Engagement Ring Trends

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An engagement ring is not just a simple accessory—it’s an expression of love and lifelong commitment. It will be the second most important piece of jewelry you will ever own, after your wedding ring.

If you’re buying an engagement ring for your partner or going out to choose one together, it’s best to consider current trends in the world of jewelry before you go out to shop.

When you know what’s out there and what other couples are choosing to symbolize their relationship, you can begin to list your own pros and cons and establish your own preferences.

There is a good variety of engagement ring trends in 2022. After all, a ring that perfectly showcases one couple’s relationship will not suit others’.

In this article, we discuss the latest trends in engagement rings, how many carats you should buy, and what styles to avoid.

Let’s get to it!

What Is the New Trend in Engagement Rings?

Multi-stone engagement rings are all the rage in celebrity circles. Emily Ratajkowski, Ariana Grande, and Megan Fox have all embraced this luxurious ring style in 2022. 

The best thing about this engagement ring trend is that you can make yours as unique as your relationship. You can choose a combination of your favorite gemstones to symbolize your love story. A classic diamond flanked by emeralds combines tradition with symbols of fidelity and new beginnings.

You can even go for double or triple stone rings to visually showcase the coming together of two people for the rest of their shared lives.

Addison Ring – GIA 0.85 Carat Princess Diamond Ring with Side Diamonds


Agnie Ring – 0.90 Carat Round Diamond Engagement Ring with Round Side Diamonds


Ashley Ring – GIA 2.36 Carat Pear & Oval Diamond Engagement Ring


Ava Ring – 1.29 Carat Heart Shape Diamond Ring ,14K White Gold With Pave Ring


What Is the Most Popular Engagement Ring Style?

Round diamond cuts have long been the most popular option for engagement rings, and for good reason. They have an incomparably timeless look that will never go out of style.

A round cut displays the diamond to its fullest, brightest potential. When you choose a triple excellent cut round diamond, you are assured of excellent polish, excellent symmetry, and excellent cut.

These round brilliant cut diamonds are quintessential sparklers that suit all setting styles and jewelry aesthetics. Their flexibility is undoubtedly an important asset!

If you want to veer away from classic diamonds, you can opt for heirloom moonstone, topaz, sapphire, onyx, and other unique gemstones to represent your love.

Every person, relationship, and engagement ring is different, so you must decide what will suit you and what you’re comfortable with. 

Are Three Stone Engagement Rings Popular?

Yes, three-stone rings have become exceptionally popular, primarily because of the Meghan Markle effect.

These so-called trinity rings are rich with personal significance and symbolism, and couples imbue unique meanings on each stone. The stones may take on the religious significance or represent the couple’s relationship in the past, present, and future. They can also represent the three essential elements of a relationship: friendship, fidelity, and love.

If you want to add a modern twist to your three-stone ring, you can opt for unique settings and geometric cuts. You can stack and arrange the gemstones however you like, or even opt for a double band.

How Many Carats Should An Engagement Ring Have?

Your choice of engagement ring largely depends on your style preferences, financial means, lifestyle, and many other factors. Remember that there is no single perfect answer that will apply to each couple.

In the United States, the average carat size for diamond engagement rings is about one carat. In the United Kingdom, it’s 0.6 carats. And when you factor in the rest of Europe, the average goes down to 0.5 carats.

The average carat size also varies dramatically based on demographics. In general, older people buy larger diamonds, while younger couples tend to buy smaller ones or choose other gemstones instead. 

Engagement Ring Trends to Avoid

While couples are largely free to choose engagement rings based on their preferences, there are certain styles that are best avoided.

Here are some crucial don’ts when shopping for an engagement ring:

  • Don’t skimp on the band – Opting for cheap materials will just be a waste of money. You don’t have to opt for the most luxurious metal band, but choose a sturdy and well-made one that will last decades.
  • Don’t blindly follow trends – Your engagement ring symbolizes your lifelong commitment, and it is a very personal choice. When you follow trends too closely, you may pick a stone that doesn’t represent your relationship. Feel free to veer away from what’s popular if it means you will choose something that will make you and your partner happy.
  • Don’t settle for traditional – Traditional diamond settings and cuts have been around for decades, and they will likely never go out of style. However, this shouldn’t be the sole basis for your choice. Instead, pay close attention to your partner’s preferences. Whatever you pick should represent your journey as a couple instead of blending in with tradition.

Brandy Ring – 1.50 Carat Pear Shaped Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring with Pave and Hidden Halo


Brittany Ring – 4.00 Carat Cushion Lab Grown Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring


Daniella ring – 2.22 Carat Lab-Grown Radiant Diamond Engagement Ring with Tapered Side Diamonds


Everly Ring – 3.29 Carat Emerald Lab Grown Diamond Engagement Ring


Why Buy Engagement Rings at

For over thirty years, Othergems has been polishing polished diamonds and distributing them to merchants around the world. Our long-term passion has always been accessibility, as we believe that those who want high-quality diamonds should be able to get them.

We sell all kinds of diamonds, and we can even create custom diamond jewelry by request. Just tell us about your dream diamond engagement ring, wedding ring, earrings, bracelet, necklace, or others. Custom orders are shipped within three to four weeks.

Our experts handle each diamond to ensure that each piece meets industry standards. All pieces are manufactured in-house from beginning to end, from cutting the diamond, crafting it, and setting it into its final home.

All orders are safe, secure, and shipped for free internationally. We assure the best possible customer service every step of the way, so contact us for all of your diamond needs!

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