Post # 31
I love the gap! I especially love them with solitaires (though mine is not). I will say that even though I love gaps, I hate the look of a ring “pushing” up another ring. Mine has a slight curve to it because if I had gone for a straight band it would have pushed my ering up.
Post # 32
ummm…you’re ring are AMAZING! That’s all 🙂
Post # 33
My first set was a non-flushed and I love it! Now we are working on a second set that will be non-flushed too. I guess it all depends in your taste. But my thing is if I’m getting a band I would to SEE the band everytime I look at my finger. Sometimes flush rings just look like ONE ring instead of TWO is hard to even tell which part is the wedding band. But anyways thats just my opinion lol
Post # 34
Thank you! I love it so much…it sparkles like crazy!
Post # 35
I love the gap between a wedding set. It really sets the wedding band and e-ring apart. And bonus, you can wear the band by itself if you ever choose to do so 🙂
Post # 36
I’ve loved your rings from the first time I saw them! The pad sapphire is amazing!!
Post # 39
Embrace the gap! My ering has a contoured band so I would have needed a custom w-ring made & as the w-ring would be curved I wouldnt be able to wear it on its own if I wanted to. I prefer a gap because then your set looks like 2 distinct rings. Sometimes sets kinda blend & it looks like 1 ring with a wide band
Post # 40
I couldn’t stand the look of my ring with a blingy band unless there was a small gap/contoured band. So my band is curved and they do not sit flush. It bugged me at first, and I had a couple similar posts to this, but I learned to love the look- I can’t wait to wear my mismatched set!
Post # 41
- Wedding: October 2015 - Haddonfield, NJ
My wedding bands were designed for a different ring, so they don’t sit flush with my new ring, but I love the way they all look together. (Black and white diamonds – floating one belonged to my mother)
Rock the gap!