Engagement Ring Style Guide

Your Quick Visual Reference

You've got "The One" and you've got the nerve. Buying the engagement ring should be the easy part, right?

But walking into a jewelry store can be overwhelming. Where to begin!? Before you set out to shop, start your search here — with a visual guide to common ring terms — and you'll be better prepared to find the ring that fits their dreams (and your budget).

A white gold engagement band with a solitaire round cut center stone Solitaire

One single, sparkling diamond — impressive and always in style.

A yellow gold engagement band with numerous diamonds leading to a single emerald cut center stone Solitaire with Side Accents

Everybody loves a little extra bling on the side.

A platinum engagement band with numerous smaller diamonds surrounding a marquise cut center stone Halo

Smaller diamonds circle the center stone — a brilliant embrace.

A yellow gold channel engagement band with a princess cut center stone Channel

Read between the lines — the ideal place for added stones.

A rose gold pavé engagement band with an oval cut center stone Pavé

Small diamonds set together in one solid path of sparkle.

A set of platinum wedding bands with a round cut center stone Bridal Sets

The perfect engagement ring meets your ideal wedding band.

A white gold engagement band with three princess cut center stones Three Stone

Your past, present, and future in one stunning ring.

A white and rose gold composite engagement band with a pear cut center stone Composite

Diamonds that work together to appear as one single, larger stone.

A rose gold split shank engagement ring band with a radiant cut center stone Split Shank

Engagement rings with a twist — where two become one.

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