Post # 1
just curious about how trends are influenced in your area!
I live in St. Louis (USA) and here Round Brilliant or Cushion halo pave rings are the only ring to have. At my work 5 girls got engaged in a year and a half and every single one ended up with a halo ring with a pave band. The most different one had a canary yellow diamond.
even my close friend, whose style is very off-the-cuff and different, complained a bit about the fact that her SO got her a somewhat vintage looking ring because she wanted a cushion with a halo.
what style is most popular where you live?
Post # 2
Anonyfish: White gold solitaires with diamond bands or a diamond ering. I rarely ever see yellow gold.
Post # 3
Halos. White gold. Pave bands.
Post # 4
Anonyfish: I live in a big city, so I see all sorts of rings. Most of them are round brilliant stones, set in white gold or platinum. Blingy wedding bands as well, I rarely see plain ones.
Post # 5
pinkcorsage: im the only person I know under the age of 40 with a yellow gold e- ring lol. Platinum and white gold are insanely popular.
Post # 6
I have the trendy white good pave halo cushion cut. So I vote that #newyork!
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2018 - City, State
A lot of .2-.8ish yellow or white gold solitaires with plain bands
Or halos…halos everywhere
Post # 8
Anonyfish: I just turned 32 and I’ve got a yellow gold (or as I call it…gold) ring!
Popular now are halos and micro pave. Silver metals are also hugely popular, but that’s been for over a decade!
Post # 9
I’ve seen an equal amount of solitaires and halos, both with pave pave bands. Less solitaires without pave. NY as well!
Post # 10
JenGirl: Ooh “gold”!?!? What an inventive title. 😉 You have a point there.
silvers are king. I think they will be for a long time! micro pave is popular here too
Post # 11
Pave, on the band, in a halo, and any other surface a designer can find, is popular. The good news, is that designers are starting to come up with other designs.
Post # 12
Halos! Halos everywhere! Ptincess cuts are also popular where I live.
Post # 13
i have a custom ring that i don’t wear yet. (hopefully soon) It is very different. I live in mississippi and where I’m from it is alot of halo and pave, but go for whatever WOWS you.
Post # 14
Princess cuts, and actually I know several girls engaged recently with three-stone rings or a solitaire with small stones on each side.
White gold for sure. And halos.
Post # 15
I see either plain solitaires, solitaires with pave, or three stone rings here. Halos are popular in the stores, but I see very few actually on a finger. The huge amount of bling I see on the Bee is not popular here. I think I see a center stone size of between .5 and 1.5 on most rings. White gold is by far the most popular. White diamonds make up nearly every single stone I’ve seen (or some other white stone). I’ve yet to see a gemstone ring in passing, or a colored diamond, except for mine. Men seem to have plain metal bands, evenly white metals or yellow gold, without diamond accents or mixing metals.
I’m in a bigger city in the Midwest, on a large college campus, drawing from graduate students and professors.