Post # 1
After 8 shops and 4 hours this is the only other option I found. It’s more expensive but Fiance liked it more than the other.
Sorry for huge sideways pic. Also the band was too big and my e-ring needs cleaning lol.
Post # 3
This is the previous choice by the way
Post # 4
@clairelou29: love today’s find. It looks like it was made to go with your ering!!
Post # 5
@clairelou29: Much better. It matches way more to your engagement ring!
Post # 6
I do like this one. I was one of the few who liked the other one too – but I needed to think on it before voting. With this ring combo – no need to think – it was an immediate YES! Gorgeous!!!
Post # 7
@clairelou29: I think that both of those waaaaaaay over power your e-ring. Are you at all considering a plain band?
Post # 8
I’m not a fan of either ring, but I’m not going to be the one wearing it.
If you want something not completely matching, I would pair up a very thin prong set band.
Post # 9
@ceebree: I agree. Unless you’re just going to wear the band?
Post # 10
@ceebree: agree it has waaaay too much going on I think it’s too clunky :/
Post # 11
They’re just a lot together. I think the only way it really works is if you wear your engagement ring on your right hand and the wedding band on your left.
Post # 12
Keep looking. Definitely keep looking. Perhaps just one row of stones on the band? Something simpler would compliment your e-ring better.
Post # 13