Mens Rose Gold(/Tungsten/insert metak here) Rings

posted 6 days ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Newbee

One thing that I would personally consider is rose gold may be too feminine for some men (not to offend any men with rose gold bands, to each their own). I know he basically told you to pick it out, but I’d still show him a few pics of men’s rings in rose gold to be sure he’d be ok with that before you consider it.

Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

We tried a couple colors. Rose gold and gunmetal grey. Luckily with tungsten they’re really cheap so you can buy it and if he doesn’t like it NBD. I had bought my husband a rose gold one and he ended up not liking it. Then I got a gunmetal grey one on an Amazon flash sale for I believe less than $10…he loved it and that ended up being his permanent wedding ring. My brother also tried rise rose gold and ended up not liking it. I think many men tend to prefer regular gold, black or grey. They do have some that are grey or black outside and rose gold inlay so you could match and the ring could still look masculine 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/599237709/gunmetal-black-tungsten-ring-rose-gold?gpla=1&gao=1&utm_campaign=shopping_us_BellyssaJewelry_sfc_osa&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_custom1=0&utm_content=11552108&gclid=CjwKCAiAt4rfBRBKEiwAC678KWyvo0dAkWQ-T-qtdYZQz8VSF_YTmOs9dKdYFTGjVJNTOcT70XbNWxoCk_cQAvD_BwE

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

It was really important to my husband and I that our bands “matched” and that by looking at our wedding set you could tell our rings “belonged” together. I have a rose gold set and my husband is fairly masculine so we knew two-tone was the way to go.

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Post # 5
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Newbee

unfettering :  Wow what a cool and unique set! From those pics I wouldn’t have guessed rose gold as the metal, and I agree your husbands band is plenty masculine.

Post # 6
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Newbee

 

My husband has a rose gold plain band. He liked that it was closer to his skin tone and that it went with our wedding colours (copper, mint and navy).

 

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Post # 9
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Newbee

He’s fair and more on the pinker side than olive side, so it looks nice. We actually went to the jewelry store and he tried colours one before choosing, and this one was less glearing than white gold or yellow gold (he doesn’t wear any jewelry other than the occasional watch). I absolutely love the uniqueness of it. It looks closer to copper than pink too.

Post # 10
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Newbee

My husband also have a plain wedding band. It’s 14k rose gold 5mm, I have the same one in 2mm.

 

 

Post # 13
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Helper bee

If he’s got fair skin, rose will look awesome – especially 18kt. My fiance will have 18kt rose to match mine and it works really well with his skin tone and it’s not too “feminine” as it is more of a champagne colour. Get him to try on some different metals to see what he prefers!

Post # 14
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Worker bee

My husband has a black band with a one millimeter band of rose gold in the middle to match my ring. It looks mostly black, but I love the touch of rose gold in it which makes it look unique. I don’t have a picture of it though, but if you Google “black wedding band with rose gold” you can probably see pics. I bet he could find a dark grey with rose gold too which might be a good middle ground .

Post # 15
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Blushing bee

janne91 :  hubby’s ring is platinum with a rose gold inlay on the inside.  It was his idea–he liked the idea of matching metals but (shockingly) didn’t want a pink ring.  I think its a really cool detail.

sorry no pics, doing my best to stay as anon as possible on this acct.  (gave way too much personal info on my last acct. lol)

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