Mens Wedding Rings: Finding One That Complements Your Future Wife's Ring

by Ken Tran December 16, 2016

Finding a ring that complements your future wife's wedding band can be a tricky proposition but it is far from impossible. The main problem that men in Australia encounter when shopping for rings of this nature is that the designs are often too feminine or the materials from which they are made just a little too impractical for everyday wear. What they are searching for is something that, while inherently masculine, echoes the design of their bride's ring and will not show obvious signs of wear and tear when worn in demanding environments. This last factor is especially important for men who work with their hands on a daily basis or who enjoy active pursuits such as surfing, abseiling, or hiking. If you would like a high-quality mens wedding band in Sydney that will look as good in ten years' time as it does today and that will complement your future wife's band perfectly, tungsten carbide is the obvious solution.


Factors to Consider When Ordering Your Ring


Tungsten carbide is a great choice for mens rings as it is extremely strong. It will not deform in the event of an accident, reducing the chances of injury to the finger on which the ring is worn, and it is incredibly scratch resistant so even if you lead a very active lifestyle, you are unlikely to damage your ring.


There are several factors you should consider before choosing and ordering mens wedding bands in Sydney if you want to make sure that it complements your bride-to-be's band, the most important of which are listed below for your convenience.


  • Colour – In its natural, polished form, most tungsten carbide is similar in colour to platinum, perhaps a slightly whiter hue. However, it can be plated with gold, coated with carbon fibre, and treated in other ways to change its appearance so it will not be difficult to find a tungsten carbide ring that matches the colour of your fiancée’s band perfectly.

  • Design – The basic design of your ring should be similar to that of your partner's if you want them to complement each other so if your wife-to-be is going for a plain, polished band, you should do the same. If, on the other hand, she opts for a brushed finish with a gold centre groove, you can find mens wedding rings in Sydney with a similar design that will look fantastic in your wedding photos.

  • Thickness – Mens rings are normally thicker than women’s but they should be in proportion. This is something you should definitely bear in mind when making your final selection.

If you would like any help choosing a mens wedding ring in Sydney that will complement your bride-to-be's ring, please do not hesitate to call or email us at any time. We are always delighted to assist our customers in any way we can and it would be our pleasure to help you pick a ring that you can treasure for the rest of your life.


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