- 3 years ago
They are SO different, it’s a hard comparison! I voted for B because it’s very unique and beautiful. I definitely appreciate more classic/traditional ring styles (and the first ring is nice!), but my personal preference is for something that’s more unique and stands out more. I think ring B is lovely 🙂 And the matching band makes it complete!
Love A because it’s classic and I like a knife edge. While B is lovely, it’s just not my style.
I voted A but for me it would decide on the size of your center stone! I really don’t think you can go wrong with either one, they are both pretty.
A because it’s so classically beautiful, it looks more valuable too, I think B almost looks like costume jewelery
B is AMAZING
Nothing will change my mind on my ring but I will just say if I had seen this option I would have included it for SO to consider !!
I like B. I think A is too predictable.
I absolutely love B. A is a bit plain (read: boring) and I don’t like the mixed metals.
I’d say A and then you can add all kinds of cool bands like the curved band in Bs set plus whatever else you want. Win-win 🙂
Ring A cuz it’s classic and timeless. Ring B is too trendy amd will look extremely dated in a matter of time
I voted ring B because it’s different and unexpected. But honestly I love both.
I don’t like the peg-head on A, but B is too busy for me. I would say A, and get a creative/leafy band to stack.
B was actually in my top 10 rings I had SO pick from, so definitely B from me. It’s so pretty and unique, whereas solitaires are boring IMO/I’m not personally a huge fan of mixed metals. I don’t think it’s “trendy” in the way that, say, halos are right now. Even then, trends can be cool…vintage jewelry from the Victorian to Art Deco period wouldn’t exist, and we’d be stuck with just solitaires.
However, others make a good point about how you’ll have more options for bands with A, but it’s also cool to have the perfect band for B already there. 🙂
I am not a fan of two-tone rings, and B is super unique and different, so I voted B.
I voted for B. I like the details on it and I don’t like the look of knife-edge so A really isn’t my style.
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