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"Engagement Ring Trends 2023: What’s Hot This Year"

Diamond Engagement Ring


The engagement ring has been a symbol of love and commitment for centuries, but the styles and designs of these rings have evolved with time. If you're planning to propose to your significant other in 2023, here are some of the hottest engagement ring trends to consider.


Unique Diamond Cuts

While round diamonds continue to be the most popular choice for engagement rings, unique diamond cuts are gaining popularity. Oval, pear-shaped, marquise, and cushion-cut diamonds have become increasingly popular in recent years, offering a modern twist on the traditional.


From left right to: Eden Garden Peridot & Diamonds Ring, Ellis Mhairi Cameron LI Orange Diamond Ring, Rachel Boston Clara Pear Ring

Eden Garden Peridot & Diamonds Ring Ellis Mhairi Cameron LI Orange Diamond Ring Rachel Boston Clara Pear Ring

Colourful Gemstones

White diamonds are classic, but coloured gemstones are becoming a popular. Sapphires, emeralds, and rubies are the most common choices, offering a bold and beautiful alternative to traditional diamonds. Not only are they unique, but they also offer a personalized touch to the ring.


From left to right: Minka Jewels Gypsy-Set Aquamarine Ring, Thelma West Sybil Emerald Ring, Fenton Mayfair Blue Sapphire Original

Minka Jewels Gypsy-Set Aquamarine Ring Thelma West Sybil Emerald Ring Fenton Mayfair Blue Sapphire Original


Sustainable Diamonds

Sustainability is a growing concern, and many couples are opting for rings made with sustainable diamonds. These diamonds are ethically sourced and produced using sustainable methods, such as lab-growing, making them a more eco-friendly choice.


From left to right: Smiling Rocks Emerald Cut Ring, Fenton Solar Diamond Mayfair Diamond Ring, Taylor & Hart Artemis Ring

Smiling Rocks Emerald Cut Ring Fenton Solar Diamond Mayfair Diamond Ring Taylor & Hart Artemis Ring


Yellow Gold

While white gold and platinum have been popular choices for engagement rings for years, yellow gold is making a comeback. Yellow gold offers a classic and timeless look that pairs well with any diamond or gemstone. It's also a great option for vintage-inspired rings.


From left to right: Alex Monroe Rosarium Diamond Trilogy Ring, Jessie Thomas Cushion Bombe Ring, Rachel Boston Arauca Ring

Alex Monroe Rosarium Diamond Trilogy Ring Jessie Thomas Cushion Bombe Ring Rachel Boston Arauca Ring


Mixed Metals

Mixing metals is another trend that is gaining popularity in the world of engagement rings. Rings that combine white gold and rose gold, for example, offer a unique and eye-catching look. It’s a great option for those who want something different than a standard ring.


From left to right: Kian Design Bianca & Oro Vintage Ring, Annoushka Marguerite Solitaire Ring, Lylie Zizila Etruscan Ring

Kian Design Bianca & Oro Vintage Ring Annoushka Marguerite Solitaire Ring Lylie Zizila Etruscan Ring


Geometric Shapes

Geometric shapes are an emerging trend, offering a modern and contemporary look. Triangular, hexagonal, and kite-shaped diamonds have become popular in recent years. These shapes offer a unique look and feel that is different from traditional diamond cuts.


From left to right: Minka Jewels Berlin Teal Tourmaline Ring, Lylie Amor Cluster Ring, Rachel Boston Aurora Ring

Minka Jewels Berlin Teal Tourmaline Ring Lylie Amor Cluster Ring Rachel Boston Aurora Ring



In conclusion, the engagement ring is a timeless symbol of love and commitment. However, the styles and designs of these rings continue to evolve with time. Whether you prefer a classic, vintage, or modern look, there is an engagement ring trend to suit your style. With these trends in mind, you can find the perfect ring to symbolize your love and commitment to your partner in 2023.


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