Dainty Engagement Rings for the Minimalist Soonlywed
We’re in full engagement season mode and the amount of ring bling that has filled our feed has left us with serious heart eyes. One big trend that we’re seeing? Dainty rings.
Couples are swapping big diamonds for thin bands and smaller stones, without sacrificing style. Loving this minimalist look for your own finger? Check out 10 of our favorites:
For the soonlywed who wants just a kiss of bling, this pretty solitaire from Rosey West is for you. The diamond’s delicate cut imitates the narrowing spiral of petals in a rosebud and is set on a modern, thin halo of gold. Starting price: $330
Greenwich St. Jewelers has brought applauded British designer Polly Wales stateside, and we can’t get enough of her “rough luxe” aesthetic. Starting price: $1,000
The Challis Farm ring by Trumpet & Horn featured a single bezel set diamond in a gorgeous hammered rose gold setting and looks gorgeous with a round or marquise cut. Starting price: $4,600
Colored gemstone engagement rings are rising in popularity, and we love this pretty blue sapphire stone paired with a simple band and textured halo from Etsy designer Minimal VS. Starting price: $530
Designed to mimic stars, this asymmetrical beauty from Catbird also taps into the celestial trend that we’re seeing for 2018 weddings. Starting price: $1,388
The architectural band gives this diamond from Sarah & Sebastian a modern edge. Starting price: $450
The single baguette cut on this ring by Susie Saltzman is giving us serious vintage vibes. Starting price: $1,250
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