Camo rings are a unique idea when it comes time to propose to that special someone. Of course, we aren’t implying that there is anything wrong with going the traditional route, but for that special man or women camo rings can really hit the proverbial spot. You should keep in mind when searching for this type of ring that the same set of standards still apply, just as if you were shopping for a traditional wedding ring.
Things such as sizing and feel are still a big priority, just because you know your mate wants a camo ring, does not mean you can just head to the jeweler and buy the first one you see. Once you know your partner’s ring size you should then ask the jeweler if certain brands of camo wedding ring run larger or smaller than the norm. It is best practice (if available) that you have your partner with you when you do your sizing, there is nothing more disheartening then presenting a ring that doesn’t fit.
However, keep in mind if the ring does not fit it’s not the end of the world, all jewelers offer a re-sizing service and generally, they will do it for free if you have spent enough money on the ring originally. If the original place of business will not do re-sizing for free, you can shop around online for the best price for re-sizing since most jewelers can perform this task.
Types of Camo Rings:
There are multiple types of camo, that can make up your wedding ring, the obvious choices are between organic camo, army camo, and digital camo. Organic camo is more the hunter or outdoorsman style, brands such as real tree and mossy oak make up organic camo. Army camo is just as it sounds the traditional green pattern that made up the older style army uniforms.
Now digital camo (or Digi) is the new military pattern of digitized patterns. We can’t help you make this choice, obviously, you will navigate these three choices based on what your partner is into. The hunter and outdoorsman will most likely choose the organic camouflage, and military enthusiasts will enjoy one of the two military-style camo choices.
Let’s talk a little bit about the price
These types of rings and jewelry options are fairly reasonable when it comes to price range. They start near the $21 range and generally stop around $120. Of course, you can find some extreme cases where the ring is over a hundred dollars or more but that’s like with everything else, there will always be extremes. Remember that the general rule of thumb on wedding rings is to spend 2 months’ salary.
Although I find this information to be outdated, you should spend whatever you feel comfortable and whatever amount get you the perfect mix of style and affordability. You can buy Camouflage, Dixie, Southern, Rodeo, Hunting, and similar jewelry and rings at Southern Sisters Designs. Click Here To See Options.