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Engagement Ring Trends
As far as diamond rings go, round-cut diamonds are one of the most popular shapes for a center diamond. A round diamond solitaire engagement ring set in white gold is the ring style and has been the bestseller since the 1940s.
In recent decades, rose gold has become another popular style for a diamond engagement ring. Fancy-shaped diamonds such as emerald and pear-shaped diamonds are popping up more, too. A square or geometric diamond is also fashionable. Many people choose a princess-cut diamond or one of our cushion-cut engagement rings as a subtle twist on a classic solitaire. Among other ring trends, pave diamonds, where the center gem is accompanied by small diamonds lining the band, are increasingly popular for engagement rings as well as for a matching wedding band.
Our Most Popular Center Stone Options
A solitaire engagement ring is the most classic look, but we offer various twists on otherwise understated styles. Pave settings, or halo rings, where the center diamond is elevated off of the band and adorned by smaller gemstones underneath, can be combined with popular center stone shapes such as a pear-shaped diamond, for a personalized touch. You can customize ring trends further if you choose a rose gold or yellow gold band instead of white gold.
One of the biggest trends is three stone engagement rings. For this style, the ring's center gemstone is complemented by two smaller stones on either side. This style adds extra sparkle to the large center stone. The accent center stones can be colored gemstones, such as sapphires, or colored diamonds for an extra pop. If you like styles with more diamonds, you'll love a cathedral setting as well. These are both chunkier styles with options for different shapes that catch the eye.
Need More Help?
The most important thing to keep in mind when shopping for engagement rings is to go with what you like. The most popular rings might not be your style, and that's okay. The best thing to do is to use ring trends to give you inspiration for your perfect match. Consider what you like about each ring trend you see and incorporate those elements into an engagement ring just for you. Remember, we're here to help with both popular and non-traditional designs. Set up a free virtual appointment with one of our diamond experts who will help you bring your dream ring to life.