(Closed) Sick of Ering

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 17
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Worker bee

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natashanicole:  stunning ring. I find if you hide it for awhile and “re-find” it, you’ll fall in love again. another option would be buying a cheaper more simple ring and you can pick and choose what you want to wear that day πŸ™‚ 

Post # 18
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Sugar bee

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natashanicole:  so you’re expecting him to buy you a 2nd ring? 

Post # 20
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Sugar bee

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natashanicole:  ah, ok. Well if he doesn’t have to spend extra money I would say its your finger you need to wear it on so your choice. 

Post # 22
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Sugar bee

I love your ring. I like to shake up my rings. I have some that are simple (even a 1mm gold band I wear from time to time) all the way to crazy over the top huge rings. Nothing is wrong with wanting to chage it up now and again. It does not mean you have to throw away the ring you have. 

Post # 23
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2018

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natashanicole:  I think that approaching your hubby about a new ring needs to be taken slowly,introduce him to the idea but I would keep the original and offer to pay in full or go Dutch on a “stand-in” that you’re comfortable with. A less expensive ring off etsy or going the moissy route is a good place to start. Good luck but never get rid of that heirloom piece! 😊

Post # 24
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Busy bee

If you’re not opposed to this you could always buy rings from Berricle. That way you can buy something you like that’s affordable and wear every now and then! 

Post # 25
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

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natashanicole:  it was established before we were even engaged that eventually I would want a few, so it was no surprise. 

Now, if I were approaching the subject and my husband thought there was no reason for me to have a second, I would let him know that the one he proposed with is super special, and while I can’t see myself parting with it, some days I want something a little less busy, more classic even. I don’t wear my bling halo all the time because sometimes I feel more low key. Unless you are comfortable the same way all the time, and few people are, say it’s like being in formal wear all the time, sometimes you want to chill in your yoga pants and sweatshirt. You could also bring up concern that since this is an antique and irreplaceable, it would be nice to have something to wear for trips, dirty jobs, etc. so you don’t have to worry about damaging or losing your original. 

My original ering is a CZ in white gold, and I love it to pieces, but it isn’t a “forever” gemstone and I would be crushed if anything happened to it, so I have other rings to wear that I live, but are replaceable if something happened to them. Not so with the ring he asked me to marry him with. 

We grow and change during our lives, and that manifests in many different ways. Maybe get a cheapie CZ set in the style you think youd rather wear sometimes and see how it feels, then decide if trying for an addition or swap is right for you. I would hate to see you change Your unique ring, but you need to do what makes you happy, just be slow in deciding what that is. πŸ™‚

Post # 29
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Bumble bee

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natashanicole:  oh my gosh, i absolutely love your ring. its such a gorgeous classic edwardian piece. your ring is the type of ring that a 150 years from now there will still be ladies drooling over it. the artistry and geometric design is undeniable.  

is it possible that you’re a little tired of it bc it’s not what’s super trendy or classic right now? or, did u always want a solitare? i’m guessing u used to like it since u’ve had it for years. 

i know i change my fashion with the trends. if ur used to changing your clothing, hair, makeup, every season maybe ur just bored with ur ring? get a cheap stand-in ring if you want or even just wear something simple to work out/cook/go to the gym. i’m guessing you’ll always come back to your unique stunning ring.   

Post # 30
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Bee Keeper

Wow, that’s quite an e-ring! Are you married? If you’re looking for a simpler look, you could just wear the wedding band. 

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