What kind of ring do you wear on your left hand?

What kind of ring do you wear on your left hand?

Wearing Various Diamond Ring Styles On your left ring finger, wear classic engagement and wedding bands. An engagement ring is traditionally worn on your left ring finger at the time of your engagement. When you marry, your wedding band is placed on that finger.

However, you can also wear other rings on this finger! Your wedding band should be made of silver or gold for protection reasons (as opposed to platinum or another metal). If you have a diamond ring, it's best to put it on your little finger instead. The skin there is less sensitive than on your index finger, so you'll feel the weight of the stone less frequently.

In addition to wedding and engagement rings, your left hand may also show signs of wealth and status. A beautiful sapphire, ruby, or diamond ring will reflect light in all colors, making it an excellent choice if you want your finger to be the focus of attention.

Finally, your left hand may simply be free to wear something bold and colorful! There are no right or wrong uses for jewelry; choose what fits your style best.

For example, if you prefer subtlety over sparkle, then a simple ring is enough to make your hand look elegant. However, if you're a fan of bling, go for it! You can never have too much sparkle on one hand!

Can you wear your engagement ring on your left hand?

You can wear your wedding ring and engagement ring on the same hand; your wedding band on the left and your engagement ring on the right; or only your wedding ring. It's up to you! Just make sure that you don't put too much pressure on yourself to try and fit in "the correct" way of wearing your rings.

The most important thing is that you feel comfortable with what you choose to wear on your hands. There are many different ways to wear rings and no right or wrong way. As long as you're not hurting yourself or others, then you can do whatever feels right for you.

Wearing your wedding ring on your left hand after getting married is a traditional choice among brides; however, there are no real reasons why you couldn't wear it on your right hand instead. Most people prefer to wear their wedding bands on the left hand because it's considered to be the working hand. Wearing a ring on your right hand would be like asking to be called out for a job interview while wearing your work clothes. This wouldn't make any sense at all!

There are some people who believe that if you wear your wedding ring on your left hand then this means that you will always have been married first to your wife and then to the army.

Is there a right way to wear wedding rings?

The right method to wear a wedding ring set in Western cultures is to wear the engagement and wedding bands on the ring finger on the left hand. This stems back to ancient times, when people thought that the vein in the left ring finger led directly to the heart.

Today, this is still the preferred method of wearing wedding rings. However, if you prefer, you can put your wedding band on the right hand, where the blood flow is reversed.

Wearing the rings this way may not be comfortable for some people; especially if you wear tight-fitting rings. If this is the case for you, then simply switching the position of your engagement ring and wedding ring would be comfortable for most people.

Although changing how you wear your wedding rings is acceptable, doing so without first consulting your partner may not be appreciated.

People have different ideas about what kind of touch they dislike more - receiving a ring that has been poorly kept or worn by others, or no ring at all. Be sure to ask your partner what kind of touch they expect from you before you give them a wedding ring!

If you have an old ring that you want to wear with your new one, this is called "recycling" your jewelry. Recycling means taking an item that has value and using it with something that you already have.

About Article Author

Sharon Stokes

Sharon Stokes is a fashion lover, who has been known to be the best dressed woman in her circle of friends. She has an eye for detail and knows what looks good on anyone. She graduated from college with a degree in psychology but found herself wanting to do something more creative. She opted instead to pursue her love of fashion and now spends most days working as a stylist at one of the top fashion magazines in New York City.

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