Have you already found someone to spend your whole lifetime with for better or for worse? Do you feel like it is the perfect time to take your relationship to another level – tying the knot? Well, one of the most important first decisions you should make is finding the perfect engagement ring for your partner. This could be very bewildering since there are too many designs available out there and you could not be so sure if the ring you have selected will match the taste of your fiancée. Fortunately, you can complement the ring with the personality of your recipient. How? The list below will help you decide which diamond cut fits your partner best.
Pear Diamond Ring
This is commonly known as teardrop because, well, it looks like one. This can help wide fingers look slimmer. It is a combination of oval and marquise styles. This will fit women who are leaders and those who want to take in charge. Also, they can manifest even-temperateness and adaptability.
Marquise Diamond Ring
Due to its shape, this type of diamond cut appears larger than it usually is and this helps maximize the weight of the carat. The term ‘marquise’ itself originated from Marquise de Pompadour and it may mean that you are a seductress. It can also mean you are extrovert, outgoing, and you are ready to lead.
Oval Diamond Ring
An oval cut ring is a very sparkling one. If you have this ring, it can mean that you are very elegant and sophisticated. Other than that, this type of ring also shows a timeless style and can also mean that you are very creative and willing to take therisk.
Heart Diamond Ring
The heart shape has been a symbol of love and devotion. If you have this ring, it can mean that you are romantic, loving, and sentimental. If your partner gives you a heart diamond ring, he is telling the world how much he loves you and that you are already taken.
Radiant Diamond Ring
This looks like an emerald-cut stone but the sides allow it to sparkle more. Since they sparkle more, the wearer is likely to show off what they got. Expect to have a splendid wedding with no expense to spare for this girl. Radiant shapes also radiate beauty and may mean a partner who stays true to her words.
Cushion Diamond Ring
It gets its name from its round corners and curved sides. It can appear softer than a princess cut-diamond although it is not as circular as the latter. Like the heart cut diamond, the wearer of this cushion diamond is very romantic. Because of this trait, they prefer dinner with candle lights, soft and romantic furnishing, and a sweet wedding singer. It can also mean that the wearer is organized and daring.
Emerald Diamond Ring
If you are a minimalist this type of ring will be the best for you or for your partner. Wearer of this ring is cool and elegant. A monochrome gown with a beautiful bouquet will match this ring. Because this ring is vulnerable to flaws, the wearer of this should have a lot of confidence.
Princess Diamond Ring
It is a four-pointed-corner-cut which can manifest sophistication and elegance. Like the name of the cut, the wearer of this ring always expects to be treated as a princess and should be regarded with utmost respect. Expect the wedding to be very traditional but can still go along with most modern trends.
A Round Diamond Ring
This is the most popular shape. According to statistics, 70% of all diamond sold in the market is the round cut diamond. A timeless ring for a simple and classic girl who is very traditional too. It means, she may prefer classic weddings. It can also mean that the wearer is trustworthy and easygoing in nature. The ring sparkles like none other and this will show off the inner sparkle of the wearer.
Vintage Diamond Ring
Vintage diamond ring wearers are free to style type of people. They are most likely willing to try anything and nothing can stop them to be different. Additionally, pretty much, theweareris someone who loves to go against the standard and still very carefree because she is used to shocking people with herrare choices.
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