Post # 1
Please be honest with me ladies. I am looking for a new ring for a big anniversary to add to my set (my current set is the plain wedding band, princess cut eternity and E/ring. ) and a little obsessed I have just tried on another that I love which has added to my confusion! I’m pretty sure these bands are my options though. Would love to know your very honest opinions on them.
Firstly, does this look too much (My mum seems to think so!)
Secondly, is my E’ring not big enough to handle a set like this?
Thirdly, which one would you choose?!
Thank you and please be honest. I can handle it!
Post # 2
If your planning to wear all those rings at once ,yes it is way too much. If you want to have a different look I would wear your plain band and alternate between the channel set band and the new ring you pick but not both.
Post # 3
For me it’s too much. I think it overpowers the engagement ring. I love the art deco inspired band in #3 though! Would you consider wearing the eternity band as a RHR?
Post # 4
I don’t see a poll option for Too Much.
Post # 5
Maybe wear the e-ring, new band and wedding ring and move the eternity band to your other hand? It may be too much on one finger. (IMO which doesn’t really matter, if you love it, wear them all!)
my favorite band is the first one Btw
Post # 7
I like 1 best, but like the previous posters I wouldn’t wear them all at once. If you want another diamond band, I would swap out the princess half-eternity band instead of wearing two diamond bands at once.
Post # 7
I agree it’s too much all together.
Post # 9
My very honest opinion is that that’s too many rings.
Post # 10
Haha, no I ran out of poll options!
Thank you for your honesty.
Yes the plan would be to wear them all together. I already wear a RHR that I wouldn’t want to replace and wouldn’t go with any of the bands.
My idea was to ‘stack’ the rings, but perhaps what I already have is too thick for this.
Post # 11
farmgirl84: Choosing between the rings I prefer 1 or 3. But four rings together is too much and too many different styles IMO. I think it could look good if you had your Engagement Ring, 1 or 3, and then either the wedding band or the eternity ring, but not all four.
Post # 12
farmgirl84: I think if you paired just the bezel set band and the thin pave band with your ering, that stack would be perfection. I feel like wearing 3 bands with your ring is a little overpowering, especially when a couple of those bands are fairly thick. Can you please take a pic of your ring with the bezel band and thin pave band?? Don’t mind me, I’m just going to experiment with stacking vicariously through you lol
Post # 13
I think it would look good without the channel set band. Or just the channel set and your ering
Post # 14
I agree with pretty much everyone else. it’s a lot of thick rings and…a lot of look. I think stacking looks best when they’re all relatively thin/dainty rings.
Post # 15
- Wedding: May 2015 - The Fairmont, SF
It’s really not to my taste. I personally think it looks like too much is going on and your engagement ring is overwhelmed by the other bands.
However, I suppose that my favorite combination would be #4 without the princess eternity band.