Post # 1
My Fiance have had these matching rings for years and I have ALWAYS worn it on my right hand. Now that I have such a beautiful ering I feel like it looks weird but have an emotional attachment to it. Plus, since he doesn’t have his band yet, I like that it ties us together still haha What do you think? Does it look weird?
Post # 3
In all honesty…
Two DIFFERENT Rings on two DIFFERENT Hands
I am a Jewellery Lover… have quite a collection I’ve amassed in my 50+ years… everything from Costume Jewellery thru to Good Quality… I don’t let the fact that I wear an ERing / WBand ever dictate what else is going on be it with my Head Pieces, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, Watches, Cufflinks, other Rings, Ankle Bracelets or Toe Rings
Jewellery is meant to be fun !!
Wear what you want, what you love… together or apart… doesn’t matter !!
Hope this helps,
PS… I LOVE the sentiment found in your RHRing (and the design) wear it and enjoy it for sure.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent's backyard
I think it looks fine since they are on separate hands.
engagement rings are kind of their own thing. it’s the one fancy piece of jewelry I feel like people can get away with wearing with sweats. if you can wear it with casual clothes, then I think you can also wear it with casual jewelry.
Post # 5
@This Time Round: Oh Mrs. TTR, the voice of reason!
Post # 6
@Shantly07: I don’t think it looks weird, and I love the fact that there’s a lot of sentimentality behind your RHR. Nowadays people mix, match, and clash on purpose. There are no rules. I don’t think your RHR looks bad alongside your ering, and I would rock it! If by chance you do end up wanting to switch it up, you can always wear it on a chain around your neck. I did that with the ring my now husband made me in his college shop class because I have an anniversary band that I wear on my right hand most of the time now.
Post # 7
Personally I think it looks weird but if you like it!
Post # 8
Thanks everyone!!! I think the big thing to me is how feminine my ering is in contrast to it; but definitely some great points made! I may look at some other options for after we’re married just to switch it up a bit 🙂
Post # 9
@This Time Round +1! Excactly 🙂 I am also a jewellery lover and I agree; it should totally be fun! You have something you care about and love, so why not wear it?? 🙂 x
Post # 10
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Meh… mix and match if it makes you happy. They both have special meaning to you, and I think that is what matters most.
Post # 11
I’m glad I put a poll on this! It’s interesting to see how close the percentages are!
PS – I obviously am not sure myself so I take no offense if you don’t like the combination haha