The style of your engagement ring is what makes it stand-out and differentiates it from other rings. You’ll find that you’re naturally drawn to a particular design and here we look at the classic styles that will always be timeless.
Choosing your engagement ring style may slightly overwhelming. However, there are three classic styles – the solitaire, trilogy and halo – that often form the basis of the ring and can be the starting point when choosing what kind of design to go for.
So what do these styles look like?
A solitaire engagement ring is the ultimate classic. It truly has stood the test of time and has become an iconic symbol of love. Essentially it’s a single-stone ring, giving one singular diamond all of the attention. There’s also different ways you can add detail to a solitaire ring, there’s the option of a diamond-lined band, a fancy cut stone or a four or six claw setting. Truly elegant in its simplicity it’s one that you just can’t go wrong with.
A trilogy ring has a romantic story to sell. What makes this engagement ring style is three stones set side-by-side. These three gems tell the story of your past, present and future together as a couple, with each stone representing a different stage in your relationship. You can also be a little inventive with how your trilogy ring looks. It’s possible to mix the shape of the stones and you could even add a yellow diamond or a sapphire for a touch of colour.
A halo ring features a smaller circle of diamonds that frame the centre stone. This glittering addition adds a really glamorous touch, giving it a stylish feel. The ring of diamonds also works to enhance the centre stone, emphasising its size and brilliance by reflecting the light onto it. A coloured gemstone, such as a sapphire also looks great in a halo style with the vibrant tones creating a stunning contrast to the brilliance of the white diamonds.
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