Post # 17
@LittleAudrey: So that’s NOT your e-ring in the photos? I got confused for a second. It’s so hard to compare the two bands without seeing them with your actual e-ring… but I vote for the daintier one. It really depends on the size/shape of your hand and fingers too. I have small dainty hands with skinny fingers, so I’m all for dainty. I think giant thick-banded rings look silly and gaudy on me.
Post # 18
@LittleAudrey: I have been looking at similar rings and tried on a 4mm one similar to this and it looked overwhelming! The smaller one looked better with my ring, which is similar to the size of your.
BTW-Where did you find that ring? I’m still searching 🙂
Post # 19
ddubuzz- the ring is nearly idenitical to mine. The company had my ring in stock and took the photo– the only difference is that my ering band is plain metal (not pave) and my stone is 1 carat, while the photo looks like 1.5 carats.
des salazar- My ring is from moissaniteco.com! But I was browsing bluenile and saw nearly an identical band there.
Okay, so I slept on it. I know I’m never going to upgrade my set– I’m too sentimental. This makes me lean toward the larger band, because if it’s the same price, it’s hard to say no. I’m thinking that if it arrives, I’ll have 30 days to decide if it overpowers my ring. I keep looking at the photo of the thicker band and I can’t get over how stunning it is. I have long thin fingers and can pull off a thicker look, plus I plan on wearing them on separate hands quite often. I’m going to give it a little more time, and will let you know my final decision 🙂 If you have opinions, keep them coming.
Post # 20
DO IT =]. get more for your money. If you keep going back to the bigger one, why even consider the smaller one?!
Post # 21
Update: I have decided on the larger one 🙂 Thanks for all of your input. I’ll follow this post up in a week or so with pictures!