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How to Find the Perfect Engagement Ring
Given the extensive selection of ring designs available, it can be challenging to decide on which engagement ring to choose. We have prepared this simple engagement ring shopping guide to make your shopping easier.
Step 1. Start with Stone Shape
The stone shape you want to pick is your personal preference. However, each stone shape has its unique characteristic.
Let’s take a look at a few popular stone cuts.
Step 2. Have Your Preferred Stone Size in Mind
The appearance of two stones with the same carat weight can vary greatly depending on the shape of the stone. For example, a round brilliant-cut cubic zirconia that weighs 1 carat will have a different diameter than a princess-cut cubic zirconia that weighs 1 carat. The round cubic zirconia may appear larger than the princess-cut cubic zirconia even though they have the same weight.
Step 3. Select Your Engagement Ring Stone Color
A colored stone engagement ring is a great way to showcase your unique style and personality. It allows you to choose a stone in your favorite color, birthstone, or one that has special meaning to you.
Step 4. Choose Your Engagement Ring Style
Finding your engagement ring style can be a fun and exciting process. You can start with browsing our bestsellers to get a sense of what styles you like. Classic, modern or vintage inspired with plenty of details.
Step 5. Pick Your Engagement Ring Setting
The high setting lifts the center stone above the band, making it more visible and prominent. The low setting sits closer to the finger, making it more comfortable to wear on a daily basis.
High setting engagement rings and low setting engagement rings are both beautiful. However, they are for people with difference lifestyles. For example, if you need to wear gloves and wash hands all the time, a high setting may not be convenient for you.
We provide ring height infomation and refernece model images for most of our rings. make sure to check it out.
Step 6. Consider An Engagement Ring And Wedding Band Set
Do you need only an engagement ring or you need a bride ring set that comes with a matching band for your engagement ring. Buying a wedding ring set is more convenient than purchasing them separately since the engagement ring and wedding band are designed to be worn together, they typically complement each other and create a cohesive look. This can be important for those who prefer a flush fit matching set.
Step 7. Correctly Measure Your Ring Size
Finding the right ring size is important to ensure that your ring fits comfortably and securely. You can visit a jeweler or measure an existing ring. If you have a ring that already fits comfortably, you can measure the inside diameter of the ring and compare it to our ring size chart to determine your size.
Consider the width of the band: The width of the band can affect the fit of the ring greatly. Thicker bands typically require a slightly larger size than thinner bands. If you plan on wearing a wider band or a ring set, you may want to go up a half size or full size to ensure a comfortable fit.
We hope the engagement ring shopping guide is helpful! Happy shopping!