This is just an observation; I don’t know why other married people haven’t worn their wedding bands after the following months or years of their nuptial. I wasn’t able to wear this kind of ring but if I have the chance for sure I will forever wear it. Ring signifies love and commitment to each other so it should not be forgotten. Sadness, because as I said I’ve seen married couple especially mens wedding bands are being neglected. Some of them just wanted to hide it in their jewelry box. Aside from that some of wedding rings are put in pawn shops. Well, this is just my observation and if I’m wrong you can correct me =).
For as long as I can remember yellow gold has been the craze for wedding bands. It was classic and timeless. Everybody I knew had a yellow gold wedding band. Then in the 80’s there was a push towards silver rings and the really wealthy would go with platinum. Now there has been a huge shift. In fact a few years ago white cobalt chrome rings hit the markets. These rings look just as good as platinum but usually cost a tenth of the price of a platinum ring. This is making a different look available to many people. The options seem endless to the types of wedding bands you can go with. If you like the white look you have nearly a dozen options
Another popular white metal are white gold wedding bands. White gold seems like a magical type of metal. It isn’t really magic but jeweler manufacturers take a piece of gold and they add nickel or some other metal alloys to it to make it white. Overtime the white will fade and your ring will have a yellow tent to it. It only makes sense that gold will look yellow. So there are many new options for white metals. You should do your research and choose wisely.
Guest post written by Jared