Post # 1
Wondering which is the optimal band width for me. Center diamond is same size, but band width differs.
Option 1. width is 2.0 mm (both rings):
Option 2. width is 2.5 mm (both rings):
Thinner bands in option 1 makes center diamond/piece look bigger but are those too thin for me?
In turn, option 2 might be too bulky for my taste..
Which one you prefere?
Post # 2
2 and 2.5 is not a huge difference but do you plan on wearing the wedding band on its own at times? If you do, the 2.5 would stand out a bit better on its own and overall the 2.5 set doesn’t look too bulky on your hand.
Post # 3
2.5 gets my vote. Just think it makes the set look more balanced and substantial
Post # 4
Lol. The irony of the perfectly even 50% vote when trying toget help making s decision. Ugh.
I voted for 2.5mm
Post # 5
2.5 looks nicely proportioned to your hand.
Post # 6
Thank you for the comments!
It is almost 50-50 – however, I think I’m goong for thinner bands. There is always possibility to add third thicker band later if this combo feels too thin…
Post # 7
Thank you all for the votes!
Post # 8
I vote for 2.5 mm , as for me it looks more substantial.
Post # 9
I personally like thinner bands–it makes the fingers look longer and your center stone pop! 2mm has my vote!
Post # 10
I voted 2mm. I love thinner bands.
Post # 11
Here is one more picture of the two thin bands if this is more clear than the pervious picture
Post # 12
I think 2.5 is the perfect “happy place” for band widths. I know thin is in… But i also picture being able to just snip those rings with a wire cutter haha. I don’t know, something with a little more substance has more of a quality look and feel to me. Its all personal preference 🙂