Two-Tone Wedding Bands
When picking out your wedding band, there are so many options to choose from. A few things that any guy should consider when making this couch are:
- Do you want diamonds?
- What type of metal do you want?
- Do you need a hypo-allergenic metal like platinum or palladium?
- Can your ring be cut in the event of an accident (tungsten carbide can’t for example – definitely something to consider).
- Is comfort cut important for you
- Do you want gemstones, and if so, which ones?
Two-tone wedding bands have a sneaky benefit
The option that we see most people getting hung-up on is which precious metal. In other words, yellow gold, white gold or rose gold? If you’re the kind of guy that has a hard time making small decisions, you’re in luck!
We have a large selection of two-tone rings, and can create a custom band upon request. Over the past few years, we have seen a slow movement back towards yellow gold wedding bands. There’s a good chance that the silver/platinum look that has been so popular over the last decade will begin to fade out, so you may be able to get ahead of the curve with a two-tone ring.
Another major trend that we are seeing for men is rose gold. Many of the most popular fine watches that have come on to the scene lately are either made completely from rose gold, or at least have important elements on the dial or case. A two-tone ring would be a good way to match your wedding band with the fine watch you are wearing (which is next-level style in our opinion)!
Whatever you choose – you literally can’t go wrong. Two-toned bands are a great option for any guy that wants to stand out from the crowd.
When you are ready to try some on, schedule an appointment here to speak with one of our jewelry experts.