A woman writes in asking for advice about engagement ring etiquette. She wants to know, in the event of a split, who should get to keep the engagement ring. She says that she really wants to keep the ring, but that her former fiancé “has forcibly taken it.” She wants to know if there is anything she can do to reclaim the ring or if she should let it go. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: My Ex Gave My Old Engagement Ring to His New Fiancée: Do I Have a Right to Be Upset? A member of the community asks: “If an engagement fails who gets the ring? I want to keep the ring but my ex has forcibly taken it. Is there anything I can do?” – Mamas Uncut Community Member Community Advice for This Woman Who Wants to Know if She Can Keep Her Engagement Ring Even Though Her Engagement Ended To see what advice the Mamas Uncut Facebook community has for this woman in need, read the comments of the post embedded below. Engagement Ring Etiquette Advice Summary The community offered this woman in need a lot of great advice. Read some of their responses below. “When he proposed, if you …
A mom writes in asking for advice about her ex, whom she says gave her old engagement ring to his new girlfriend. She says that she and her ex are on good terms, and she is also on good terms with his girlfriend (who recently became his fiancée). But she is bothered by the fact that he proposed using a ring she used to wear, and that she had hoped would eventually be passed to one of the two sons she shares with her ex. Does she have a right to be upset, or should she let it go?
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