Post # 1
Somehow I’ve somehow managed to narrow down the seemingly infinite choices of rings down to three. My boyfriend has requested some options to choose from but I know that if I say I have a preference, that’ll be the one. I guess I have two questions:
Which of these three rings do you like for a lady who’s not very flashy but likes ornate things?
Right now I’m leaning towards the tulip-y one, but when I first started looking I was drawn to the fishtail. Since I’m waffling, should I not let on that I have a preference and let my BF pick?
All three are from moissaniteco, so any bees with experience ordering from them should definitely chime in.
Post # 2
I had my ring picked out and my fiance bought it and popped the question when he felt right…I’m going to wear it my whole life so I wanted to make sure I loved it! I’m big on side views that why I picked the first one!! Good Luck!
Post # 3
All are beautiful, but the floral seems very feminine, classic, and ornate. I really do love them all though and don’t think you can go wrong with any of those rings. 🙂
Post # 4
They are all pretty but I have to say that I love the profile of the first pic, but I love the top view of the second pic. The third is lovely also, but I’m not drawn to it like the first two. Good luck!
Post # 5
I love both the floral and the ring with baguette side stones. I agree with weelittlewizabeth, you can’t go wrong here, lovely rings! 😀
Post # 6
- Wedding: A very pretty church.
I like how clean No. 2 looks but it doesn’t look like there are any bad options there
Post # 7
I like the first one (floral prongs) the best, but would ask if they can make the prongs pointy instead of rounded. I think that will make the petals flow a little bit better and give a more sleek look to the top of the ring. Like this one:
Post # 8
Thanks so much for your input, everyone
I have to say, having trouble deciding which gorgeous ring you’d like is a pretty good problem to have, and the more I look and them, the more I like them all.
The one thing with the floral pronged ring I’m hesitant about are the stones in the band. I’d like my ring to be robust enough for daily wear and I’m not the daintiest lady (bike commute, lab work – nitrile gloves would prohibit the sharp prongs, SunflowerGarden , but it’s an interesting idea). Can anyone speak to the sturdiness of that style band? Will I be sending it out to have stones replaced in a year or 10?