Monday 25 November 2019

Engagement Ring Trends of 2020 Part 3

This is part 3 of our engagement ring trend series, where we compile all the #ringgoals of 2020. Check Part 1 and Part 2 to get inspiration for your engagement ring. Let's jump right into the next trend in this post.

Think outside the round brilliant diamond box!
The round brilliant diamond continues to be the most popular diamond shape for engagement rings but we do think a lot of modern brides are exploring other diamond shapes. Your engagement ring will be your most personal piece of jewelry so it makes sense to choose a diamond and setting that speaks to you.

Emerald Cut Engagement Rings
We predict the emerald cut with its long facets and understated elegance will see a surge in popularity in 2020. This cut has many celebrity fans. Beyonce sports a whopping 24-carat emerald cut engagement ring and recently Jennifer Lopez has been wearing a 15-carat emerald cut engagement ring.

The emerald cut diamond performs a lot differently than the round brilliant cut diamond. Rather than the sparkling effect of a round brilliant diamond, the emerald cut throws subtle flashes of light. Due to the way this diamond is cut with long step-like facets, it is very essential to choose a diamond with superior clarity grades. Unlike round brilliant diamonds that can be forgiving of inclusions, you have to be careful of inclusion when choosing an emerald cut diamond. Talk to one of our diamond advisors at 1-866-522-2539 to find the perfect emerald cut diamond for your dream engagement ring.

Take a look at this minimalist, super chic emerald cut engagement ring from our latest collection. The princess diamonds on the band add to the allure of the ring.
This cut is quite versatile. It can look quite stunning with a vintage-style setting too as you can see with this petite engagement ring.

Oval and Pear Diamonds
Some of the other diamond shapes that you'll be seeing brides wearing a lot in 2020 are the elongated silhouette shapes like oval and pear. These two shapes have the same sparkling effect as the round brilliant diamond but come in intriguing shapes. Both shapes also have their own pros and cons.

The pear shaped diamond and the oval cut diamond with their elongated shapes offer the most "finger coverage". This means that when you compare an oval and pear diamond with a round diamond of the same carat weight, these two diamonds appear bigger due to the nature of their shapes. This is a big pro.

The con with these two diamond shapes is the bow-tie effect. The bow-tie effect is when there is a dark region in the center of the diamond, shaped like a bow tie. This happens due to the way these diamonds are cut. There is always going to be a bow-tie effect and in fact, it is a part of the beauty of the cut. The trick is to find oval cut and pear diamonds with minimal, not-severe bow-tie effect. This is why we suggest talking to our diamond experts on 1-866-522-2539 before choosing the center diamond for your dream engagement ring.

We hope these insights into 2020 engagement ring trends help you find your engagement ring. 
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