I always say, “thank god people are different, or else the world would be a very boring place to live in. Bridal jewellery also has something for all to have the most in-demand looks. Whether you are simple and want a solitaire on a delicate band, looking to experiment with more than one colour gold, want something vintage inspired or looking for something in a diamond other than round in shape, you can be right on trend this year.
This ring has three trendy features that make it popular in todays market place. First, it is in the soft hue of pink gold. This rosy colour flatters most skin tones due to its warm colour. Second, the surprise detail of the bezel set diamond on the side is what makes this ring fashionable, a detail for the recipient of the ring to enjoy. Finally, believe it or not, the simplicity of this classic solitaire and its timeless beauty is why this makes the “now” list.
Who wouldn’t love a two tone ring, that goes with everything, with a floral inspired motif featuring flowers, petals or vines. These features are what make this ring stylish today. Vintage inspired, makes this ring beautiful, timeless and glamorous. Art deco, victorian and retro eras are also a great go to for design ideas.
Simplicity at its best. A simple solitaire diamond with a tapered diamond shank that accentuates the centre diamond. The clean lines of this ring contribute to its sleek, contemporary good looks.
Your mom may have a pear shaped diamond, from when they were big in the 80’s, but guess what? They are back. This ring shows have they have moved into the 21st century by the following: A yellow diamond with yellow gold tips make the look seamless, placed in a double halo, consisting of one row of yellow diamonds and one row of white diamonds. The halo combined with the fancy stone creates an unexpected twist. A double shank, or split shank adds more detail to the ring so the focus is not solely on the centre. It enhances the beauty from every angle. Both pear and marquise cuts are a great deal right now, since demand is not at its peak. These lengthy cuts elongate and slim the finger.
The wedding band can look just as good solo or paired with the engagement ring. Anything goes, as long as when it is worn as a set, they fit snugly together. The rings above highlight some of the current trends. Baguettes possess a look of elegance. Bows and twisted bands of various sizes are very much in demand. A textured band highlighted with a simple row of diamonds may be the perfect choice. Or for the non-traditional, there is always something different. A yellow diamond band, or one containing emeralds, rubies, sapphires or alexandrite may be the ideal choice.
Remember, when shopping for your dream ring, trends will come and go, but hopefully you will wear this for a long time. If budget is a main concern, invest in the diamond. A setting can always be changed or another ring can be added. Keep in mind what colour gold looks good on her skin, or what she likes to wear. Also, her career and personal style may determine if you want a high setting or something more protected. Buying from a reputable jeweller should help answer any concerns you may have and put your mind at ease. You will need that sense of calm to get your nerves up to pop the big question. Good luck.