Engagement Ring Trends for 2020
It may be true that trends come and go, but that doesn’t mean they can’t affect our personal style choices. When it comes to jewelry, specifically engagement rings, trends can help us decide what we do and don’t like, as well as give us inspiration towards unique ideas. So, whether you’re looking for a ring to give your partner or browsing for your own enjoyment – here are the most popular trends for engagement rings at the beginning of a new decade.
Another highly popular trend has been leaning towards vintage inspirations that were all about the details. We see this in repurposed family rings as well as brand new custom-designed pieces that are shoot for an antique feel. Acquiring a vintage look can be done in numerous ways, with the most popular being created with clean, bold lines, stunning geometric patterns, and filigree (metal wire detailing).
Due to growing popularity, many experts expect emerald-cut diamonds to rank near the top in 2020. Many brides have started to shift away from the traditional round-cut diamond to fancier styles like the emerald or oval. The crisp elongated lines on an emerald-cut boast a dramatic finish that sparkles profusely under the light. Another great feature about this cut is it can be dressed up to promote a significant amount of bling or for the more simplistic bride, can easily be redefined to create a more subtle sophistication appeal.
A halo setting is definitely not a new trend, but it is one that seems to be here to stay in 2020. The only difference is that people have been finding new innovative ways to add a twist to this classic style. One of those ways is by combining another 2020 trend – color stones – into the mix. Placing a gemstone within a halo setting instead of your typical diamond has been gaining much attention and doesn’t seem to be losing steam anytime soon. Another alteration to this style that’s been gaining popularity has been a hidden halo. A hidden halo sits just below the primary stone, adding intricate and glamorous detail when observed from the side.
Whether it’s two, three, or even five – a multiple stone ring has been catching the attention of many brides to be. A three-stone ring that Meghan Markle proudly sports is said to represent the past present and future – giving the ring an even more beautiful meaning. Another great part of a multi-stone ring is the endless number of customizations that come with them. There are several different sizes, shapes, and colors that can be incorporated to create the ring of your dreams.
A shift towards sustainability has been growing steadily as many couples have begun to align their personal values with the businesses they pay patronage to. Owning a ring that comes with an authentic story about where and how to came to be is becoming increasingly more significant.
More and more brides who are seeking a one-of-a-kind ring have been venturing out for stones other than diamonds. Birthstones are a prevalent choice as they connect with the bride on an exceedingly personal level. It should also be stated that not all birthstones are made for everyday wear, so consulting a professional about your stone is a must before making any final decisions. But color stones don’t have to be limited to one’s birthstone; they can be chosen based on the bride’s favorite color or any other factors that may come into play.
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Rose Gold Metal
Just like alternative stones have been growing in popularity, so have alternative metals – the most popular being rose gold. A considerable appeal rose gold brings is its beautiful pairing with other yellow gold fashioned pieces as well as complimenting every skin town. Along with choosing rose gold to be the metal for an engagement ring, many couples are choosing different metals for their wedding bands. Rather than only choosing one metal, you’ll start to see a white or yellow gold being paired with a rose gold ring.
If you haven’t noticed by now, owning an unconventional ring seems to be the running theme this year. Brides want their rings to be just as unique and one-of-a-kind as they are, and with these new trends, you can mix and match that goal shouldn’t be too hard to complete.
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