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The season of romance is almost upon us... and a whole new wave of trends.
Each year brings with it a new wave of trends - whether inspired by looks from celebs, or revisits to fashions of years gone by. With proposal season just around the corner with New Years Eve, Christmas & Valentines Day not too long in the future, we’re taking a look at what we think will be the engagement ring trends to look out for in 2020 - so you can keep ahead of the curve!But just remember, engagement rings aren’t all about following the trend. Your proposal is a beautifully personal event, so why not make your engagement ring personal, too? Adding personal touches to each of these styles can really help bring your ring to life.
Sometimes, you just can’t beat the classic Solitaire - and it’s a ring that never really “goes out of style.” Featuring a single diamond, it’s a simple yet dazzlingly effective style that remains timeless year after year. And we don’t think that’s going to change anytime soon.Browse our collection of Engagement Rings.
One of the unique touches we’re seeing more and more is the detailing of the band itself coming into focus, not just the cut or size of gemstone. As such, twist detailing is a great way to add character to your piece, and it can be as embellished as you like. Coming in all shapes and sizes, twisted bands can feature a full 360 detailing with embezzled diamonds or other gemstones - or really, any feature you like. That’s the beauty of bespoke!Thinking of designing your own band? Check out our Bespoke Design Page.
Halo Engagement Rings
Although it’s a style that’s been around a long time, it’s only relatively recently that new jewelling techniques have allowed for a more seamless “halo” effect, in which there are minimal gaps between the stones at the centre piece.
Looking to design your own perfect halo ring? go bespoke.
It’s not always all about the diamond! There’s been a sweeping shift towards different gemstones in the past year or so, especially Emerald. With this in mind though, it’s always important to consider what gemstones your significant other adores. And, in all honesty, if you’re a little worried about branching out too far, you can never go wrong with diamond.Browse our collection of Emerald Rings.