Are you thinking about getting engaged this year? With all the styles out there to choose from, looking for the perfect ring can be overwhelming. To make your search easier, we’re breaking down the top trends to look for in 2018. From oval cut diamonds to rings set in rose gold, read on for the top trends in engagement rings to look for this year.
An oval-shaped diamond ring has become very popular in recent years. The oval cut diamond has beautiful brilliance similar to a round diamond. The modern oval cut is a fiery cut that reflects light brilliantly. It’s a great choice for someone who loves the sparkle of a round brilliant, but desires a less common shape. We love this oval diamond engagement ring by Precision Set and we think you will too!
Everything old is new again! The vintage look is popular among many brides looking for something that is traditional and timeless. This stunning ring from our Alson Signature Collection, features a mosaic center with emerald, round, baguette and trapezoid diamonds.
A Ring With A Twist
For the bride that’s looking for something classic, yet unique, a ring with a twisted band is the way to go. We suggest this beautiful Precision Set Cushion Halo Twist Shank Engagement Ring.
Rose gold has been a big trend in bridal for the last few years. It continues to be a popular choice for many women who love the warm hue of rose gold. We love this 3-row halo ring in rose gold by ArtCarved.
Color is a big look in bridal. Whether you favor sapphires, rubies or emeralds, precious colored gemstones make for a beautiful and unique engagement ring. If you are looking to stand out from the crowd, opt for a colored gemstone ring like this sapphire and diamond ring by JB Star.
We’re seeing a big resurgence in pear-shaped diamonds. This shape was very popular 30 years ago, and many brides have started to rediscover this elegant diamond. When looking at different shape diamonds, many women have fallen in love with the pear-shaped diamond for its extraordinary sparkle and fire!
~Photo shown at top of page, courtesy of Bez Ambar.