Post # 1
Fiance and I went wedding band shopping the other day, and since the sides of my ERing are unique I it doesnt fit well with most bands, notice the gap in between the wedding bands? Anywho, which looks better? One band, or two? I’m going to have them all soulderd together no matter what I choose.
Post # 3
Why don’t you look for one with the curve in it??
Post # 4
It’s not a curve its more of a V, so no rings look good. I tried haha!
Post # 5
I think one, but below your Engagement Ring.
Post # 6
I don’t like the one-band look with this e-ring.
The two bands looks fabulous!
Post # 7
I really like the two bands- I think it balances out your ering nicely.
Post # 8
I like the two bands, but I’m really into symmetry
Post # 9
I vote 2! It looks balanced and the gaps look intentional/nice.
Post # 10
I think I like it best with one, but the order flipped.
Post # 11
1 band, and it should go on your finger before your e-ring
Post # 12
i think the 2 look more impressive…it makes the ring look more balanced like NDbee said!
Post # 13
I like it with 1 band, but the slightly thicker bottom one.
Post # 14
One band, worn under the e-ring and little thicker preferably (I would try to match the wedding band stones’ size with the e-ring band stones’ size – it would look more balanced, IMO). Two bands look too much with fingers proportioned like yours, I think.
Post # 15
bump! I’m supposed to pick the other one up today!
Post # 16
Your ring has the milligrain detail (the little dots) get a band that has it too. I originally bought a 2 band enhancer that did not have the milligrain detail and I ended up exchanging because it didn’t match. You want to keep that “vintage” detail cohesive. But I do like it with 2.
Did you try this one?