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Have you just started engagement ring shopping with your soon-to-be fiancé? You're for sure trying to narrow down which engagement ring style is for you. It's completely impossible to narrow it down to just one, we know! Are you classic? Modern? Vintage? So. Many. Options. Lucky for you, we're here to help you take the mystery out of engagement ring trends.
One of our current favorites makes shopping for your engagement ring double the fun. We're totally crushing on two-stone engagement rings right now, and why wouldn't we be? But we aren't the only ones. Celebrity engagement rings including Emily Ratajkowski's two-stone stunner and Ariana Grande's pearl and oval-cut moment remind us why we're completely obsessed.
Meet the Expert
- Roxanna Rector is the Senior Buyer for engagement and bridal rings at Blue Nile.
- Originally a self-taught jewelry designer, Connie Hung is now the founder and creative director of Costanté.
- Nicole Wegman has blurred the distinct line between jeweler and influencer as the founder and CEO of Ring Concierge.
This style works for any engagement ring setting, personal style, or even budget. "It's all about the price of your center stones," says Roxanna Rector. Whether your engagement ring style is classic, vintage-inspired, minimal, or even unique, a two-stone engagement ring is a trend that every bride-to-be can get behind. And so can we!
Ready to take the two stone plunge? Scroll through to shop 30 of our favorite two-stone engagement rings.
Blue Nile LIGHTBOX Lab-Grown Diamond Round & Princess Bypass Ring
For a more contemporary and edgy flair, opt for a wrap-around bypass design with two different shaped stones. The choice of a white, pink, or blue diamonds truly allow the bride's personal style to take center stage. The options are endless!
The Forevermark Tribute™ Collection Two Stone Diamond Ring
An 18k rose gold half-eternity band is brought to the next level of beauty with two brilliant-cut diamonds bezel-set into place. The engagement ring can also come in 18k white or yellow gold and looks stunning paired up in a ring stack.
AristaGemsArt Two Stone Engagement Ring Princess & Round Cut Moissanite Engagement Ring
We can't get enough of this princess and round-cut moissanite engagement ring. The way in which these two opposite shaped stones complement one another is such a fresh take on the classic solitaire with a pavé band.
Angara Three Prong-Set Diamond Two Stone Ring with Milgrain Diamond Accents
Well we weren't expecting this one! A truly distinct and captivating ring is adorned with your choice of platinum, rose, yellow, or white gold. Two brilliant diamonds prominently stand individually yet together - the perfect representation of two lives joining together as one.
Angara Freshwater Pearl Two Stone Bypass Engagement Ring
Pearl engagement rings are a timeless and classic choice. The ends of the diamond-studded platinum bypass shank meet two cultured freshwater pearls on each side.
MinimalVS Galaxy Salt & Pepper Diamond Ring, 2-stone Engagement Ring
We can't get enough of this enchanting design. The galaxy-inspired stones make it hard not to stare at the intricate textures and dimensions of these salt and pepper diamonds all day long.
What to Look for When Choosing a Two-Stone Engagement Ring
Whether you decide to match or mismatch your stones, the cut of your two-stone engagement ring is a way to make a statement that reflects your own personal style. Wherever your heart may lead, there is simply no wrong choice. "Any diamond cut works for a two-stone ring, but some popular choices are rounds and pears. For those looking to sport two different cuts, some are following the lead of Emily Ratajkowski and opting for two completely different shapes - like a pear and square cut diamond set side by side," says Nicole Wegman.
Due to the naturally extravagant nature of two-stone rings, most brides opt for a minimalistic band that balances out the prominence of the stones. "These look best with a simple metal or diamond band to let the center stones stand out," explains Rector.
A gold band is a fantastic way to create a timeless yet striking contrast between the band and the stones, whereas a white gold or platinum band is a great way to emulate a more chic and polished look.
In this case, the two stones are the stars of the show. While they definitely don't have to match, be mindful to ensure that they complement one another. "A two-stone engagement ring is an avant-garde design on it's own and thus, should not be overly accessorized with diamonds. We recommend choosing stones close in size, approximately 0.5 carat apart, and matching color and clarity if possible," Connie Hung suggests.
What does a two-stone engagement ring symbolize?
Can I have two different types of stones in a two-stone engagement ring?
"Absolutely! The trend right now is actually to showcase two different diamond cuts when creating a two-stone ring," explains Wegman. "The contrast between a gemstone and diamond is a great look," Rector adds.
What settings pair best with a two-stone engagement ring?
"A two-stone engagement ring is definitely a showstopper in itself. We recommend pairing it with a dainty diamond band or even just a simple gold band," says Hung.