The Smart Reason to Wear a Fake Wedding Ring While Traveling
Married and engaged folk: Have you ever wondered if you should travel with your engagement ring? You know, that sparkly, high-valued piece of sentimental jewelry that could easily get lost or stolen?
Short answer: No, don’t travel with it. Long answer: Well, you can kind of travel with it.
We get it. That ring is a symbol of your loving union, and therefore going without it would feel like a very vulnerable decision. So what is the solution here? To travel with a fake engagement ring.
Wearing a fake wedding ring while traveling will eliminate any anxiety about losing the real thing. And there are some surprisingly beautiful cubic zirconia rings out there that can serve as your stand-in when you're abroad.
Everything from the classic solitaires to elegant emerald cuts to trendy three-stone and teardrop-shaped crystals if you feel like trying out a new style for your ring's travel alter ego — we’ve rounded them all up for you, below. (P.S. Most are under $20.)
LaFonn 'Lassaire' Three Stone Ring
To buy: nordstrom.com, $140
TenFit Simulated Diamond Engagement Ring
Jude Jewelers Classical Stainless Steel Solitaire Engagement Ring
To buy: amazon.com, $12
TenFit 18k Gold–plated Square Cubic Zirconia Ring
Nordstrom Solitaire Pavé Cocktail Ring
To buy: nordstrom.com, $36 (originally $59)
LaFonn Three Stone Simulated Diamond Ring
To buy: nordstrom.com, $165
LaFonn Double Halo Simulated Diamond Ring
To buy: nordstrom.com, $175
Spilove White Gold–plated Cubic Zirconia Solitaire Ring
Oxford Diamond Co. Halo Set Solitaire Cubic Zirconia Ring
Umode Teardrop Halo Pear Cut Cubic Zirconia Ring
To buy: amazon.com, $16