(Closed) question for the already married bees

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
2808 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

i keep my ring in my jewelry box when i’m not wearing it (i rarely wear my engagement ring when i’m sleeping, and i take it off when i’m doing heavy cleaning or anything where it could be damaged). if i’m doing dishes, there’s a little ring holder in the kitchen, my ring goes there. my mother does the same with hers.

some people choose to not wear a ring sometimes. personal choice.

Post # 4
8882 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

I wear both my engagement ring and wedding band. I never taken them off.

Post # 5
4478 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

My ering’s tall with micropave, so it’s not suitable for everyday wear plus I knock it on things due to the height.  Most days I wear a titanium band because it’s more practical.

Post # 6
3241 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

My engagement ring is non-traditional (I have sapphires instead of diamonds). I now wear it on my right hand because it doesn’t match my wedding band well. But I do still wear both rings.

Post # 7
18643 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I take my rings off often but when I’m out of the house I wear both of them.

Post # 8
12248 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2013

I wear both, but would prefer to wear just my wedding band. I have a very glitzy, very expensive e-ring, and sometimes I feel uncomfortable wearing it around!

Post # 9
3720 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@soinlove79:  I wear both, but take off my engagement ring for some job purposes. I have a larger than average ring for my industry and it is clear that my Darling Husband does quite well. If I have a meeting with certain industry folks (the sexist pigs), I don’t want them to even focus on that I am married and leave it in my desk. The same goes for when I do site visits– it draws attention in the wrong way. 

My coworkers took of their more modest engagement rings when they had kids. They got really messy with toddlers.

Post # 10
1161 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@soinlove79:  I wear them both anytime I leave the house. I’ve noticed sometimes older married ladies don’t wear a ring like sometimes my mom won’t wear hers and she’s been married for 32 years. Idk, maybe the novelty of showing the world you’re taken wears off for some people.

Post # 11
101 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@soinlove79:   Erings are so expensive. We lose them, we gain weight, we lose weight, they become outdated, uncomfortable (I had one that made a mark on my finger). Ive been married 10 years and have had probably 4 erings, none of them were super expensive. This year we are up grading, and I am keeping this (crosses fingers) for a very long time. 

Post # 12
1175 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2002

@soinlove79:  I’ve been married 11 years and always wear both of my rings!  I still love them, and get distracted by them! 🙂

Post # 13
844 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

I love my ring but it’s more comfortable to wear just the (simple, stoneless) band. if I’m dressing up to go on a date or whatever then sure, I’ll bring out the bling, but normally for comfort, I just have my band.

and I love my band, it means I’m married! even though it was cheaper, I definitely have more emotional attachment to it compared to the e-ring. it’s just… so dear, and means so much. the e-ring is for showing off, the band is for myself. 😉

Post # 14
1088 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I know what you mean, my Mom stopped wearing her e-ring, and then her w-ring right about when I was born, but it was mostly because of health, if that makes sense?  She has health issues and her hands swell a lot, and she couldn’t resize them to the point of having them fit at all times (or was scared to, and have them get stuck?).  My Dad has never worn a ring (first was an EMT, then a nurse) and so they never bought him one.  In hindsight, maybe that’s why I have never been big on rings?  I wanted something super simple for an e-ring, and I only wear it out of the house, never indoors.  I guess growing up, it wasn’t a symbol of marriage to me, as my only married role models didn’t wear them 🙂

People have lots of reasons not to wear them I guess, and health issues could come into play.

Post # 15
4714 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 1998

I go thru stages that I wear just my diamond band, just my plain band or all of them. Recently I have been wearing them all

Post # 16
3101 posts
Sugar bee

@soinlove79:  I always wear both my e-ring and w-band!  I love them and can’t imagine going ring-less!

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