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I know you were wondering what kind of rings I was looking at the other day so here ya go...
I was thinking instead of a very plain, but elegant setting like the one I chose in my previous post (which I still LOVE by the way) to maybe do something a tad more dramatic for me. I love the idea of putting a plain solitaire in the middle of two channel set bands. I have very thin fingers as in my finger was sized to 5 and three quarters to figure in the Summer swelling. So, my finger is even thinner in the Winter (too bad the rest of me doesn't match them, tehe). so I have to go with something delicate and not so big and bulky. Literally, a 2 carat ring overpowers my finger; so, LC is a lucky man knowing that a 1 1/2 carat looks mighty big on my finger. Although, I don't know about the bowing out on this setting. I still like it though.
I, also, like this one. Except, I would like it more if it was a round solitaire. I think the thicker band on the engagement ring itself gives it a little edge. And, according to my bestie Elle, I am Preppy with an Edge. Ha=)
Also, I cannot wait until my Rue La La package comes in! It contains this little beauty. And you know what, it is still listed on Vineyard Vines' website for $69.50, and this Belle scooped it up for a mere $35 bucks on Rue La La's sale. Can I get a fist pump with a big "yesssss" and a high five too. Thanks=)
And, I know, I know this blog is all over the place, but you should check out A Southern Accent's post today for all you paper lovers and soon-to-be-brides and the I wish he'd hurry up and ask me girls so I have a real reason to look at these *no knocking on these girls b/c I'm one of them LOL*. My favorite was this: