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I love how everyone is stacking their rings.  I didn't know this was a 'trend' until you ladies starting posting pics.

I would love a dainty diamond band to go with my dainty twisted band, but didn't really think I could or that it would look good.... but you guys make me believe I can, so thanks :)

 

Your band is gorgeous!!! just what I would want too!

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I think stacked rings look so nice! I have short and chubby fingers and now I'm wondering whether it would look good for me haha. I guess you never know until you try! :D 

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I love your rings and agree that stacked rings look really nice. My fingers are too short for more rings :(

 

Good call on the bose system, I hear they're really good!

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@@acw271011 thats awesome. Mine is from Charm the diamond center. I didn't see one at peoples like that. The ones she was showing me there were all too chunky and stole the show from my engagement ring. Would have been nice to have them all from the same store but I also love my weddings bands.  

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@@acw271011 Your rings sound amazing!  I love the picture you posted, it's similar to my band but a bit thinner.  I can't wait to see the pictures when you get them back.

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I love the stacked bands, too! My e-ring is probably actually an eternity band, so I'm hoping to slowly add a few more bands over time. Hadn't thought about the mismatched gold - love that idea. I was talking to a woman at work who has a beautiful e-ring with a band on either side. She told her hubby that 2 bands is normal haha. He even commented about "poor so and so" (a friend of theirs) because she only got one band LOL

 

 

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I love the stacked bands, too! My e-ring is probably actually an eternity band, so I'm hoping to slowly add a few more bands over time. Hadn't thought about the mismatched gold - love that idea. I was talking to a woman at work who has a beautiful e-ring with a band on either side. She told her hubby that 2 bands is normal haha. He even commented about "poor so and so" (a friend of theirs) because she only got one band LOL

 

 

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Hahaha that's hilarious and he doesn't even know he's the 'sucker'. I wonder when the 2 bands even started? I had never heard of it until I started looking!

 

 

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We brought the Bose speaker with us camping this weekend to see how it runs with the Bluetooth and battery life. We figured being outside would give us a good idea how the sound will carry on the terrace and at the restaurant and it was so worth the $219 that it cost. It's perfect!!! And will be great for camping and stuff after Mexico. Doug is going to try and do a 5 hour program off Spotify so that after the renewal we can get it to the restaurant and set it and forget it.

 

So I did something a week ago. I had to think long and hard about it but I'm sooooo happy with my decision. I bought another dress. There was just something about mine that was bugging me and after getting so overheated while I had it on I went looking. I tried on about 7 styles in a salon and just couldn't get it right. I gave up and was just leaving the store and I stopped to look at 2 dresses that I had missed. I loved both of them, absolutely nothing like what I had been looking at. The lady in the store said come on, just try them on and see. I liked both of them so much, for totally different reasons, it took me nearly 20 minutes to make up my mind. I did, she checked and said there were 2 in the warehouse in Toronto and put the deposit down. It's Sophia Tolli and for some reason already available here. Now I have to try and sell my other one and thankfully the lady had other things on the go so hadn't started the alterations on it. Means I can sell it unaltered. I'm not going to post a pic of the new dress yet. I'll wait until Saturday the 12th when I go in for the alterations. It has already arrived in the store. I got a call on Friday afternoon. It's quite a bit plainer than the original one but I'm going to ask the seamstress to bling it up just a little. Stay tuned.....

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