- 3 years ago
This was my exact same dilemma 🙂 I ended up going no halo because my diamond is 1.5 carats and it was enough to let the diamond speak for itself. If you have to downgrade your centre stone for the halo, I wouldn’t bother. The solitare is gorgeous and timeless 🙂 Halos are great to make a smaller stone look bigger and with the specs you are looking at it isn’t needed.
No halo 🙂
Decided– no halo! Thanks ladies!
i think they’re very on trend right now, while they’re pretty I prefer the classic look of a solitaire … of course I have a solitaire so I’m a bit biased 😉
Wait. I love halos. I’ve loved them since I was a little kid, my mom had an aquamarine ring (from the 70’s) with a diamond halo. Why does everyone hate on halos?? I love them! I think they are beautiful!
raeann1984 : Hello! In my personal opinion I think the no halo looks better with your bands and on your hand! Also I feel your pain. I went through this exact decision last week and it was awful. Back and forth, back and forth. I unltimately decided that going solitaire with no halo is the way to go because it’s not a fad, it’s beautfiul, timeless and stunning. Also if you get tired of the solitaire it’s not a big deal to add the halo to it at a later time! But I wanted to ask you where you got your e-ring band? I absolutely LOVE your e-ring band but havent’ been able to find a diamond band just like yours here in Oklahoma with the diamonds kind of separated from one another and on a dainty/thin looking band. How many mm is your e-ring band?
patiencejones : those are just inspirational pictures I’m looking at 😊 I don’t have any rings yet. But I’m in love with that ering look. They call the band a shared prong rings or bubbles and breath ring. If u Google those you should be able to find bands that look the same. Hope that helps!