Post # 1
My 10 year anniversary is coming up next year and I have begun looking at rings, but I am torn! I plan to wear the third band with my existing set on my left ring finger. Should I choose a matching band identical to my wedding band to wear on top of my set to “hug” an make it symmetrical or get a statement that complements my existing set to be worn on the bottom of the stack?
Here is my existing set:
Opinions welcome! Thank you!
Post # 3
@yidabid: I am not really a fan of either ring, maybe something more delicate with less metal? They are both really chunky and you already have a lot going on.
Post # 4
I prefer the second but I think it would be too much with your set. I would go a more delicate or pave route if you want to add a third ring
Post # 5
I think your current set’s quite bold and blingy, so I don’t think you need to add more oomph to it – I really like it as is right now. If you really really want to add more, I think something matching your wedding band to put on the other side of your ering would look best.
Post # 6
Thanks for your thoughts. I don’t want anything too delicate, because it will totally get lost with the rest of my jewelry. I guess that my thought was to get something that can “hold its own”. While I think pave is pretty, the style (IMO) doesn’t not go with my existing jewelry. I know the second one looks pretty massive online, but really it’s only about 4.5 mm (which is like less than .5 cm, I think). Plus, I have really large hands and long fingers (ladies L-XL gloves). I just keep coming back to Choice B…maybe replace my wedding band???
Post # 7
Do this give any better perspective? LOL
Post # 8
@yidabid: i like it as it is. maybe he could get you a right hand ring?
Post # 9
I vote for a rhr. I think your set is beautiful as is.
what about something like this for your right hand?
Post # 10
@yidabid: I voted for the first one, but I really think you should leave your set as it is. It’s so pretty right now. I personally don’t like third bands, especially when it makes the rings look like one big, wide, clunky 80s type ring. Why not get a pretty right hand ring instead? Your current set isn’t missing a thing! Or you could add quite a few things to your wardrobe, take a trip together, etc.