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Best Engagement Ring Trends to See in 2023: Expert's Opinion

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Best Engagement Ring Trends to See in 2023: Expert's Opinion

So, you've decided to take the plunge and make that big proposal to the one you love. But wait, have you got your engagement ring ready before you go ahead?

Choosing an engagement ring is a daunting process. After all, it's the ring that's going to be a reminder of one of the happiest moments of your life.

So, if you're confused about what to look for when shopping for your ring, this article will inspire you by taking you through the engagement ring trends to watch out for in 2023.

Here are 6 engagement ring trends to see in 2023:

Colored Stone Ring

1.Colored Stone Rings

From Princess Kate Middleton's deep blue stone to actress Megan Fox's green one, we've seen many celebrity examples of how incredible colored stone engagement rings can look.

The popularity of this trend has been steadily increasing over the last few years and is expected to grow even further in 2023. These stones can be used on the central part of the ring or as accents that emphasize a colorless diamond. The biggest benefit of buying a colored stone ring lies in how unique and memorable it looks.

Ariana Grande Ring

2. Multi-stone Ring

From Jackie Kennedy to Ariana Grande, multi-stone engagement rings have been around for a while and definitely are here to stay! This timeless choice incorporates more than one stone in the ring, making a bold statement. The beauty of this is that these stones can be set in various styles and arrangements.

A very popular multi-stone setting is the three-stone one, which has a central stone flanked by two equally sized ones. Two-stoned toi et moi rings have been trending for the last couple of years.

Toi et moi rings are also a good example of one of the best parts of multi-stone settings — their ability to include different types of gemstones, just like Ariana Grande's ring features a sentimental pearl tribute to her grandparents. Sapphires, rubies, and emeralds add a touch of color that will set your ring apart from the rest.

vintage rings

3. Vintage Rings

There have been many positive shifts in the diamond ring industry — a field that is often fraught with environmental impact issues. One of these is that consumers are more aware of sustainable practices they can engage in, even when ring shopping.

Thanks to this, many vintage styles are returning to the spotlight. Although many people opt for an heirloom ring that belongs or used to belong to another person in their family, many youngsters also enjoy adding their own twist to it. This could be in the form of another gemstone, a new engraving, and more. It is an incredible way to pay tribute to the sentimentality attached to an engagement ring while adding your own style to it.

Aside from heirloom rings, vintage-style diamond shapes like cushion cuts and art deco rings are also making a comeback in 2023.

non-tradtional rings

4. Non-traditional Rings

The only rule that engagement rings should follow is that you and your partner should love them. And if that means ditching the same old yellow gold, rose gold, and white diamond affair, then, by all means, do it!

The best part is that you won't be the only one! Non-traditional engagement rings will be a massive trend in 2023. Couples are using metals like tungsten carbide to make sturdy rings that are an ode to their solid relationships. Some eco-friendly couples choose to make rings ethically out of fallen wood or driftwood pieces. And if you're part of a couple that isn't fond of jewelry, how about opting to tattoo one on your finger?

Oval Rings

5. Oval Rings

There's a reason that oval rings are so popular — they look incredibly luxurious, are timeless, elongate the wearers' fingers, and are a celebrity favorite. Don't believe us? Just ask Simone Biles, Lana Condor, Kourtney Kardashian, and Joey King (whose oval diamonds are placed horizontally!) if they feel the same way!

While oval rings often tend to have solitaire stones, this style can be complemented with smaller gems that flank the central stone.

One can also go the toi et moi route, using another diamond or gemstone to accent the oval stone.

pearl ring

6. Pearl Rings

It's been said once and is now repeating: engagement rings don't always have diamonds! Today, a popular trend everyone has seen is the use of pearls in engagement rings.

One of our favorite examples has to be Emma Stone's ring which features a central pearl flanked by tiny stones on either side that results in a beautiful snowflake shape. So, if your partner isn't a fan of flashy gemstones, pick a pearl that she'll love saying "I do" to.

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