Post # 1
Trying to figure out what would look best with my ering
Should I get the ring that goes with the collection like this:
Or something like this that has a curve (not from the same collection, but it’s from zales)
What do you all think?
Post # 3
I would need to see them on your finger, next to the engagement ring. Does the curve fit with your e-ring?
Post # 4
I’m not sure..I have only tried on the one without the curve haha..I’ll take a pic next time I’m there to try them on
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
I think you should go with the straight band unless you can find a curved one that’s the exact same shape– I think it might look a little funny if you have a curved one that doesn’t fit right up to your e-ring.
Post # 6
I say get the straight band that goes with it. I have an e-ring that is pretty much the same shape as yours (split shank with cushion halo) and I got a straight band to sit next to it.
Post # 7
Do you ever plan on wearing you band alone? If so, go no curve because they look like something is missing when worn alone IMO. Both are pretty styles though! If the straight one doesn’t fit around your ering though and you mostly plan on wearing as a set then go for the curve!
Post # 8
Not curved would be your best option.
Post # 9
I never thought about that, thanks!
Post # 10
I’d go with straight band so that you can wear it separately if you choose to. 🙂
Post # 11
I think that’s what I will do! Thanks!
Post # 12
I got a slightly curved band and now I’m second guessing it I don’t think I will ever choose to only wear a band but i dunno… I vote straight also
Post # 13
I like straight, unless it fits in perfectly, which they hardly do unless you get it custom, I think curved looks funny!
Post # 14
If you ever plan to wear them separate once in a while, dont do curved.
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Post # 16
Def the straight band. You have the chance of wearing it alone, and it should create a little gap, distinguishing it as a seperate ring from your e-ring.