Tuesday, October 25, 2016

THE FEELING IS REAL: MRS. RICHARDS WEARS ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RING TOGETHER

Maine Mendoza is proudly displaying her beautiful engagement band and wedding ring on her finger together.


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HOW TO WEAR WEDDING & ENGAGEMENT RING SET


Now that you are married and have both your engagement ring and your wedding band, the real question is, how do you wear them? Should you wear them both on your ring finger on your left hand? Should you wear the engagement ring on top or on bottom? Or maybe you should wear them on two different fingers altogether? Here is a rundown on how to wear wedding rings.


  




Wear Them On Ring Finger – Wedding Band On Top

The first option is to wear them on the traditional ring finger, on your left hand, in the order your received them in. This means the diamond ring goes on bottom, and the wedding band on top. This is a traditional way of wearing the rings, but may not work with all ring styles or finger types.


Wear Them On Ring Finger – Engagement Ring On Top

Keeping with tradition, you can wear both rings on the left hand on the ring finger, but with the engagement ring on top. This could be because you like it better, or because it simply looks better this way. There are those who do it for sentimental reasons as well. They feel that wearing the wedding band on the bottom keeps it closer to the heart.



Wear Engagement Ring On One Ring Finger and Wedding Band On The Other

Another option, though less traditional, is to wear the engagement ring on one ring finger on the left hand and the wedding band on the right hand’s ring finger. This way is good for those with short fingers, who don’t like having so many rings on one finger. Also, some women do not have a wedding ring set that matches (most likely because their husband wasn't thinking about that), and so, the wedding band may not look good with the engagement ring. Similarly, the ring may be so stunning that it is needed to be displayed on its own without distraction.



Alternate Between Rings

Though both rings are intended to be worn, and most women do, some choose not to wear both of them at the same time. This could be because one ring is very expensive and is only worn on special occasions. Another reason could be because two rings are too much for some women and wearing one at a time is simpler.


Engagement Ring on Left Hand’s Ring Finger, Wedding Band On Whichever Finger

Engagement rings are mostly worn on the ring finger of the left hand. Most people who wear their engagement rings stick to tradition. Promise rings are often worn on the ring finger of the right hand. Wedding bands though, can be worn on any finger the wearer sees fit. It may not be the norm, but each individual must decide for themselves. Though there may be an “official” way of wearing your rings, this is the 21st Century and there should be no “right” way. Every person must do what they feel is best for them. After all, beautiful rings such as Kirk Kara or Michael B rings would look good on anyone, regardless of which finger they are on! Written By: Gideon Raz


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