Wedding band opinions please!

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
761 posts
Busy bee

I like the asymmetry, personally 🤷🏻‍♀️

Post # 4
4904 posts
Honey bee

I don’t understand what you mean by asymmetry. Are you referring to the fact that there isn’t a band on each side of the engagement ring? Because when you said asymmetry I was thinking you are talking about a two Stone ring similar to Emily Ratajkowski and that it wouldn’t sit flush with the band. But if it’s the first thing, I mean typically, historically people wore one engagement ring and wedding band. Do you really think if not having a band on the other side bothers you now that you aren’t going to be equally bothered by there being a non-matching band? Because if I were a betting woman I would guess that that’s going to bother you just as much.

I personally like it as is and my guess is you’ll be used to it within a couple of weeks and not be bothered by that anymore. It’s just noticeable now because it’s new.

Post # 5
2887 posts
Sugar bee

Have you tried it with the engagement ring on top? I think it might look better to you then, because that’s probably what you’re used to seeing.

Post # 6
198 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I like it as is, except I’d prefer the e ring on top. I actually think it would look like way too much with two of those Neil Lane bands.

Post # 7
2904 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2006

Agree. Ering on top, and I like the asymmetry personally. I originally had 2 pave bands on either side of my solitaire when I first got married and had it changed. I felt like it looked like I was engaged and not married. 

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