View Poll Results: Married, do you still wear your engagement ring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emzluvbub View Post
    I wear both but I had them soldered together so they don't slip. (You can't see the soldering, it's on the inside. Just looks like the rings are nicely placed together) And as Buttoneska said, wedding ring goes first, then engagement ring.
    Same here, only I have a split wedding band. So my engagement ring is soldered in the middle.

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    Much to DH's disgust I tend not to wear either. I have had them resize twice now as I keep losing weight and they still don't fit (still too big) and I'm reluctant to keep changing them and potentially weakening them so I try to wear them if going out for dinner etc but generally I don't. I do love them so it's a shame.

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    I wear both.

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    I wear both. I have a plain wedding ring (by choice) so that it never has to come off and my engagement ring is on unless I'm swimming, heavy duty cleaning etc. I lllluuurrrrvvveeee my engagement ring. No way is it going to sit in a box.

    I have no desire for an eternity ring.

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    I wear both of mine on a chain.

    Mostly because my fingers swell so easily and the ringa get too tight.


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    I wear none at the moment because my fingers swell when pregnant, so they don't fit.

    I usually wear 3, wedding (plain band), engagement (small diamond) and eternity. BUT... I STILL haven't found my wedding ring that DD took into the garden to "wash" over a year ago. I always stare sadly at my courtyard we are moving soon, so I guess it's gone for good.

    I know people who only wear their wedding band though. Especially with kids, because their diamond ring scratches their kids when playing or they don't want to lose the diamond.

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    I only wear my wedding ring, engagement ring doesn't for anymore. Really need to get it resized.

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    I wear my engagement & wedding ring but my engagement ring has to be the one closest to my wrist as its a really high setting.

    I feel naked if i don't wear my rings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinyLittleTootsies View Post
    I know people who only wear their wedding band though. Especially with kids, because their diamond ring scratches their kids when playing or they don't want to lose the diamond.
    This is one reason I stopped wearing mine. I purposely chose one with no claws, so have a square diamond with bevelled edges, but still managed to scratch DS even though it's totally flat on top!

    Hope you find your ring before you move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    I wear my engagement, wedding and eternity ring all together everyday, day and night. They are so pretty and cost a fair bit so of course I want to flash my bling lol.

    This is me too! Mine only come off when Im making schnitzels


 

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