Post # 16
I don’t have a rose gold ring so no bias here. It’s pretty rare honestly for me as well with anything other than all white gold. However, I love the rose gold ring you chose. I would definetely choose that over the first since it has a more unique style.
You should do what makes you happiest however.
Post # 17
Are both pictures of your hand? If so the rose gold looks much warmer on your finger, the platinum looks kinda icy. Not sure if that describes what I mean exactly but I like the rose gold on your hand better. my grandmother had a rose gold set, and it ages really prettily also. It’s a very subtle understated look that is very classy in my opinion.
Post # 18
I didn’t vote because the bands are different which isn’t a fair comparison, and what I’d choose wasn’t one of the options. I would choose rose gold, but with a pave band. I love sparkle in the band.
Post # 19
I love your current ring, but I chose white gold myself, so u feel your dilemma. If you did switch, I do prefer the plain shank versus the pave
Post # 20
I think your current ring is stunning. I also think that it will stand the test if time better than the pave band will. Can you get a platinum eternity band?
Post # 21
I feel like I see the first ring everywhere. It is a very popular ring right now. With that being said, I would keep the one you have. I think the rose gold makes it more unique and give it more of that antique feel which I love!
Post # 22
I loveeeee rose gold, and I think your ring beautiful! My nana had a few rose gold rings from the 50’s and they’re still just as gorgeous and in style as they were then – I think rose gold is just as ‘traditional’, honestly one could argue that any metal is a ‘phase’ because they all come into popularity at different times. It all comes down to what the wearer loves 🙂 My wedding bands are rose gold and I imagine I’ll always love them 🙂
Post # 23
I love the platinum ring with rose gold halo that PP posted.
Post # 24
keep the one you have its lovely.
Post # 25
I think the rose gold looks great on you, and that’s the one he proposed with so I say keep that one!
Post # 26
- Wedding: April 2016 - Manhattan, NY
I’m not sure if all of the pictures are the rings on your hand, but I agree with previous posters that have said you should go with what complements your skin tone best. Or if you don’t mix metals, which color do you wear more jewelry in? You might want to go with the color that you wear more of. My personal preference would be the platinum (white gold, actually lol) over rose gold because I only wear silver/white gold tones and yellow gold. No rose for me.
Post # 27
I absolutely love your own ring in general, and especially the way it looks on you. It is gorgeous with your skin tone.
Post # 28
Both are super beautiful 🙂 I vote rose gold but I’m biased because I have a rose gold halo and am obsessed with it. I have a gemstone as my center stone and more people actually comment on the rose gold/how much they love it and how uniquely beautiful it is, as opposed to commenting on the gemstone!
Post # 29
I like both rings. Is the rose gold the only thing you don’t like about it or is it the plain shank? If it’s the plain shank you may be able to have diamonds added to it. I love rose gold, but prefer the look of white metal with white stones for an engagement ring. It’s really a matter of what you want. Have you thought about wedding bands? You could always get a white gold wedding band and do a mismatched set.
Post # 30
Keep your ring!!! Its beautiful!! Why trade it in for what everyone else has?? Think of how beautiful it will be with a white gold eternity band! I think if you trade it in youll regret it.