Post # 1
Is it bad that I start to get jealous of everyone’s engagement rings?
Me and my FH went into Tiffanys 3 months ago to ‘look at rings’ although I find Tiffany’s stuff gorgeous, I didn’t really see anything I liked – although I never told him that because I wanted him to pick the ring he wanted me to wear.
He proposed with a 2.1 carat Tiffany’s Legacy Engagement ring. . but now it’s wearing off.
I got frustrated with it when we tried on wedding bands and there were no cushion fit ones for the ring. I feel horrible, but it’s such mixed feelings because I love it sometimes and than in jewlery stores I will see another gorgeous ring and fall slightly in love with it – I feel like I’m cheating.
Post # 3
It’s normal to see other rings and lust ove them!
After saying this, girl you have a 2.1 carat Tiffany e-ring, be SUPER happy with what you have, and love the fact that he picked it our himself.
Post # 4
That ring is STUNNING. I totally get wanting other rings- diamond rings are beautiful! But they dont make your ring any less beautiful.
Remember how much thought and love went into the ring choice your Fiance made, how special it made you feel when he proposed and I AM SURE that ring knocks peoples socks off when they see it!
My e-ring doesnt fit well with the bands I realllyyyyyy love… Im not sure how I will work that out. Its a common issue. Go to a jeweler who can custom make something you love
Post # 5
Ugh, I feel bad because I really do love that he picked it out himself.
I don’t know why I’m feeling this way. I think it’s because of the frustration with wedding bands.
None of the ones I’ve loved.
Post # 6
Thanks, (: that made me smile.
But I don’t think people notice it’s a Tiffany’s ring or anything (is that weird?)
I’m worried if I get it custom made, that I wont like it after. Haha, ugh.
Post # 7
When my fiance proposed, I looked at the ring, like a. it was weird and ugly and b. thought it was fake becuase it was so odd looking (to me). I truthfully hated it. It was what I kinda wanted, an estate diamond, art deco…but not what I pictured in my head at all.
Fast foward two years later and I am
with this ring, it’s unique and beautiful and it reminds me of his love for me
It’s ok to be dissapointed at what he picked out. It’s not what YOU picked out and if your anything like me, that’s really the bottom line. You had some idea in your head, and thought he may find something you loved….BUT trust me you will love this ring. And if all I say is untrue, a few years down the road, let him upgrade you.
Post # 8
@nikix: I picked out my ring myself and I do love it, but there are lots of other rings I would also love to have. However, I content myself with what I do have because I know that I would never actually trade this ring for any other ring and I doubt you would either. There are so many beautiful rings out there and I think it’s okay to admire them as long as you also love your own ring. 🙂
Post # 9
Thank you (:
He was really happy about buying Tiffanys because he imagined our kids having it, so on and so forth, that Tiffanys would always be, well, Tiffanys.
So I doubt I’ll get upgraded.
But it really is a nice ring.
Post # 10
The Tiffany Legacy is one of my all time favorite rings and you’re very fortunate to have it, especially that size! Believe me, just as many women are looking at your ring with a tinge of ring envy as you are. Like @MoonlightRose: said, it’s fine to admire others. Just keep in mind how amazing yours is!
Post # 11
Yeah, you’re very right. I wouldn’t trade this ring in.
Thank you <3
Post # 13
@nikix: It wasn’t my intention to make you feel silly! Sometimes you just have to remember that you’re not alone and that other women have had the same feelings! There’s no shame in it.
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@nikix: Have you thought of getting a custom band done? Are there any bands you really like that could maybe be copied but to suit the ring you have?
2.1 carat Tiffany diamond is super expensive… please don’t let him know that you’re getting frustrated with it… eek 🙁
Post # 16
I got a quote a few days ago to get a custom made wedding band (admitedly, without any stones) for $1,200 (Platinum). Point being, that’s nothing compared to the $42k!!!! that you Fiance dropped on the ring, so I’m sure you’ll find something perfect to go with it.