Popular Women’s Engagement Rings for Spring 2014, Part I
We’re just one week away from spring, which means that the flowers are beginning to bloom and you can almost feel the love in the air. Spring is the absolute perfect time for an engagement – all the gloominess of winter will be soon be gone. The sun will be out, the trees will become green again, and the weather will strike that perfect balance between too hot and too cold.
Before you start planning a spring proposal, you should make sure you’re up-to-date on the trends for engagement rings this season. You want to rest assured that your fiancee is 200% pleased with the ring you select for her, which is why we’re doing your homework for you. Check out these popular styles for women’s engagement rings this spring.
This trend has been popular for some time now, and we don’t think it will be going away anytime soon. A halo around a solitaire diamond doesn’t just make the center diamond appear larger, it also makes that center diamond sparkle more. If your girlfriend loves a vintage or antique look, this might be the perfect choice. If you think your sweetheart would like a square halo, check out this 3/4 CT. diamond ring, which is one of our more popular engagement rings. Or, if you think she’d prefer a circle halo engagement ring setting, consider this 7/8 CT. diamond ring.
Square Cluster Ring
Square cluster engagement rings are another popular trend for this spring. They’re easy to wear and will match any jewelry your partner already owns. This trend also translates to a variety of styles, so you can pick out the one that you think your lady will love the most. For example, if you’re looking for something a little more unique, check out this 1/2 CT. diamond ring that not only incorporates the square cluster head, but also both yellow and white gold. Or, if you’re looking for something a little more simple and elegant, take a look at this 5/8 CT. princess cut engagement ring.
Here’s another trend to think about: a unique engagement ring setting. Instead of going with something traditional, why not think a little bit outside the box? If you and your fiancee move to the beat of your own drummer, an unusual setting might be the perfect way to symbolize your love and commitment to one another. Here’s one example of this trend for women’s engagement rings: a 7/8 CT. diamond ring that almost resembles a wave in shape. What if your partner could wear her heart on her finger instead of her sleeve? She can with this 1/20 CT. diamond ring.
What’s your pick among these popular engagement rings? Stay tuned for the second part of this blog post!
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