Posted on October 20 2017
Planning the perfect proposal can be an agonizing prospect, but having the right engagement ring at the ready will relieve a lot of the pressure.
After all, the proposal only lasts a few minutes while the engagement ring lasts forever.
In today’s ultra-personalized world, engagement rings are as unique as those who receive them.
While classic solitaires remain a great choice for some and halo settings are still popular for others, this installment of Amanda’s Style File is for everyone else.
From butterfly-shaped diamonds to colored gemstones, and hidden details on classic designs and intricate settings, here is a look at some of the top pretty and personal engagement rings to engage (pun intended) clients who want unique or unexpected design elements.
Dana Bronfman’s solitaire ring in hammered 18-karat yellow gold with a green-hued rose-cut diamond ($1,300)