I’m Proudly Married, But Sometimes I Take Off My Wedding Ring
I know what you’re thinking: “Remove my wedding ring?! Never!”
Up until recently, I would have agreed with you. However, I’ve recently learned that there is one situation in which youabsolutely must take off your wedding and engagement rings. And if your husband is like mine, he actually won’t mind at all!
I’m talking about traveling.I don’t know about you, but I love to travel… and I NEVER bring my expensive rings with me when I go abroad. (I’ll tell you why my husband gets excited about this too.)
The truth is, when people talk about their vacation, they usually blab about beaches and coo over cocktails. One thing they don’t talk about is the CRIME. Thieves are everywhere, and they’re very good at nabbing your most precious valuables.
Psychologists say the loss of a ring is often accompanied by feelings of “sadness, guilt and of the irretrievably of the object.”
Think about it: What are you always wearing, but hardly ever pay attention to?
That’s right - your wedding rings. Even though they’re valuable, it’s hard to think about them all the time. That makes them an easy target for thieves. In fact, one woman had her $30,000 ring stolen right off her finger just last month!
And don’t even get me started on leaving your rings behind at the hotel. I’ve heard enough horror stories. When I’m traveling, I’m focused on getting to the pool ASAP… the last thing I want to worry about is losing my rings.
At the same time, I don’t like the idea of being seen without some sparkle. You know what I mean? So I’m stuck: I can either risk losing my precious rings, or I can go completely without.
Neither option sounded very good to me, so I did some research. Remember how I told you my husband gets excited? We actually have a little secret: I keep a hidden set of affordably priced rings that I use just for travel.
I was inspired to get them when I found Blush and Bar - it’s a cute new online boutique that just launched. They have intriguing, dainty collections that look expensive, sparkle gorgeously and don’t seriously damage my bank account, which makes them the perfect (temporary) replacement for my beloved wedding set.
The Joyce Layered Stack Ring is absolutely stunning!
So, why exactly do these replacement rings get my husband so excited? Three reasons:
First, he loves the way they look on me. Duh! He also loves seeing me get so many compliments from my girlfriends. (So do I, of course - who doesn’t love that?) The handmade rings from Blush and Bar look dazzling and really draw the eye, so I feel comfortable wearing them even at formal occasions.
Can you guess which one is my wedding ring?
The second thing my husband loves, to be honest, is the price. I admit it, okay?! I have an addiction to luxurious jewelry. Blush and Bar’s sparkle rings satisfy my needs, and yet they're shockingly affordable.
The reason their prices are so low is because every piece is shipped right to you, which cuts out excessive costs while keeping the material quality high. That’s also why they aren’t available in stores, in case you were wondering. As you probably know, simply putting a ring in a store automatically raises the price - they have to pay for that fancy storefront somehow.
The third and most important reason my husband gets excited? When he sees my Blush and Bar stack sparkle, he knows our wedding rings are safe at home. I get to constantly add to my collection and he sees it as a sign of my commitment. It’s a win-win!
There’s only one thing to warn you about. Blush and Bar is still new, so their prices probably won’t stay this low for very long. That’s how it goes with these trendy shops. Right now it seems like they’re trying to get more reviews. When I checked, I found a special deal that lets you create your own stack of 3 sparkle rings for $99(yes, all 3 for 99… $33 each).
You can check to see if the deal is still available here. You can thank me later… while you’re on the beach, sipping cocktails and sparkling in the sun without a care in the world!
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