If you are planning to pop that question soon, don’t forget to do it with diamonds! Do you know which diamond engagement rings will be popular this year? Yes, you have to do your homework before going to the jewellery store, otherwise, you might be getting your fiancée an outdated style of engagement ring.
Well, you’re one lucky fellow! We have just come up with a list of diamond engagement ring trends in 2020.
1. Emerald cut diamond. The round cut has always been the popular shape of diamonds for engagement rings. However, this 2020, many modern and fashion-savvy women are leaning toward the emerald cut, which started to become popular over the last two years. Some fancy shapes like oval and radiant will be a thing too, but the emerald is taking the lead for now.
2. Floral design. Many celebrities like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Elizabeth Olsen stepped out in 2019 with a floral-style diamond ring, hence, we can expect this trend to increase this year too. A floral style matched with a brightly coloured gemstone gives that picture-perfect feminine and vintage appeal that many women would love.
3. Three stones. The one-stone diamond ring is a timeless design that highlights the diamond at
the centre of the band. This year, however, the three stones are going to be in demand. Meghan Markle seems to have set this trend when Prince Harry proposed to her with a customized three-stone diamond engagement ring, and many couples love this creative look nowadays.
4. Vintage. You might wonder why vintage will become a trend when it’s
already—well—vintage. Jewellers attest that many women have shown interest in vintage style rings, especially when Princess Beatrice recently exposed her vintage engagement ring.
5. Colour stones. Diamonds, they say, are a girl’s best friend, but this year, many women are also considering other colour stones, such as emeralds and sapphires. Green, yellow, and rose are also getting well-liked by couples. Fashion experts say it’s because the modern brides are braver and bolder when it comes to expressing their personality through fashion.