The experts at Luxury Brand Group put together a list of the top engagement ring trends for Spring 2015! Which one fits your style?
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“Finding its origins in the Georgian and Victorian Eras, this traditional setting in which small accent diamonds frame the center stone offers an elegant and timeless appeal. This season, however, we’re getting double the dazzle! We’ve mustered up a selection of double-halo styles from designers who have mastered the trend.”
“For many years, white on white reigned supreme where engagement rings are concerned. This season, brides forgo the traditional metal and are opting for rose and yellow gold styles. From delicate to bold and classic to modern designs, there’s a style that is sure to grab the attention of just about any type of bride-to-be.”
“One of the latest trends in the bridal market is the big and bold east-west setting. This valiant approach to forgo the traditional aesthetic of engagement rings sets marquise or emerald-cut diamonds in horizontal placement, making the center stone appear larger. As this setting is exclusive to its kind, it is perfect for the bride-to-be that wishes to stand out.”
“Currently surging in popularity on the engagement ring front are blue sapphire stones. Although the blue sapphire stones have been around in European royal families for generations, popularity was boosted with the Royal Wedding. With sapphire stones being less expensive than the traditional diamond, this style is absolutely perfect for any bride-to-be on a budget!”
“Contemporary in its style, the modern bezel allows the diamond to sparkle from every given angle. Securely held in place from both ends, this engagement ring design is perfect for any bride-to-be that has a more active, upbeat lifestyle. Beautiful assortments of the modern bezel style engagement rings have been provided from select designers who have transcended the look.”