Post # 46
I was engaged about 10 years ago and I KNEW I wanted an oval halo. I looked everywhere but there were only a couple halo rings in every store, and most of them were round. I finally found something close to what I was looking for and it wasn’t really the thing but close enough. I’m so happy that they are more popular because THIS time I’m going to finally get the ring I always wanted! 🙂
Post # 47
My husband designed my ring and he wanted it to have an element of his mom’s ring which he considered traditional. That element was the halo! Her halo shape is different than mine but a halo is a halo. She got married in the 70s so proves to be a timeless look.
Post # 48
Halos are definitely currently trendy but they’ve been trendy at different points in history and will likely fade out and be trendy again at some point in the future like everything else so you can’t really go wrong as long as it’s something you love.
Post # 49
Thank you!! I love it.
Thank you! I love vintage and antique rings.
Post # 50
I’m always drawn to antique halos, so I know I’m biased.
I definitely have my preferences as well, but then I think: If all of our rings looked the same, wouldn’t that be boring?
Post # 51
At the end of the day, you need to go with a ring you love. I definitely think you should think about the future and make sure you’ll love it for years to come, but don’t get hung up on what’s too trendy.
I will say I have noticed more and more halos the past few years for sure. But my ring is vintage. It’s probably from late 70s, early 80s and I love it. It’s modelled after Princess Diana’s. So to me, a lot of times halos can be classic. It just depends.
Post # 52
What is old fashioned today will be hot in a couple of years. So I don’t think most styles are permanently outdated. But I do think they won’t always be this popular.