June 3, 2013

An Engagement Ring To Suit Her Personality

Every woman is different and finding her the perfect engagement ring to suit her can be a tricky task for anyone wanting to pop the question.

Is she traditional?

At heart is she the kind of girl who wants a big white church family wedding, house, kids and even the pet dog? Then if you know she wants something more traditional then a solitaire diamond is a must. Solitaire is a round shape, singular stone which can have various settings, sizes and styles but sticking to this elegant dazzling shape will be exactly what she wants.

Is she a Princess?

The clue here is in the name, the princess cut is a square cut diamond usually a 4 claw setting or rub-over that is does not dazzle as much as the solitaire but it is usually a little bigger and more elegant. It is a sophisticated shape for a lady of taste who wants something a little more regal.

Is she a bold beauty?

For a woman who likes things bigger the baguette or Emerald cut is rectangular in shape and is a statement shape. Angelina Jolie and Marilyn Monroe both had this shape on their engagement rings so if you wife to be loves Hollywood glamour and style this is the shape for her.

Is she a little bit different?

So your finance to be has her own style, she likes to keep things different and never wants the normal boring everyday things or maybe you just can see how unique she is? Try a different shape like an oval, pear, heart or marquise shaped stone. You may want to look into a different stone too or get something custom-made to show her exactly how you feel and how well you know her.

Author Bio:

Rebecca works part-time for Samara James rings who provide an exquisite range of diamond engagement rings to suit any woman. They have a custom design facility to suit those looking for something truly one off. Rebecca really enjoys helping people find their perfect engagement ring and helping them decide which one will suit their special lady.

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