The Laings Journal


Shopping for wedding rings for you and your fiancé can be a tricky task, especially if you don’t know where to start. In our previous Buyers Guide post we discussed the kind of materials you can opt for to help give you a better idea of what will suit your lifestyle. In this post, we’re hoping to give you further information about what shape of ring would be best for you by exploring the options available.


The court shape is one of the most traditional shapes to go for and a very popular choice amongst buyers. It is slightly curved on the inside making it a comfortable fit. If you are a couple wanting to match your wedding rings then court shaped rings may be a good option. Coming in a selection of metals including, white gold, rose gold and yellow gold, you are sure to find something that will suit both of your needs.


Palladium Court Shape Wedding Ring Mens Palladium Court Shape Wedding Band


A D-shape is exactly what it says on the tin. The profile is flat on the inside with a distinctive, domed exterior. This is a popular choice for men, particularly because they are a wider shape, which looks fitting on a male hand. However, women’s D-shaped rings can be very narrow and can look extremely feminine and flattering on a female hand.

Yellow Gold D-Shape Wedding Band Mens Yellow Gold D-Shape Wedding Ring



A flat shaped wedding ring is flat on all surfaces and is a more contemporary choice for couples. Flat shaped rings are great if you’re after something a little more modern and with a selection of materials to choose from, you won’t struggle to find one that’s perfect for the both of you.

Rose Gold and Palladium Flat Shape Unisex Wedding Ring Rose Gold and Palladium Flat Shape Wedding Ring


You don’t have to necessarily choose the same shape as your fiancé. If you desire something completely different, we have a range of shapes to choose from in a variety of cuts and metals depending on your tastes. Where price is concerned you can be sure to find excellent value with rings starting from just £70, however if your preference is to splash out on something really special then you can spread the cost for up to 3 years with our interest free credit option. For more information, you can browse our entire collection here and begin your journey in finding the right shaped wedding ring for the both of you.


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