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To wear or not to wear your engagement ring while you're travelling?
Being on vacation can be a bit of a logistical mess, so losing your ring or having it stolen is a very real possibility.
We asked some brides whether they travel with their bling and here's what they think:
Camp "Leave it at home":
"I left it at home because to me, if you can't replace it, then don't bring it with you."
"I usually leave my ring at home but I still travel with a cheaper ring because it feels weird not to have anything on my finger now."
"I'm too afraid of being robbed so I don't bring it on my trips."
"I only bring what I won't worry about losing when I'm travelling. Holidays are meant to be enjoyed fully!"
"I didn't even wear my rings to my honeymoon because I was scared of losing them."
"If I'm traveling with my husband, I leave my ring at home because he's proof enough that I'm married."
"To me, it depends on which country I'm travelling to, and what I'll be doing. So if its a trip that involves water sports, I won't bring my ring."
Image: 123rf.com/ Ekaterina Pokrovsky
Camp "Wear it everywhere":
"I wear it on my trips but when I feel that I'm in a questionable area, I would turn the diamond towards the inside of my palm. Caution is never a bad thing."
"I wore it everywhere I went - Taiwan, Japan and even India. The only time its not on me is when I'm in the shower and I always wear it back on after I'm out."
"Do what is comfortable for you. I wear mine all the time because I find it sad to store away nice things instead of enjoying having them."
"If you're typically a careful person who doesn't have the tendency to lose stuff, then I think you can consider wearing it."
"I wore it throughout my South America road trip - just make sure its insured!"
And this husband:
"My wife doesn't wear her rings when we travel. While she says that she is afraid of losing them, I think she just does it to make me buy her rings when we're overseas."