Most women wear their engagement ring every day, which means they want it to embody their personality. If you're traditional, you know what to do. But for trendy ladies, jewelers are always incorporating new styles into their ring collections, and these are the biggest designs of the moment.
It's no surprise this trendy metal has taken over engagement rings, too. The best part? The deep pink color of the band ($12,000, tiffany.com) makes the diamond shine even brighter.
Just like they say trends always come back into style, this mid-century modern design ($3,500, trumpetandhorn.com) is back, too. We're sure any bride would adore it, because two rows of diamonds is always better than one.
Heads up, guys: Many brides are embracing this trend where the wedding ring stacks perfectly into the engagement ring ($6,000, annasheffield.com). If your bride favors this style, it's something to keep in mind when picking our your big purchase.
The mark of this vintage style is bold, geometric cuts. This ring ($11,300, trumpetandhorn.com) embraces the glamour of this era with a fan-like motif of six baguette cut diamonds and six single cut diamonds.
There's a reason everyone owns a little black dress: It's classic and goes with everything. Similarly, we bet any bride lucky enough to wear this black ring on her finger ($5,000, annasheffield.com) would have no problem accessorizing her band with her wardrobe.
Instead of the traditional round cut diamond, ovals have been making waves as of late. This ring ($15,200, tiffany.com) also features bead set diamonds around the oval to help it appear even bigger.
If you always have a string of pearls around your neck, your engagement ring should be no exception. This stunning statement ($3,850, catbird.com) is just as beautiful as a diamond and features a snowflake motif on the band to add a little glitz and glamour.
Most pave settings feature a single band filled with diamonds to support the main stunner on top. But this ring ($4,600, catbird.com) features a band that splits into two near the base of the diamond, adding a vintage flair to the setting.
The best thing about the cluster ring trend is that you can mix and match a variety of sizes (and prices!) of diamonds for your liking. This one ($4,693 to $5,172, bario-neal.com) features seven different stunning stones.
It's not just the diamond that matters these days. Bands are taking over, as seen here (price upon request, kwiat.com), thanks to unique twists and overlapping designs that bring texture to classic styles.
There's a reason this peach-colored stone is the next big thing in colored rings: It's super feminine and also super affordable — which this stunning ring ($249, kay.com) definitely proves.
When it comes to the intricate details surrounding the diamond, flowers, petals and leaves are everywhere. We love how subtle and simple the nod to this style is in this ring ($3,600, trumpetandhorn.com).