Post # 17
I like the original curved band, but just one of them. I almost never like when someone flanks their ering with matched bands. To me, it makes their ring look like it has a super wide band and shrinks the center stone.
Post # 18
oh cool. I like the plain band on the bottom, then the diamond band, then your wedding ringg, esp if its a bit thinner! Just get it-you can mix and match it any way you want once you’re married! I like having options 🙂
Post # 19
I like it! My favorite way is with the plain band on the bottom or the plain band on the top. I think your beautiful diamond band looks best hugging your gorgeous e-ring. I think a plain band is invaluable to have when you want something to wear to feel married but bling isn’t practical. I think if you can you should get both, even if you don’t always wear all three together.
Post # 20
I think it looks good with the straight, plain band, your curved Wband band and closest to your nail, your beautiful ERing.
Post # 21
I don’t think it looks bad per se, but I don’t think the plain band adds anything.
Post # 22
I think that version of the stack looks best too. And you’re right–can’t hurt to just get the plain band to have. Thanks ladies!
Post # 23
I have 3 Rings (1 ERing & 2 WBands… 1 Sparkly & 1 Plain)
And I have to say I LOVE having options… 1, 2, 3 rings at a time… mix n match, stack em etc.
As you can see, just experimenting means you’ll find that somethings work, and somethings don’t
Clearly the visual is better for the 2 UPDATE Photos vs your original one
Here is another one you might want to try…
Plain on the Bottom, and the sparkly turned around to face it … sort of like this
Post # 24
@This Time Round:
having options definitely sounds nice. And I think I might have had your stack in mind when I thought about the possibility of adding a plain band lol. That’s a good suggestion for using just the 2 bands if I won’t be wearing my e-ring for some reason.
Post # 25
- Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island
I think the only thing that matters is that YOU like it.
Post # 26
How about a more narrow plain band? It seems to overpower the rest of your set to me. I like the versions shown where your plain band is on the bottom. It seems to flow better to me. Great idea, though!
Post # 28
@pineapplez17: I think it looks good either way.
Post # 29
I can’t believe I had not read your post 2 weeks ago! I love playing with stacks and I’m actually doing something so similar to you. I got my rose gold diamond band in so here is the look of my straight/contour/e-ring combination. I totally love it!!!
Post # 30
lol thanks! I’m surprised this got resurrected. I bought a cheap 2mm band to see what it would look like. I think it looks a lot better, but I still haven’t decided.
Post # 31
I loved the look of mismatched sets! I think the last pic you just posted makes it look better, the first pics you posted seemed to get a lot of “no’s” but to me the thinner band works. Maybe even try a 1.5mm band so your e-ring and initial wedding band still seem as the main ones? The 2mm band looks great too 🙂 your original set still stands out which I think it’s beautiful!
may I ask what your center stone is?