If it’s time to pick a wedding ring, that means you’ve likely got your
engagement ring and are probably knee-deep into planning for the big day. Some women prefer to let
their engagement ring be their guide when choosing a wedding band and wear them as a pair; others plan on moving their engagement ring to their right
hand and want a wedding ring that stands on its own. Whatever your pleasure, here’s a little style help to determine your direction.
Vintage Glamour: It’s All in the Details
Look for hand engraving, milgrain, and geometric shapes that evoke an era from the past.
Milgrain Marquise and Dot Diamond Ring in 14k White Gold
Deco Sapphire and Diamond Eternity Ring in 18k White Gold
Hand Engraved Wedding Ring in 14k White Gold
The Free Spirit: Wedding Rings for the Boho Bride
Arrows, flowers, and garlands are on-trend musts for the breezy style.
Monique Lhuillier Wishbone Diamond Ring in Platinum
Petite Twist Diamond Ring in 14k White Gold
Monique Lhuillier Petal Garland Diamond Eternity Ring in 18k Rose Gold
Classic Charm: Can’t Go Wrong Rings
Gold or platinum
eternity and anniversary rings paired with sapphire
and pavé diamonds are perennial favorites.
Riviera Pavé Sapphire and Diamond Ring in 14k White Gold
Petite Pavé Diamond Ring in Platinum
Trio Micropavé Diamond Wedding Ring in 18k Yellow Gold
Low Profile: Rings for an Active Lifestyle
Go for bezel– or channel-set diamonds if you’re
always on the go or tend to work with your hands a lot.
Truly Zac Posen Five-Stone Bezel-Set Diamond Ring in Platinum
Sapphire Eternity Ring in 14k Yellow Gold
Channel Set Princess Cut Diamond Ring in Platinum
High Society: For the Urban Sophisticate
Fancy shaped diamond such as emerald- and radiant-cuts add interest and allure to statement-making rings.
Bella Vaughan for Blue Nile Grandeur Imperial Band with Asscher Diamonds in Platinum
Radiant-Cut Yellow Diamond Eternity Ring in 18k Yellow Gold
Gala Diamond Eternity Ring in Platinum