When picking rings my then fiance was searching for something "not plain but not flashy" that "wasn't thin or filmsy but not bulky either" and I was worried finding him something that checked all those boxes would be impossible! Macy's to the rescue. We were actually in there looking for matching watches to give each other as wedding presents and the sales guy was just super personable and friendly. He was actually (or at least pretended to be!) super interested in the details of our wedding and wanted to know where it was; what our colors were etc. He got to asking the future hubbs what his band looked like and we said "yeah ugh about that; we actually haven't been able to find we like". The sales sprung into action taking us to the wedding shop side and was super patient and helpful while he looked at rings; trying different ones on; feeling the weight of them and tried to mimic his day to day operations (like putting his hand in his pocket; rubbing his face etc) to make sure he found something he not only liked how it looked but also liked having it on. Having struck out on the expensive side of the house he took us to the casual side of the counter and started showing us Tungstens (which neither of us had ever heard of). Immediately he knew this was the metal he wanted to go with because it felt smooth going on and spinning around his finger so it then became a matter of finding the right style. Initially he didn't think he'd want a wider band (to him width meant bulk) but when he came across this style everything bout it was just perfect for him. He loves wearing it; I love seeing it on him and I'm even holding out hope that eventually a size small enough for me will come along so I can wear a matching one on my right hand or my left when we travel.