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Engagement Rings Forever

Diamonds are forever, as the famous jingle goes centuries ago till today in the 21st century.  Buying an engagement ring can be pretty nerve-wracking, especially when there are so many diamonds, metals, styles and combinations to choose from! It's not like the old days anymore, where you only had the option between platinum and yellow gold. Things have changed drastically and now you have a wide range of engagement ring options to choose from!  

But let's simplify this to make it as easy as we can for you. Even though there are a lot of Moonstone engagement ring styles to choose from, it will narrow down and become extremely clear if you know what your bride-to-be likes! Now this could be the easiest or the most difficult thing to find out, depending on how you approach the situation. To help you out, here are some ways you could find out what you partner would absolutely love in her engagement ring!

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While a diamond is special, there are some shapes that are more popular than others. For instance, the round shape of the brilliant cut doesn’t look it’s going out of style any time soon. The pear shape is great on a simple band as well. But one of the most well-known and beloved designs is surely the princess cut like Alexandrite engagement rings. The square shape of the diamond cut is instantly recognizable and immensely versatile. When you look at the diamond from the top, it has a crisscross pattern that makes it distinctive. It’s less expensive than its spherical friend- because of the way it is cut, the princess cut diamond has lesser wastage. 


The princess cut is not as sparkly as other stones and it’s perfect for the less ostentatious person. As it is a diamond makes a strong statement. With the Emerald engagement ring on your finger, the statement is a strong but subtle one. It’s not just on a ring that this diamond stone looks good. The princess cut goes well with people who have a modern lookout and sensibility. It’s traditional and contemporary at the same time. And this makes it a lasting legacy and one that is timeless. On your person or as a gift to the next generation of your family, the princess cut diamond is one to hold on to. 

Of course you could take the long, stressful route and make the whole thing an absolute surprise and we do see the charm in that! But a more practical way is to just ask your partner about what she would like in an engagement ring. It will give you so much clarity; it will not take away from the happiness and also will save both of you so much time! Once the of you talk about it and discuss turquoise engagement ring options, it can still be a surprise as she won't know when and how you would propose!

We hope your engagement ring buying process is as easy as it is to fall in love! We wish you all the best!

Comments

  1. Wow the price must be equally blinding. :)

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  2. I rather spend on food, lol, diamonds cannot be eaten. Anyway, I cannot afford them. Hee hee :)

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