Emerald Engagement Rings Have us Green with Envy
Yes, they are softer than diamonds (we’ll explain), but you can wear an emerald as an engagement ring, for sure. You just have to know what you’re getting into. So if you’re like many gem geeks around the globe who’ve been lured into loving this exotic green gem, heads up—we’re about to unlock its mystique.
5 Reasons You Want a Two Tone Engagement Ring
When it comes to designing your dream engagement ring, your choice of metal reflects who you are. But it also reflects in your diamond. And when it comes to loving yellow gold, but wanting a colorless diamond….well, that doesn’t really work in your favor. That’s where a two-tone engagement ring can help.
6 Oval Engagement Rings to Suit Any Style
There are lots of reasons to love oval shaped diamonds. But what I really want to talk about is the ring, darlings. After all, you can’t just squeeze an oval into any old round setting and call it a day. An oval diamond is kind. It is smart. It is...well, it’s the wrong quote. But you get it. Ovals are unique and deserving of a ring setting designed just for them. So let’s look at some options.
Five Reasons To Love Emerald Cut Engagement Rings
Talk eleganza to me, honey. The emerald cut diamond is sophisticated like no other. What is this special allure? We’re about to spill the beans.
How to Choose Side Stones for your Three Stone Engagement Ring
Three diamonds are better than one, right? Well, if you’re looking into rocking a three stone engagement ring they certainly are. After all, in the world of sparkle, we all know more is definitely more.
Why Baguette Diamonds are Hot and Here to Stay
If 2020 was the year of the sourdough loaf for all of us suddenly-home-bakers, then oui, oui, my dears, we officially declare 2021 to be baguette season. After all, who doesn’t love a fresh, crusty loaf that looks good in a bike basket?
Thin is in. The skinny on the thin band engagement ring
We’re not talking body, folks. But when it comes to engagement and wedding rings, thin is decidedly in. Why? Because it makes your diamond pop, of course. A thin band gives even a modest center stone a larger look by contrast, so everyone’s all like “how low can I go.”