- 6 years ago
- Wedding: May 2004
too much…the band overpowers the E-ring
Yes its too much, it all kind of blends together. On the up side its super sparkly 🙂
It DEF takes away from your ering big time.
I like the idea of the 5 stone band with your beautiful e-ring, but I’d maybe go for one a little smaller. I agree with the other bees, this one is overpowering.
I agree with the previous posts. You definitely don’t want to take away from your e-ring. These two rings seem to be competing with each other.
@carlybonomo: Honestly, I’m not a fan of this look. Sorry. I agree with previous posters who said the second ring completely overpowers the engagement ring. I think you can definitely find something a little smaller that still adds a lot of sparkle without being overwhelming.
Yea, that just seems too much for a wedding band.
Ok, my first question is which one is the ering and which is the wedding ring? The outside ring looks like the wedding band, but that’s traditionally worn on the inside so before giving advice I need to be sure which is which.
“Is this too many diamonds?”
There ain’t no such thing.
It would be too much for me, but if you like it – go for it! Its on your hand after all 🙂
It’s a gorgeous band! But the stones on the band are bigger than the stones in your e-ring!
I like it, and I dont think itmatters if the band is bigger than the ering in terms of carat size 🙂
@BuBuBubbles: The 3 stone ring is an anniversary present my hubby gave me on our 1 yr anniv. At the time, I bought a channel set .5 carat band that goes with it (not pictured). So I do have a band that is more in proportion to the 3 stone ring. The 5 stone band is a JCP diamond art band I bought to stack to see if It is something I want to upgrade to for my 10 year anniv. but if I do it needs to go with the other jewelry I own.
The both are gorgeous rings I just don’t feel they work together well on the same finger.
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