As far as engagement rings are concerned, just like fashion, settings, stone shapes, and metal types also have ever-changing trends. So what is the latest trend? The oval engagement ring has officially become a new style!
We see these oval rings everywhere. Now that they have become a must-have in many of our designer engagement ring collections, it is no wonder that oval diamonds are becoming more and more popular. This regal round shape stretches your fingers (and maximizes the size of the carat), so you can get more impact while looking fabulous.
Kate Middleton wore the oval engagement ring for a reason, not only because it used to belong to Princess Diana. Is because the oval-cut stone exudes elegance. As long as the oval engagement ring is worn on the finger, it will have a super significant effect on the princess. If you want a long-lasting, classic, trendy ring, then an oval engagement ring is for you! Check out our favorite oval style:
1. Oval Halo Engagement Rings
If you want the oval gemstone to pop out and look more significant than the actual carat size, you can set it to the diamond halo setting. There are many different styles and sizes of oval diamond halo settings, whether you want a refined look or a top-notch look. The rings shown above are two perfect examples of oval diamond halo engagement rings. You can get a more glamorous look by adding diamonds to the rings, or a more straightforward look with ordinary engagement rings.
This oval engagement ring style attracted the fingers of Andi of The Bachelorette, and it was prevalent. Unfortunately, she did not keep her sparkler, but even a few years later inspired this gorgeous engagement style.
2. Yellow & Rose Gold Oval Engagement Rings
Choose colored metals with oval stones and break the tradition! Both gold and rose gold have become popular recently, and we don’t think they will disappear anytime soon. Nowadays, many brides-to-be are getting rid of the traditional white metal and want to call themselves something unique. If you fall into this category, then colored metal rings may be your choice. As you can see from the above, engagement ring designer Ritani mixes oval diamonds with yellow and rose gold settings very well.
3. Colored Gemstones Oval Engagement Rings
If you’re dreaming of the Kate Middleton look, combining colored gems (such as sapphires) will make you look royal. Like an oval diamond, an oval colored gemstone has a more excellent appearance while attracting the eye. Colored gems such as sapphires and rubies are prevalent alternatives to non-traditional ring options. We like colored gemstones in engagement rings because they add extra sensuality and make your ring more sensual.
4. Classic Oval Engagement Rings
When it comes to classic-style rings, you can’t go wrong. They look good on any finger and can be matched with any personal style. The two rings above Ritani are very different but show two unusual changes that have become classics.
The oval-cut French diamond “V”-shaped engagement ring is designed with a bifurcated handle, making the ring wider and making it more comfortable to wear on your finger. It is the perfect choice for people who want an oval diamond to have a significant appearance but do not want the diamond is actual size to make the ring unbalanced, especially if the finger is small.
If you like classics and traditions, your first choice must be the oval solitaire. You have nothing more classic than this! Setting an oval diamond in a single setting will make diamonds the primary concern of people, and it is also the content that everyone appreciates first.