Post # 1
What do you think of my wedding band and engagement ring stack? The thin spacer is needed to protect the diamonds from rubbing each other. I understand that this won’t be everyone’s style so please be honest but not too harsh! I’ve been looking at the rings in detail for so long that it’s hard to see what they look like as a whole…not sure if that makes sense to anyone haha. I adore each ring individually but I’m uncertain how they look together. Let me know what you think! 🙂
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2020 - Surrey, England, UK
I love it. Wise decision to use a spacer too ☺️
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2021 - Australia
I think it’s a really cute set. I don’t think it would suit me but it looks good on you!
Post # 5
Pretty ( as are your cute freckly hands) though l would have had a slightly thicker spacer l think, same design, just a tad heavier.
Post # 6
I think if you like it cool if you love it, keep it.
i voted “meh” a tad bit too much going on to my personal style but i am ever so much a “plain-jane”
Post # 9
It’s not bad. But I prefer bands that match.
Post # 10
I love it! Does the spacer have some design on it too? Can’t see from the small pic but it looks like it has milgrain?
Post # 11
I think it looks lovely and feminine on you! I personally love the miss-matched look, what a great way to showcase your personal style 😊.
Seeing it for the first time, I will say that in photos the spacer looks much more delicate than your other two bands. This isn’t a bad thing at all, but I have found that when one part of the stack looks vastly different, it can actually pull attention away from the other rings. Just something to keep in mind!
Post # 12
I like the miss matched look as well.
But I also hate spacers. I had/have a similar band as well and it did some major damage to my ering. I wore it for a while with a spacer like you have but it wasn’t doing much to protect the ering. So I got a another spacer. This one did a better job but I hated that even more. I ended up having the band reset…