Pear shaped engagement rings have returned and we are totally here for it! The pear shape diamond was first invented in 1475 by Lodewyk Van Bercken, and has gone in and out of trend over the years. The shape became wildly popular in the mid-1900s when Frank Sinatra proposed to Mia Farrow with a 9 carat pear shaped engagement ring. Now this shape is back and bigger than ever (literally), and has been seen on Paris Hilton, Cardi B., Ariana Grande, Katherine Heigl, and Sophie Turner.
Gold is classic. Gold is timeless. While yellow gold engagement rings never truly go out of style, we are definitely seeing a resurgence in women who are opting for yellow gold over white gold or platinum. This trend can be worn in a various amount of styles; ranging from a simple gold band with an oval diamond or a halo ring adorned with multiple stones. The options are endless.
The three stone engagement ring is seeing a resurgence in popularity due to the engagement and marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Prince Harry proposed to Meghan with a three stone engagement ring that featured gorgeous diamonds from the royal collection. This style is not only beautiful, but is also a beautiful symbol of the past, present, and future of your relationship.
Gone are the days of an engagement ring being just a diamond. Many women are branching out from the traditional stone, and choosing sapphire, emeralds, pink diamond, blue-grey moissanite, and so many more. This is a great way to show your personal style or to commemorate a special memory by getting the stone for the month you met or fell in love.
If there is one trend that is definitely universal, it's the oval engagement ring. The oval engagement ring is a classic shape that will be in-style for years to come. It is also a perfect shape because you can combine multiple trends. You can have a yellow gold band with an oval diamond, a three stone ring with oval stones, or even an engagement ring with a colored gemstone with an oval cut.