Instagram is one of our favorite sources for bridal inspiration, especially when it comes to all things engagement rings. Whether you're in the market for a diamond sparkler or want to drop some hints, look no further than the 'Gram for some serious inspo. We've rounded up a handful of jewelers who specialize in lust-worthy engagement rings. You can find us double-tapping every photo and video that pops up in our feed from these accounts. Trust us, you'll want to start following these accounts stat.
Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Heidi Gibson got her start in ring design when her original engagement ring was lost in a house fire. She seized the opportunity to create a new ring for herself, now known as the Gatsby piece, and has been designing stunning pieces ever since.
Follow @heidigibsondesigns on Instagram here.
The Clear Cut
If the folks over at The Clear Cut know one thing it's diamonds—and how to create an envy-inducing Instagram feed). Founded by fourth generation diamond expert Olivia Landau and her husband, Kyle Simon, all of their rings are bespoke and made in New York City.
Follow @theclearcut on Instagram here.
For the less flashy and more minimal brides-to-be, Jennie Kwon is the account for you. Known for her delicate designs, Kwon's pieces and tiny and timeless, yet full of intricate detail. In a world full of shiny diamonds and larger-than-life rocks, this Instagram because a much-need dose of elegant and sophisticated simplicity.
Follow @jenniekwondesigns on Instagram here.
The Carat Club
If you're not sure exactly what your engagement ring style is, you'll want to follow The Carat Club ASAP. As an online engagement ring gallery, this account pulls ring selfies from all kinds jewelers so each post comes with a new surprise. They also regram plenty of proposal content in case you ever need help dropping hints to your S.O.
Follow @thecaratclub on Instagram here.
NYC-based jewelry designer Stephanie Gottlieb may have perfected the art of stacking, but brides-to-be will swoon over her classic-meets-modern aesthetic. Her specialty is creating custom engagement rings, but her SG Fine jewelry line is not to be missed. Her feed is also filled with tips for finding the perfect ring and, oh, you know, the occasional 700-plus carat diamond.
Follow @stephaniegottlieb on Instagram here.
If romantic and timeless is what you want your ring to evoke, look no further than the San Francisco–based folks at Trabert Goldsmiths. We can always count on this Instagram account to get a look at oval-shaped diamonds, delicate bands, and some of the most beautiful under-$5,000 sparklers around.
Follow @trabertgoldsmiths on Instagram here.
Trumpet & Horn
The husband and wife team behind Trumpet & Horn specializes in finding couples a one-of-a-kind piece that's as special as the proposal itself. The L.A.-based brand's feed is filled with a curated assortment of vintage engagement rings you can conveniently shop online. (The brand also offers free shipping, returns, and ring sizing—score!)
Follow @trumpetandhorn on Instagram here.
Lauren B Jewelry
Sparkle is the name of the game on Lauren B Jewelry's feed. Almost every video is a stunning close-up of the latest custom creation from the NYC-based jeweler. However, the standouts are the short videos detailing the ins and outs of diamonds, including this one about Harro Gem moissanite.
Follow @laurenbjewelry on Instagram here.
Using a mix of unexpected materials—like champagne diamonds, moonstone, and quartz—Anna Sheffield is known for appealing to the bride looking for something traditional with a cool edge. This Instagram page is chock-full of the dreamiest rings that are the perfect juxtaposition of feminine yet unconventional.
Follow @annasheffield on Instagram here.
Sophisticated, antique-inspired designs are aplenty on Nicole Wegman's Ring Concierge Instagram page. The NYC-based private jeweler's signature ring boasts an old-mine-cut or old-European-cut diamond, which you'll fall for as soon as it pops up in her feed.
Follow @ringconcierge on Instagram here.