(Closed) Is this style timeless enough?

posted 1 week ago in Rings
Post # 3
288 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2020

robee2020 :  It’s pretty but it seems to have a lot going on. All the other parts take away from the main stone. Did you try on any three stone rings? 

Post # 4
422 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2019

Ooh! There is another bee on here with the same ring as yours but in rose gold, and I‘ve always admired that one! I personally love it and think it’s very unique! I say if you love it, get it. It’s very beautiful! 🙂

Post # 7
1733 posts
Bumble bee

Just get the ring you like and forget about it being “timeless” –  because it won’t be. That design will be out at some point, but what difference does it make? 

Post # 9
8309 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

robee2020 :  It’s pretty trendy, but nobody here can say if you’ll be sick of it in a few years. Are you the type of person who gets sick of things easily? I imagine that most women who get “somewhat” trendy rings love them forever or at least a decade or so. But some people are more style conscious. If you get a new wardrobe twice a year, you might get tired of this setting sooner. 

Post # 10
46 posts

Agree with sunburn, just get what you love. If you get something you don’t like now because you think it’s classic you may never like it. You can always reset it down the road if you want something different. 

Post # 11
2445 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I was always drawn to halo rings. I remember seeing Princess Diana’s ring on TV when I was a child and thought I would get something like that. When we got engaged, however, I chickened out at the last minute and went for a “timeless” and “classic” solitaire ring instead of a halo. It was very pretty, but I felt indifferent to it.

After wearing the solitaire for about three years we upgraded my setting to a halo. I have worn it for over five years now and I am still obsessed with it. I stare at it all the time and STILL take pictures of it when the lighting is right. 

My point is, get what you love. You’ll never know how you’ll feel about anything years from now, but that’s no reason to settle.

For what it’s worth, I think the set you posted is STUNNING. 

Post # 13
74 posts
Worker bee

That is stunning. I don’t think it’s trendy or will look out of place later on because it has a vintage feel to it (In my opinion) but also who reallly cares? Wear what you love! It’s beautiful and looks great on your finger 🙂 robee2020 :  

Post # 14
1622 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

robee2020 :  I think it’s super pretty and timeless. The only thing to me that I think is “trendy” is the pave band. But I feel like even though it’s popular now, it won’t ever fully go out of style. 

Post # 15
392 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

It super sparkly and has a wow factor for sure! Timeless wouldn’t be the word I would use to describe it though. If you are already doubting things about the ring then I would suggest not choosing it. Could you buy a fake on amazon or something that’s similar in style, wear it around and get a feel for whether or not you love it? 

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