Post # 1
To make this short without a boring explaination: I have several rings that all hold special meaning to me (ering, wedding band, push present, birthday present) that I mix and match depending on my mood or what’s going on that day (plain rose gold band for hanging around the house vs ering and wedding band for going out to dinner, etc.). Plain and simple – which combination do you like best?
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2013 - A court...
mm a or b 🙂 though I think sapphire ring would look pretty with the band from b!
Post # 4
@BearyLovely: I really love C! I think it’s elegant and definitely more unique than the first two. It looks like Princess Di’s/Kate Middleton’s set, which I adore very much!
Princess Di’s set:
Kate’s set (the engagement ring is the same obviously):
Post # 7
I love B! A and C seem missmatched
Post # 8
I can’t say I wasn’t inspired by the Diana/Kate ring. I truly love it. And I love Kate. Call me a poser but I love what I love! The sapphire was a push present I recieved recently and my husband put a lot of thought into it…. it’s more than just “oh i’ve heard her say she likes Kate’s ring” – it is symbolic of a few different things so it is very dear to me 🙂
Post # 9
C is very pretty, but it bugs me a little when rings don’t lie flush with each other. I agree with blushpink that A seems mismatched. B is lovely and gets my vote!
Post # 10
“D”: The sapphire with the diamond band. 🙂
Post # 11
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I looove combo C, even though I might be biased, since I myself wear a gemstone ering and band. But I also love how the oval shape of ring C makes your fingers look longer.
Post # 12
The diamond band actually sits pretty high so the prongs would rub up against the prongs in the sapphire ring. Also the diamonds are quite a bit larger in the band than the sapphire. See what I mean?
Post # 13
I mever really noticed that. Thank you!
Post # 14
I’ve been researching very thin pave bands to go with the sapphire… swwon
Post # 15
C! I love the colours together.