Post # 1
Hi everyone, first of all, I like heart stone rings a lot. I was originally planning on buying a gold eternity band to go with my gold heart engagement ring, but ended up buying this ruby and silver heart ring for my wedding ring…even though it’s not a band, and doesn’t match. >_> So now I’m trying to pick the best way to wear them. I made up a weird way of putting them on both fingers where the ruby is upside down, or I could just wear them on both ring fingers. That is pretty much the extent of this conundrum.
Post # 3
Other than wearing it alone without your e-ring I dont see how else to wear it.
Post # 4
I would wear one on each hand. The two together do not go well in my personal opinion. Or you could wear one at a time and switch them out.
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Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
2 separate hands for sure
Post # 7
That looks like a good idea, I could buy it and have 2 wedding rings and wear it with the ruby? Or not…>.>
Thanks for the quick replies, the two on one hand is pretty weird looking, I was trying hard to get it to work.
Post # 8
I’d wear them on separate hands. Very pretty rings!
Post # 9
I have two very different rings as well. My wedding band is really thick so i can wear them together but after two days they start hurting. So now i wear my e ring on my right hand. i actually put up a post asking the bees too ;-D they said right hand.
Post # 10
Separate hands. Love the ruby ring!!!
Post # 11
A couple of girls I went to school with moved their e ring to the right hand, and wear their wedding ring alone.
Post # 12
I definitely hate them on the same finger. Seperate hands! 🙂
Post # 13
I like a previous poster’s idea of switching them out 🙂
Post # 14
@SonjaFunnell: both are gorgeous…..I would get either a super thin yellow gold or silver plain band and stack those on your left hand and save the ‘nonmatching ring’ for your right hand. PS I also have a heart!!
Post # 15
Definitely separate hands!
Post # 16
I went out and got a silver sparkly band to wear with the ruby, now it feels more complete, thanks for the suggestion!