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Published On: Thu, Dec 20th, 2018

Top Engagement Ring Trends of 2018

Engagement rings are remarkable traditional symbols of love. However, the shapes, styles, and colors of these diamond rings are constantly changing to fit the trends of our age. Today, there is a vast array of stylish engagement rings to choose from which will fit everyone’s budget and preference. From the simple traditional rings to lavishly colored diamonds with twisted bands, here are some of today’s trending engagement rings.

Colored Diamond Rings

White diamonds have been the classic choice for engagement rings for the longest time. A lot of women have put it in their heart and minds that they will wear a diamond engagement ring when the right man comes along. However, the choice of wearing colored diamonds has become a trend over the past few decades.

Many have begun using fancy colored engagement rings and there is a good reason why. These colored diamonds are the same as the colorless ones but they have a special appeal to them. Colored diamond engagement rings are rare and one of a kind. You can pick the perfect color to fit the personality of the perfect person.

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Emerald Rings

Emerald rings have also caught the attention of people lately. For most of us, emeralds bring back memories of the Emerald City from the movie The Wizard of Oz. The magical stone represents self-esteem, worthiness, and beauty all in one gem. The trend of emerald engagement rings comes in many forms and can be easily partnered with any precious gem of your choice. The emerald stone is one way of incorporating color into an engagement ring. Emeralds can be used as a centerpiece of an engagement ring or as side stones to envelop a diamond or any other precious stone.

Shaped Diamond Rings

The round diamond is still a favorite choice among engagement ring buyers but there are many other shapes to choose from. With today’s advancement in diamond-cutting technology, different shapes such as cushions, ovals, and pears are available to integrate into engagement rings. Choosing a shaped diamond will give your ring a higher quality while not compromise its traditional look.

Radiant Diamonds

Radiant diamonds are just one of the many diamond shape cuts available in the market today. This kind of diamond cut happens to be one of the most popular ones at current. It can be the perfect choice for colored diamonds since it showcases the stone’s color very well. The radiant shaped engagement ring is the consolidation of the ancient round-shaped diamond and the less preferred but distinguished emerald shaped diamond. Whether you chose a white or colored diamond, the radiant shape will add style to your engagement ring.

Three-Stone Rings

Three-stone rings are proof that more is better. One diamond is good to look at but three luxurious shining diamonds are better on the eyes. There are a variety of options you can choose from. The different shapes and sizes of diamonds can be mounted on different metals such as white gold, platinum and yellow gold. The three stones stand for your unforgettable past experiences, your present engagement, and the future in which you plan a lot of magical moments as a couple.

Flower Shaped Rings

Floral motifs are such a trend these days that we also see it conquer the engagement ring market as well. These flower shaped engagement rings are made of a single type of diamond or a combination of various precious gems. This style is best for a spring proposal or wedding. It usually has a big diamond as a centerpiece enclosed by smaller gems in the shape of a flower.

Author: Clarissa Caouette

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