This halo style engagement ring features a rectangular halo with a 1 carat emerald cut center diamond and 0.87 carats total weight of round brilliant accent diamonds.

Is a rose gold engagement ring right for you?

As you shop for an engagement ring, there are many decisions to make— from her style, to your budget, and other preferences. There are many different metals to choose from when shopping for an engagement ring.

How Can You Tell Which Metal is Right for You?

There are a few ways to get an idea for what your fiancée may like in an engagement ring, including:

  • Look through her current jewelry collection to see what kind of metal features in most of her favorite pieces. Is there something that she likes to wear daily, or always wears on special occasions? Matching the metal of these frequently worn pieces is a safe bet and will allow the engagement ring to match nicely with them.
  • Take inspiration from her favorite celebrities or rings you’ve seen her admire on family or friends.
  • Ask a trusted person who knows her well, like her mom, sister or best friend, for advice. Make sure this person is trustworthy, or you run the risk of ruining the surprise!
  • Ask her directly. While the proposal is traditionally a surprise, more modern couples are having open and direct conversations about what they want in a proposal. if you know your future bride has discerning taste, she may welcome the chance to give some input. Many couples shop for engagement rings together to ensure that the rings they end up wearing for many years suit them.
This 18 karat gold halo style engagement ring features a 1 carat round brilliant center diamond and .75 carats total weight of round brilliant diamonds set with U shaped prongs.

Ready for a Rose Gold Engagement Ring?

Rose gold is a mixture of yellow gold, copper and silver. The copper gives it a redded color than yellow gold naturally has. The silver helps to tone down the redness of the copper, achieving a subtle pink shade. No one knows exactly who came up with the idea of adding copper to gold, but it is believed that rose gold first became popular in Russia at the beginning of the 19th century. Rose gold is often referred to as “Russian gold.”

14 Karat Gold Asscher Diamond Solitaire Ring Featuring a 2.00 Carat Asscher Cut Diamond.

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