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Post # 2
I really like option B with your ering! Option A is my second choice. I really like how the shape of the baguettes in these rings compliment your center stone
Post # 3
i picked option A but man your ring is gorgeous
Post # 4
Would you not consider a plain band? I wouldn’t want anything at all detracting from how amazing your engagement ring is – it’s stunning!!
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2016 - Akron, OH
ugh, I’m sorry I can’t decide! I like ALL of them! 🙂
Post # 6
None of the above IMO. Your e-ring is STUNNING on it’s own and all of those bands look too big next to it and really take away from it. I’d try either a thin plain band or a band the same as your e-ring band, that would compliment it nicely!
Post # 7
Oh my gosh, your ERing is SO PRETTY!! It is beautiful and delicate. The lines of the band and setting are really graceful and elegant. Just … stunning.
Out of the options you posted, I like A and B the best because of the contrasting shapes. I think something like Option A, in particular, would look fabulous with your ring if it was thinner.
But, I agree with RedheadMeggs:
that none of these particular options seem like a “perfect” match for your ERing. I think they are all either too wide or too busy, and they kind of take away from your ERing. Which, again, is so delicately breathtaking. (And I definitely mean “delicate” in the very best of ways!)
I think a plain band would be beautiful with your ERing — maybe even in a contrasting color of metal, if you’re at all into the idea of mixing metals. Or a thinner straight diamond band, which would look like the prettiest line of sparkles next to your amazing ERing.
Post # 8
I went with option B, but I I think you should keep looking as they arent the “one” lol. they all take away from your beautiful ering, which you don’t want. I honestly think a plain band would be stunning!
Post # 9
B is beautiful and a bit dainty 🙂 I think it compliments it really well. But you could always keep looking.
Post # 9
I don’t like any to be honest. The overcrowd and distract. Either get exactly matching with the same band and stones as your ring or get a gorgeous plain band! That’s my two cents!
Post # 10
I chose A but I also think you should keep looking. I think they’re all a bit overpowering. I think B makes your center stone look small which it isn’t.
Post # 11
Gorgeous ring! I like D. I don’t like the “lumpy” look of A and prefer a more simple band so that the e-ring can be the star. But then B is too thick and C looks too thin, so D it is 🙂
Post # 12
You’re ring….serious envy over here, it is GORGEOUS! But I have to agree with other posters. It is so pretty, and if I were you I would consider a really thin plain band. But out of the options you posted I like A or B best.
Post # 13
Your ring is gorgeous, but I think it would look best with a wedding band that matched perfectly. If you don’t like the look of a perfectly matched set, you could get it in yellow or rose gold 🙂
Post # 14
I like A or C. I feel like B is really trendy right now, and the last one is too big.