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Choosing your engagement ring

SolitaireThe excitement is almost palpable as you start to look in stores at engagement rings and browse online sites. Rows of sparkling stones set in precious metal, each one calling to you to be your lifelong choice to show your commitment to the one you love.

Unless you already have a very set idea of what you’d like your ring to look like, or you’re having a custom-made ring crafted, the selection can feel overwhelming.

However, take a deep breath and spend some time thinking before making a rushed decision; you don’t have to buy the first one you see and if you know a little more about the different styles available, you’ll have a better idea of how to narrow down the ones you’d like to try on before making one of the most important choices of your life.

Solitaire

The diamond solitaire is the most popular style for engagement rings. A simple band of perhaps yellow or white gold, diamond rings Houston by Whiteflash.com will certainly show you the reason why this style continues to be the number one choice for so many.

A solitaire diamond ring is designed to show off the beauty and rarity of a single diamond to its absolute best. It’s about seeing the facets glitter and sparkle in the light with it raised delicately above the finger. Owning a solitaire ring means you’ve chosen a design classic which will always  look amazing alongside any other rings you wear – whatever their design.

Halo rings

A style which first became popular in the 1920s, Halo rings – and their statement cousins the Double Halo rings, are now the hottest design in town.

A Halo ring encompasses a tightly enclosed gemstone which is then surrounded by a ring of smaller stones, or in the case of a Double Halo, two circles and this statement ring will usually have a round or princess cut stone in the centre. Owning this style oozes  undoubted sophistication and elegance.

Three stone rings

Three stone engagement rings are highly symbolic; they represent ‘yesterday, today and tomorrow’ and as well as being the perfect choice for an engagement celebration, they are also popular as eternity rings.

Three stone rings appeal to many people because of their general aesthetic look. They are also a practical choice for those who don’t want a particularly raised stone; often related to their working life where a stone set at height may become snagged in clothing or on equipment.

The range of three stone rings is huge and so there’s the opportunity to find one which has very personal appeal. Some are very simple designs with the stones cut in a clean-looking way and some are very ornate with the design extending to the band. There’s also the added option with a three stone ring to have all the diamonds the same size and shape in a row alongside each other of for there to be a raised stone in the middle which may be a different size or cut.

Choosing your diamond ring is a major decision so thinking about your lifestyle, your personal tastes and perhaps other jewellery you’ll regularly wear alongside it will all help you to hone in on the ring which really stands out. You’ll know exactly the ring for you when you see it catch the light in a way which outshines all the others around it – it really will be calling your name.

 

Lady Rebecca

Lady Rebecca is a lover of fashion and beauty. She doesn't claim to be the most fashionable girl in the world and sometimes wears odd looking clothes. I wear my sunglasses at the slightest hint of sun and enjoy cocktails with friends!

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