- 4 years ago
I am afraid that they will be out of style in a few years or so, and I tend to change my opinion about things like this so often! I just kind of get bored about accsseories quickly, can’t help it.
I am thinking about getting a stone with a halo for engagement ring (I am choosing together with my boyfriend since I am so picky with things!), since a bigger stone would be a little bit too expensive, and a halo would provide more finger coverage! I have kind of big hands and I think that a bigger stone than what we can afford would look better on me!
I also have a fear that a halo can have a sort of “tacky” look to it, like you want to give the illusion of a bigger stone, you just can’t afford it! I used the word “tacky” because I can’t think of any more suitable word, but I am sure there are better words to describe what I mean. And yes, it is just for this “tacky” reason I would like to have a halo! Will people consider these rings “tacky”, in a few years, when the hype is over?
And please, don’t get hurt by me asking that, I am thinking about getting a halo too, and this is a real concern that I have. I have seen, when lurking around here, that people can cet provocated about almost anything. And this is not a thing to get upset about. So if you got upset, just leave this thread, please, I want a serious discussion without namecalling / judging / blaming.
And I also didn’t say that they ARE tacky, I was just worried that people will look at them that way in a few years, even though I wouldn’t.
I am not into upgrades when it comes to engagement or wedding rings. So I have only one shot to get it right.
Have anyone with a halo thought of this, and do you think that you maybe will regret getting a halo?
Have anyone regretted getting a halo?
Or have anyone who was thingking about getting a halo NOT chosen a ring with one, for this reason?