Post # 1
Hello! First-time post. I recently bought two wedding bands to pair with my 9X7 radiant moissy, 14k rose gold e-ring. Both bands are 14k rose (plain band is flat 2mm and other is baguette diamonds full eternity 1mm). My ring size is 4.5. I can’t decide if I love them or if something different would go better with my e-ring! Please give your options and share your sets or ideas for inspiration! Thanks! 🙂
Post # 2
I don’t mind the baguette band, but rounds would give you more sparkle. I don’t personally like the plain flat band, I think a more rounded one would be prettier.
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2021 - Australia
I quite like this as a set, I think the baguettes mirror the square-ish shape of your e-ring. But then, I like baguettes
Post # 4
I think the baguettes look great with the center stone. But I don’t love the wider rose gold. It looks like it’s trying to match the e-ring band but not matching. I think you should get a plain rose gold band that matches your e-ring band! It will almost look like your center stone is on the baguette band and you habe two rose gold wedding bands.
Post # 5
I love it but I am biased as I have a flat wedding band and ering set in rose gold. Your radiant moissy is stunning! I say if it’s bothering you and you are unsure then you should probably keep looking or it will drive you crazy! My rule is if I have a second thoughts then it’s not for me! GL
heres my moissy set with the flat bands:
Post # 6
I love everything about your set. The fact that you have a radiant (LOVE IT!) already shows that you like sthg more unique.
The asymmetry of your set gives it a sophisticated, custom look. It won me over when I prefer the opposite:
– I’m usually not into baguettes, I prefer more faceted cuts (except rounds). However your ring is so tiny and cute, it would make me smile everyday.
– I prefer rounded bands. The simplicity of the flat band balances out the cuteness the other band.
They would look great worn as 1, 2, or 3. No matter the poll results, only you know if you can’t stop thinking about it or you feel there’s something better out there (there likely is, there always is). I would definitely keep it, but it’s your decision.
PS: I’m a rose gold gal too and my theory is that our taste is likely a bit more “out of the norm” that our YG and WG sisters.
Post # 7
I love it!
It’s very modern and chic!
I love radiant cut moissys!
Post # 8
Keep this set, it’s seriously gorgeous!! Looks classic and timeless but still uniquely stylish with the flat band — which is something I normally wouldn’t love but in this set looks too fantastic to change! It just sets off the baguette band flawlessly, a rounded band wouldn’t have the same effect. I also think the two bands would look lovely on their own, for days you want a simplier set without your e-ring.
Post # 9
My preference would be going with a slightly more rounded band! (I voted)
eitherway its nice
Post # 10
I love this set! So elegant!😍
Post # 12
I think it would look beautiful with just the e-ring, and the baguettes as your wedding band.
Post # 13
I’m not a fan of the plain band; it looks bulky. Since you have a radiant e-ring and baguette band, how about adding another band of round cut?
Post # 14
I love the baguette band with your e-ring and would actually want to see a pic of just the e-ring with the baguette band. I feel like that could look really nice.
The rose gold band looks a little too wide together with everything. I would think about getting something that is thinner, but more textured. Maybe a twisted or braided band? Just a thought!
But width in a wedding band is also good in some ways, I think the rose gold band you have now would be amazing to wear on its own if you wanted to wear a plain band, for activities like hiking/camping, for travel, for casual days, etc. Although you could also easily get a cheaper pain band of another material (silver, tungsten, titanium, stainless steel, silicone, etc.) for that purpose.
Post # 15
Okay bees! The new two front runners are below. One has the baguette band plus a 1.5mm round eternity band. This set doesn’t sit perfectly flush but that is okay with me. The other options I’m currently loving is the super simple thin plain band on its own (very understated). I will be keeping the wider flat band to wear on its own occasionally.