Post # 17
I love the sleek and contoured look of the band. And I like how it’s channel set like the e-ring is. I think itsuits the e-ring perfectly, and I like the asymetry created by only having a band on one side of the ring.
If you’re still not loving the guard after all this positive feedback, the band is a lovely alternate option.
Post # 18
Pixiefatale:thanks! After positive feedback from family and other bees here, I decided to keep the guard. I also have a plain band I can wear if I want to ‘bling down’ a little. The reasons you mentioned were definitely why I liked the contour band!
Post # 19
i’m glad you kept the guard! its nice to have the option to wear a plain band too though. good choice.
Post # 21
I love the gard! The advantage is that the 3 bands won’t separate while you wear them since they’re secured within the ring gard. My ring and band spin quite a lot and make sounds when they separate and hit each other. They need to be their size to go over my knuckles. Your ring gard will probably keep your e-ring looking great forever (no dammage from rubbing). Although the contoured band is beautiful, it might spin too and annoy you if it’s not aligned with your diamond solitaire.
That’s my take on it! 😉
Post # 23
I’m happy with the guard, especially now that we’ve decided to also buy a plain band that I can always wear by itself. The idea of the guard being my wedding band kind of bothered me, so the plain band will be my ‘real’ wedding band. If I’m wearing the set, i’ll just move the band to my right hand. It might not be all that common, but it works for me 🙂
Post # 24
You can’t go wrong either way.
Post # 25
I think we are ring twins, I’m trying to decide on a band and never considered a guard but I love the way that looks!
Post # 26
Both look stunning. I’d say the guard, but only if you’re not going to want an eternity ring.