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Divorce Ring Trend

Would You Wear a Divorce Ring?

We're happy to present this article from one of our favorite sites, Yahoo! Shine:

We've heard of women transforming their engagement rings into new pieces of jewelry after a divorce, or even celebrating their newly single status with divorce parties, but the latest craze is women buying symbolic divorce rings.

Bride Finds has brought our attention to the 18K gold Spritzer and Furman "Divorce Ring" set with four full-cut diamonds and center trillon diamond. It can be yours for $3,200.

We get that this is supposed to be an empowering thing, and maybe some women will be so excited and relieved to be free from their exes they'll be psyched to have a piece of jewelry representing their split. But on the other hand, wearing a ring of a broken heart split by a diamond bolt might look a little nuts. Like now when an eligible bachelor checks your ring finger to see if you're married, he'll see this design symbolizing your dead marriage. Hmm.

Would you wear a divorce ring?

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juicebox07 juicebox07 4 years
Definitely not. I don't know why you would want to flaunt a failed marriage.
ChrissyLee ChrissyLee 4 years
@RoaringSilence: Sometimes even the smartest people get fooled by love...
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 4 years
That is just hostile. I know that sometimes relationships don't last forever, but if someone wears a divorce ring, doesn't that mostly communicate that they're crap at picking their partners?
Cynt1 Cynt1 4 years
Oh yes, only if I can get it wrote up in the divorce papers for the ex's butt to pay for one!
ChrissyLee ChrissyLee 4 years
I wore one when I divorced. It was such a short lived marriage that I needed a way to make myself feel empowered. It was from Swarovski and was a pink outline of a heart with a jacked black part to it. I spent less than 100$ for it, I can't imagine spending over 3,000. In whole I probably wore it for 2-3 months but it really did make me feel like I was taking control of my future and that I shouldn't be made to feel bad because I got myself out of a horrible marriage with an awful man. I don't think this is for everyone, but at the time it made me feel good and that was all that mattered.
amber512 amber512 4 years
No, I really don't see the point.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 4 years
No.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 4 years
No.
nylorac nylorac 4 years
That reminds me of those best friend's forever necklaces where you and a friend would have 2 different parts of the heart; combined it would form one! ... Those were lame and so is this.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 4 years
yeesh. i could see some sort of divorce party, or maybe even a right hand ring, but this is just too much.
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