Post # 46
I live in amjor Canaian city – tbh I never cared about rings before getting engaged myself but since then I notice hals are the trend.
For people who have gotten married 5-10 years ago I notice a lot of channel settings
Post # 47
I’m just outside of LA- I don’t see a typical style beyond BIG.
Post # 48
Futuremc2be: Goodness we are practically neighbors, we lived in Polk county and the area was so bad, businesses closing etc. We moved to Sarasota and business is crazy booming. Life is in such an upswing here. We are loving it 🙂
Post # 49
I’m in Kansas and clusters are everywhere. But mine is basically a solitaire with side stones and I love that it’s different from the others around here.
Post # 50
Halos definitely, I see alot of cushion cuts with white golf or platinun bands usually with some smaller diamonds either in the halo or throughout. If not that something vintage inspired, I work as a dress consultant so I see alot of rings.
Post # 51
I’m in Boca Raton fl and I see a lot of emerald cuts.
I have a cushion halo which I know are very popular but I never see them here.
Post # 52
Tennessee…….princess halos and marquise cuts!
Post # 53
- Wedding: July 2016 - Long Island, NY
All of my friends have round solitaires. One of my friends has a “solitaire” with 5 small & tapering stones on each side. I am the only halo girl, and I am definitely the only one without a round diamond.
Post # 54
- Wedding: September 2017 - Ceremony and Reception: Historic mansion on the water
I am in the DMV. Solitaires and Halos in platinum settings averaging at least 1ct.
Post # 55
I live in Georgia; cushion-shaped halos and very skinny prong-set eternities are everywhere, at least on women in their 20s & 30s. I used to want a cushion halo, so I appreciate seeing so many pretty rings that are different from mine.
Post # 56
South Central Pennsylvania, solitaires and 3 stone rings usually .5 ctw or smaller.
Post # 57
smaller diamonds put together
Post # 58
thats odd it must vary greatly around Victoria. I’m also from regional victoria (hi!) and all I see are solitares with or without round side stones under a carrat
Post # 59
This is a super interesting thread. Love seeing how it’s different everywhere. I’m in central Ohio and I’m no jeweler so excuse my lack of knowing the ring lingo lol but I see a lot of rings with the halo diamonds around the main diamond and a lot of thick bands with diamonds in them.
Post # 60
I live in Alabama. In my age demographic – 35 or so – the women seem to fall into the categories of still wearing their original round solitiare (usually around a carat) with a plain band, upgraded to a blinged out halo, or on their second marriage with a big ole solitaire. Almost all of the younger girls I know that have recently gotten engaged/married have pave bands. But it’s a good mix of halo and solitaire.