Post # 1
Ok so I have a couple cz rose gold eternity bands that I got to test out what I liked best and I cannot come to a clear decision. These bands are 1.5mm. My ering band is 1.85mm.
option 1 would be to just get 1 band but the same thickness as my ering band. 1.85mm. Kind of like this.
Or option 2 is to get 2 bands flanking my ering. But 1mm each. like this but thinner.
I love both but sometimes I feel the two bands are just too much. And the one band is simpler but still gives that nice extra sparkle. HELP! Any opinions appreciated!
Post # 3
Same! One thicker band in rose gold! (You can always add the others later if you reaaaallllly need to, but the single rose gold band looks perfectly proportional with your ring)
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2017 - Ocean front
Haha I like the second one! :+)
Post # 8
Thanks everyone! yeah i think I’m also leaning more towards the one band. I just love really super thin and delicate bands though.
Post # 9
I vote for 2 bands. I love the look of stacking and I think your ring looks good flanked between two rose gold rings!
Post # 10
I vote 2! Reason is, the entire set looks more balanced to your hand to me, than just the one.
Post # 11
one band. i’ve never really been a fan of the band-on-either side look..it just always feels like it’s trying too hard to be matchy-matchy, ya know? i like the little bit of asymmetry you get with just one band
Post # 12
I like two on you. I think it has more of that wow factor!
Post # 13
For some reason I actually really prefer the two bands. Though its chunkier, I think when you’re working with two tines, it really helps the transition. I guess it depends on whether you’d prioritize size and style or color.
Post # 14
I love the two bands…looks more balanced to me.
Post # 15
I vote option two, the one with two bands.
I am actually doing the same thing for mine 🙂