Post # 1
I’m feeling a bit perplexed and overwhelmed because all these wedding bands look similar but have little differences too. Which one do you think would look best with my e-ring and why? All bands pictured are from Blue Nile. Thank you!!
My E-Ring (on a rainy day)
This topic was modified 6 years, 5 months ago by Jewelieee.
Post # 2
Can you get the Tacori one to match your ring?
Post # 3
I think option 3 and 2 look the nicest! I probably like 3 the most because I am a big fan if milgrain, but I think 2 looks like a nice match too for the channel set stones on your engagement ring.
Post # 4
I thought about it but I think it’s like $3,000. I’d prefer to spend $1500 or less on the wedding band.
Post # 5
As much as I would like the milgrined one then, I would not go that route. The milgrain will look different, the Tacori one is more delicately done, and the difference would annoy me. So maybe 4 or 5…to see less metal.
Post # 6
I think #5 matches your e ring the best. Beautiful ring btw!!
Post # 7
Hmm I see what you mean, the reason why I liked the milgrain is because it looked like the Tacori version but this one is definitely heavier. I double checked and yeah the matching band is over $3,000! http://www.tacori.com/catalog/product/view/id/8367/s/41-15et/category/4/
It is eternity though compared to the ones I listed.
Post # 9
Maybe they could make it half eternity? I would go nuts with mismatched milgrain. So if that one is out, I would go for the simple pave.
Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
I’m a little biased because this is my wedding band, but I think this Tacori would go incredible with it. I got the half eternity version in white gold and it was $1730.
Out of the ones you posted I would go with number 1.
Post # 12
I like choice 1 or two best! I think they’ll compliment your ring well.