Post # 32
Thank You for the compliment! The ring belonged to my grandmother. The center stone is 2.2 carats on my 4.5 size finger. I love the polish is from Essy.
Post # 33
i love love LOVE that look and have really considered it. I havent tried any on, and I anticipate that greatly. only concern, and I’d love to hear opinions, is this a “fad” that I might regret when I’m older? Another fear, I’m in law school planning on becoming a trial attorney where very conservative attire is a must, and, no matter how silly this may sounds, I fear that maybe adding all the trendy multi-colored bands will look… young? immature? iiiii dont know. I tend to over-analyze. unbiased opinions are welcomed!
Post # 34
hm, I guess I don’t believe in fads, I’m very into wearing whatever I like whether other people like it or not so I guess I can’t comment on the fad thing lol as far as being conservative you could always just wear one band to court. I plan to get a plain diamond band for my wedding ceremony so i’d wear just that one if I had to. then birthstone bands and anniversary bands to follow (and hopefully some just because ;))
Post # 35
Please excuse the crappy phone pic. I have a 2.55 ct. (fat) pear cut sapphire, and it took me forever to find a band. I ordered both a regular straight band (the bottom one) and a curved band (the top). I thought the straight band was a little too plain and I didn’t want a curved band because it can’t be worn alone. So I decided to wear both on opposite sides of my e-ring. Neither are flush, but it still looks intentional, and I like the look.
Post # 36
This is my pear shaped engagemnt ring and wedding band(s). We decided to get one bands on either side to make it look more symmetrical. I love how unique the gaps look and how the straight bands seem to accent the pear shape. Has anyone else decided to wear a pear like this?
Post # 37
Is that an opal? It is gorgeous!!!
Post # 38
That is a stunning opal ring! Looks very bridal.