In recent years, there have been several trends in engagement ring styles:
Rose gold: This warm-toned metal has become increasingly popular as an alternative to traditional yellow and white gold.
Mixed metal: Some couples are opting for engagement rings that feature a combination of different metal colors, such as white and yellow gold or rose gold and white gold.
Halo setting: This setting features a center diamond or gemstone surrounded by smaller diamonds, which creates the illusion of a larger, more sparkly center stone.
Three-stone setting: This setting features a larger center diamond or gemstone flanked by two smaller side stones, which represents the couple's past, present, and future.
Alternative gemstones: Some couples are choosing engagement rings with colored gemstones, such as sapphires, emeralds, or morganite, instead of a traditional diamond.
Minimalistic Design: Some people prefer a simple and elegant design with less ornamentation and a stronger focus on the quality of the diamond.
Sustainable and Ethical: Diamonds that are mined and processed in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible way are more in demand. The demand for lab-grown diamonds has been increasing as they are considered more environmentally friendly and ethically sound.