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An engagement ring is one of the most important pieces of jewelry you will ever own or choose to buy for your partner—no pressure!

There are so many things to consider when shopping for an engagement ring. There’s your personal style, of course, along with your budget and lifestyle.

When you begin shopping for an engagement ring, the sheer number of available choices can be incredibly overwhelming. We’re here to help with that.

In this article, we will break down the most popular styles of engagement rings you can choose from. This should narrow down your options significantly so your search for a ring can progress quickly!

What Styles of Engagement Rings Are There?

Solitaire

If you’re looking for a traditional, classic engagement ring, then the solitaire style is the one for you. It is named for the fact that there is only one stone in the design.

A solitaire ring is a timeless piece, popular as ever despite the latest fashion trends that come and go. If your style is simple yet elegant, you will love this classic piece of jewelry.

Cluster

As the name suggests, a cluster is a group of multiple stones that achieve an effect similar to a particularly large diamond. Vintage cluster rings are often symmetrical, meant to resemble flower petals, while many modern cluster rings are asymmetrical and look more contemporary.

This ring style maximizes the brilliance and sparkle of engagement rings without breaking the bank. These rings are incredibly versatile, and you can choose from endless designs made with different gemstones or create a custom cluster ring to symbolize your relationship.

Pavé

The pavé diamond setting is a gorgeous option that exudes class and luxury. The word “pavé” is French for “to pave,” so this type of setting involves a row of tiny diamonds set closely together, paving the band of the engagement ring.

Any simple engagement ring can be enhanced through pavé to achieve a dainty, feminine look. The tiny diamonds capture more light and offset the central gemstone beautifully.

Oval Halo

Oval-cut diamonds automatically look more prominent due to their elongated shape, especially when compared to stones of the same carat.

This style is quite unique, a step beyond the traditional round stones. Still, the oval shape is not as contemporary as newer geometric cuts that have become popular in recent years, so it will never go out of style.

Three-Stone Ring

If you prefer multiple stones instead of a row of tiny diamonds, you can opt for a trilogy style. Three stones can symbolize the past, present, and future—the eternity you are ready to face together. They can also represent the three most important elements of a relationship: friendship, love, and fidelity.

You can style trilogy rings by changing up the shape and size of the stones you want to use. All three stones can be the same size, or you can have a large center diamond with an accent on either side.

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What Is the Most Popular Style of an Engagement Ring?

Halo

The classic halo engagement ring remains the most popular style for many couples, with a resurgence brought by Kate Middleton’s engagement in 2011. This setting is characterized by a row of pavé-set diamonds acting as a halo around a central stone.

The halo stones reflect a lot of light, and can even glow, setting off the central diamond and making it look bigger, clearer, and brighter than it really is. It also makes for the perfect contrast if the center stone is a colored gem, like a ruby, sapphire, morganite, or pink diamond.

You truly can’t go wrong with opting for the traditional. This type of ring creates a stunning shimmer that other styles and settings can’t quite replicate.

How Do I Choose an Engagement Ring Style?

There are many things to keep in mind when choosing the perfect engagement ring for you or your partner.

First, you must set a strict budget. You can significantly narrow down your choices when you have a target amount you must meet.

Once you determine how much money you can spend, your final decision will largely depend on personal preference. The engagement ring must suit the wearer’s style, taste, values, and even lifestyle.

A simple yet classy solitaire will suit someone who wants to remain low-key at all times. Someone with eccentric jewelry tastes would likely love an offbeat cluster with engravings and other unique details.

And if you want to go all out with luxury and class, there’s nothing better than a sparkly pavé or halo engagement ring!

Note that you must get the exact sizing right if you opt for a halo style. The band of small diamonds will make resizing very difficult or even impossible, so get measuring.

Why Buy Engagement Rings at Othergems.com?

Now that you know the ins and out of every engagement ring style, it’s time to make your plans into a reality. Othergems.com is a manufacturer that stands out from the rest by guaranteeing affordable prices for the best quality jewelry in the diamond industry.

Our company was established with the vision of creating the best value diamonds that can be accessible to many. Today, we are the worldwide go-to site for anyone looking to explore our exquisite collection of diamond engagement rings.

We are a jeweler you can rely on. We are happy to help you with one of your most significant life moments. If you want to create a custom engagement ring within a very short time frame, delivered straight to your doorstep, all you need to do is fill out our form for custom-made orders.

No matter what type of engagement ring or other diamond jewelry you want, Othergems.com can make it happen. We have been polishing and producing diamond jewelry for over 30 years, so we know how to make your dreams come true. Reach out to us today!

Addison Ring – 1.02 Carat Princess Diamond Ring, 14K White Gold

$5,050.00$5,350.00

-

Select options
14K Rose Gold
14K White Gold
14K Yellow Gold
18K White Gold
18K Yellow Gold
Platinum

Amelia Ring – 2.02 Carat Oval Diamond Ring, 14K white Gold Solitaire

$20,000.00$20,300.00

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Select options
14K Rose Gold
14K White Gold
14K Yellow Gold
18K White Gold
18K Yellow Gold
Platinum

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

$5,100.00

-

Select options
14K White Gold

Bella Ring – 1.14 Carat Cushion Diamond Ring, 14k White Gold Solitaire Ring

$8,000.00$8,300.00

-

Select options
14K Rose Gold
14K White Gold
14K Yellow Gold
18K White Gold
18K Yellow Gold
Platinum

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Diamond Color Chart

Color is one of the four important factors that determine the value and quality of a diamond (carat, color, clarity and cut grade). The colors range from D which is colorless, all the way through Z which is a light yellow or brown. The more colorless a diamond is, the more it is rare and expensive.

D, E, F

COLORLESS

G, H

NEAR COLORLESS

I, J

NEAR COLORLESS SLIGHTLY TINTED

K-M

FAINT YELLOW

N-R

VERY LIGHT YELLOW

S-Z

LIGHT YELLOW

FANCY

YELLOW

Diamond Clarity Chart

Clarity is one of the four important factors that determine the value and quality of a diamond (carat, color, clarity and cut grade). Almost every diamond has inclusions in it, and that’s what makes it unique. The shape, placement and amount of inclusions determine the clarity of a diamond. The highest level of clarity is FL and the lowest is I3.

GRADE & CATEGORY

FL

FLAWLESS

IF

INTERNALLY FLAWLESS

VVS1, VVS2

VERY VERY SLIGHTLY INCLUDED

VS1, VS2

VERY SLIGHTLY INCLUDED

SI1 & SI2,SI3

SLIGHTLY INCLUDED

I1,I2& I3

INCLUDED

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