Post # 1
Hi Bees! My bf has asked me to decide what ring I want (eeeekkk!!!) and I need your opinions!! I know I want a halo ring with a split shank & found these two that I love. Neither one is on my hand – they r pictures from other brides. Hope they don’t mind that I’m posting them!
Anyyyway, please vote for which one you like better & why! Thanks!
Post # 5
I love number 1! I voted for this option, because I think that the elongated shape of the ring — and its rounded corners (vs. the square shape of the second ring and its harsher angles) are much more flattering.
Post # 6
Definitely #1! I prefer more rounded looks to square, and #2 looks too chunky.
Post # 9
#1. The first looks more expensive like it has a bigger center stone, so that may affect the poll. Personally I think the rounded look is timeless, and way more aesthetically pleasing. Try to imagine what you’d like to see on your hand 30 years from now.
Post # 10
I voted number 1 because it looks to me like the stones are smaller in the halo, which is my personal preference as it makes the ring look like it has a big stone from a distance or at a glance, but catches your eye because it’s a halo. If that makes sense. My mind’s not working well right now. But both are pretty for sure!
Post # 11
I voted #1. The center stone seems to pop more, and I think it’s because the halo does a great job of accenting it. Also, it’s so sparkly which is never a bad thing. =)
Post # 12
I like 1 best. Great choice with a ring style by the way! (I have a halo with a split shank band as well haha) 🙂
Post # 13
Definitely number one. I prefer the rounded corners.
Post # 14
#1 is so beautiful!!! > <
Post # 15
I like #1 the best because I like how the shape of the center stone looks and also I like that the band is thinner and not as bulky. I prefer rings that don’t overbear the finger. Especially of you have small fingers.
Post # 16
Same reasons here! I prefer more rounded/softer shapes & lines. It also looks like a more delicate halo. I am not much for halos, but I do prefer ones that are more subtle.