The lowdown on the different types of diamonds
Look, you’re here, so clearly you’re curious. But perhaps you’re thinking, how many different types of diamonds could there really be? Isn’t a diamond just a diamond? Oh, my sweet, sweet darlings, I truly hate to burst your bubble, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Three surprising twists on the halo engagement ring
Are halo rings going out of style? Discover three surprising ways to make your halo ring your own with alternative shapes and styles.
The complete style guide to art deco engagement rings
Bold women. Artistic rebellion. Over-the-top parties. It’s no wonder we keep revisiting the Art Deco trend. I mean, who doesn’t want to glam it up like The Great Gatsby himself? We here at Frank Darling officially declare 2020 as the year of the Art Deco engagement ring, and we should know, we’ve been making gobs of them.
How Much Should You Spend on an Engagement Ring?
How much should you spend on an engagement ring? An average engagement ring cost is one thing, but your budget is another. Get our tips before breaking the bank.
Engagement Ring vs Wedding Ring — What’s the Difference?
What’s the difference between an engagement ring vs a wedding ring? Do you need both? Get smart, without feeling silly, with a little ring rundown.
6 Tips to Get The Best Eternity Band for Any Budget
Ahhh, eternity bands. From their origin as a symbol of everlasting love to the blinged-out fingers of a generation of Real Housewives, eternity bands have captured the attention of nearly every segment of jewelry lover. And who can blame us? An endless row of diamonds is, well, everything. But also, kind of sounds expensive, right? Whether you’re shopping for a solo band, a match for your engagement ring, or a modern stack, we’ve got the lowdown on how to get the best eternity band without busting your budget.
Six hallmarks of modern engagement rings
No matter how many opinions there are—and there are many—about the tradition of engagement rings, the fact remains, they’re not going anywhere quickly. But their styles sure have evolved. Like that puff-shouldered lace and tulle wedding number in the back of your mom’s closet, engagement rings used to be over-the-top, heavy, thick, and well, not so wearable.
The Skinny, Stackable Alternative to the Tiffany Engagement Ring
She has an Audrey poster on her wall, a sterling silver Paloma heart necklace … an O.B.S.E.S.S.I.O.N. with a very particular shade of robin’s egg blue. You know the girl, you love the girl, you might be the girl. The Tiffany mystique, like any good ol’ American icon, has withstood the test of time with little opposition.