This coming engagement season, prepare to see loads of color and sparkle. Whether you are coveting a Beyonce-esque solitaire, an epic Kim Kardashian West-inspired emerald cut, or hunting for an heirloom piece, get inspired by these stunning engagement rings that come next Valentine’s Day will be more swoon-worthy than before. Here, the top 5 engagement trends to consider when shopping for an upcoming proposal.
The Georgian era made a big impact in jewelry for its introduction of the rose cut diamond, pearl accents and cluster settings, all of which are prominent in the ring styles trending in 2020.
Three Stone Engagement Ring available at Mayors
Round Halo Engagement Ring available at Mayors
Destinee Solitaire available at Cartier
Gemstones and colored diamonds are rising in popularity—and we’re not just talking about the all-too-popular canary and fancy yellow diamonds of the past. Come 2020, expect more blues, purples, pinks, and even greens to make an appearance on the hands of the chicest brides-to-be.
Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring with a Pavé Diamond Platinum Band available at Tiffany & Co.
Fancy Deep Pink Diamond Ring available at Tiffany & Co.
Hip to be Emerald
With the rise in fancy shape diamonds, emerald cuts have come into the forefront. With sharp rows of facets and a geometric shape, the Emerald cut is one of the most sophisticated and beautiful silhouettes.
Emerald cut Emerald engagement ring available at Cartier
Emerald-cut Engagement Ring with a Pavé Diamond Platinum Band available at Tiffany & Co.
Designers have been setting accent stones in linear clusters to create unique, impactful rings that rival the drama of a solitaire. These are delicate, petite stones in varying shapes—and even colors—that rest daintily next to your wedding band, and make for the start of a stackable set.
Crossover Wide Ring in 18K Yellow Gold with Diamonds available at David Yurman
Lahar Ring with Diamonds availbela at John Hardy
Move Noa Pavé available at Messika
The minimalist solitaire, which took a backseat to the halo for many years, is back on. Brides who love this classic, timeless style are shifting their attention to a higher quality center stone and ditching the halo.
1895 Solitaire Ring in platinum available at Cartier
Engagement Ring in 18k Rose Gold available at Tiffany & Co.
Solitaire Engagement Ring available at Na Hoku