Post # 31
smudgie : Haha! I have a sneaking suspicion I would feel the exact same way. Don’t ever upgrade the stone – you won’t sleep for a year from all the guilt!
I expect after a few days or weeks of wearing them, you’ll get used to the slight difference and they’ll start to feel 100% like ‘your’ rings again 🙂
Post # 32
minervaa : I remember how frustrating my search for a wedding band was so I’m glad I’ve been able to help 😊 straight bands never looked right as a set. And curved/chevron bands looked odd on their own. The mobius band was the only style that offered both. Good luck!
Post # 33
I really like it! It gives a warm soft glow plus highlights the stone in your Engagement Ring.
Post # 35
- Wedding: July 2018 - Fremont, CA
I loved it! Great choice!
Post # 36
I love it! I’ve been considering getting the plating taken off my rings.
Post # 37
OK, I’ll be the lone voice of dissent and say I prefer the plated rings better. I think it’s because the unplated rings look old or worn down to me. I prefer shiny rings and have had my wedding band plated twice in a year. Sorry, just my personal preference.
Post # 39
smudgie : After seeing your side by side post, I love the vanilla look! I like the warmer look.
Post # 40
ladyartichoke : yes, that’s the one!
Post # 41
I think the unplanted gold looks beautiful, and I think suits your skin tone perfectly!
Post # 42
smudgie : if it was plated with anything you are better off removing it. Too much maintenance. It looks beautiful without it.
Post # 43
- Wedding: April 29th, 2016
smudgie : Beautiful set! I think it looks great. Both my rings are white gold and I have no intention of getting them re-dipped.
Post # 44
Absolutely gorgeous! I definitely think you made the right decision. Unplated white gold is my favorite — it is so unique and soft and really evokes such romance. Aside from loving the look of unplated white gold, I am also a fan of the environmental benefits of avoiding rhodium plating. Plus, who wants to be without their rings while they’re being replated?