An example of a fraternal twin wedding band stack. Two rose gold bands pair nicely with the different emerald cut white gold band. Together, they make for a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind look.The unique juxtaposition of the two diamond shapes – the softly feminine oval diamond within her engagement ring, contrasted with the bold elongated rectangles within her Tacori wedding band – created a truly eye-catching pairing, unique to her finger. Whether you are finding your first wedding band or adding to your stack, we have you covered. We encourage you to come shop on October 21-22nd for our Hollywood Comes to Carmel event with Tacori! During the event, we'll have 500 additional rings directly from the design studio in Los Angeles. We will also be offering amazing promotions like 10% of your purchase back on an AMEX gift card. We like the idea of applying your savings to another wedding band- maybe a fraternal twin! ;)
Fraternal Twin Wedding Bands
Leave it to Tacori, a trendsetter in the bridal sphere, to coin a chic name for a wedding band look. The look we are referring to is when the bride introduces two different wedding bands with mixed shapes or metal colors into the engagement ring look. Tacori refers to this statement as a "fraternal twin" wedding band look. Simple enough, right? In recent months, mixed metals and various geometric shapes have gained traction among brides. They have also become a great anniversary gift for women looking to upgrade their stack. We believe that personality truly shows through in these "fraternal" wedding band pairings. Take fashionista, Whitney Port, for example. In an interview with Tacori, she said, "Because the center stone of my engagement ring is an oval, I knew I wanted something more geometric to complement it.” Whitney, with help from the Tacori design team, created a completely unique custom-designed white gold band with emerald cut baguette diamonds. The emerald cut diamonds were surrounded by elegant lines of pave diamonds.