With so many engagement ring styles out there, picking the perfect one can be overwhelming. Some people come in with an idea of what they want, others may have no idea! Your engagement ring should be all about your loved one and finding a ring that fits their taste, style, and values. If you’re feeling stuck and don’t know where to start, take a look and read about these ring styles to get an idea of what you love.
With its name meaning “alone” in French, the solitaire ring carries one single diamond. This is probably one of the most popular styles known for its classic, elegant look. This ring pairs perfectly with most wedding bands while still allowing your diamond to be the center of attention. The gemstone is typically set high in a solitaire allowing the diamond to have maximum brilliance.
The halo engagement ring made its debut in the 1920s, when the style known as Art Deco became prominent. This beautiful ring features a larger diamond in the center surround in a “halo” of smaller diamonds. The halo helps the ring sparkle more and allow the center diamond to appear larger. This ring is best suited for peaking interest and drawing people’s gaze to your ring.
If you like an engagement ring with a little extra sparkle, then this may be the ring style for you. The gemstones on a pavé ring are set as close together as possible so that little or no metal is shown. This ring is both equal parts bold and romantic while adding an artisanal touch to your ring.
This ring is perfect for a sentimental partner who loves symbolism. The three stones represent your past, present, and future relationship together. The center stone is typically larger and placed higher than the two side stones to add more depth. The uniqueness of this ring allows you to tell the story of your love and commitment to one another.
Classic engagement rings have timeless designs and traditional cuts that have been and always will be in style. Classic rings are great if you’re looking for to compliment a fancy-shaped diamond.
Effortless beauty that is always in style. These engagement rings may not actually be more than 20 years old, but their inspiration for style is. These rings could feature engravings, mil-grain, and eclectic details.
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