Listening To Your Engagement Ring

How Your Personality Is Revealed Through Your Choice Of Ring Part

Is your style a little different from the rest? Or do you just have to follow the trend always? Does ageless elegance mean anything to you? Or is edgy more of your thing? What is your engagement ring’s opinion on this? Find out right here:

Listening To Your Engagement RingOval Cut
Similar to the round brilliant in more ways than one, the oval cut boasts perfect symmetry. Brides who choose the oval cut generally have small hands or short fingers and it looks fantastic on them.

Cushion Cut
You are uber-romantic. You were just waiting for your prince charming to come and sweep you off your feet weren’t you? Well, he’s here now and you have picked a cushion cut diamond engagement ring. How could you not? After all, it used to be the most popular cut in en era of romance and style.

Pear Cut
It’s a hybrid cut and unique shape. It speaks volumes of the charm and radiance that are such an integral part of your personality. Did you know that this one is considered among the more interesting of diamond cuts?

Heart Cut
Oh yes! You’ve chosen the heart cut. Need we say more? You are emotional, sensitive, thoughtful and full of love. Saying that a man would be lucky to have you in his life is an understatement.

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