breath away 🙂 and while some may think its too much but plenty of celebrities and royals have bigger… and i don’t hear anyone saying that thier rings are too big lol
Post # 75
I can be completely simple with sweat pants and a simple tank with no make up, to presentable in some casual attire to complete ritz villa red carpet fancy in the same week – sometimes even day. I like the design of the ring but its too big for me even when I’m super done up.
If it was a smaller center stone and a daintier band, I’d rock it though. I went with a 0.86 center round in a danity halo and dainty diamond side stones in the band to fit all my looks.