For a ring selfie that's just as unique and colorful as the bride wearing it!
For an engagement ring you'll love as much 10 years from now as you do today, opt for a traditional style that is truely timeless.
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Wedding rings are finally getting their close-up! Get inspired by these ring photo ideas that showcase real couples' bridal bling on their wedding days.
Solitaire or pavé, white gold or yellow, a round-cut engagement ring is a classic choice for any bride-to-be.
Rev up the romance with this crimson-hued gemstone on your bridal bling.
Bling it on! Circle your center stone with a twinkling diamond halo.
The secret to choosing your perfect wedding band is all in the details.
Your engagement ring is a reflection of your personal style.
Take a cue from your favorite celebs—Blake Lively, Halle Berry, and Carrie Underwood and of course, Kate Middleton—and mix things up with a colorful center stone sparkler.
Ready for the ring? Then make sure you (and he!) know exactly what you want.
Love the look of Kim Kardashian's cushion-cut sparkler? Here, 20 similar styles.
Let your imagination go, despite keeping a firm grip on your wallet. Each of these 3-carat+ engagement rings are meant to inspire, not intimidate.
Pump up the sparkle with a setting studded in tiny gems. They make your center stone look bigger, too!
There's a reason this cut is called princess—from sophisticated solitaires to glitzy pavé halos, these square-cut sparklers are royally stunning.
About to get engaged? These lust-worthy rings are sure to put a big smile on your face—and they don't cost a penny over $10,000!
Go green this holiday season and sport an elegant emerald, tsavorite, or green tourmaline ring on your finger.
Your engagement ring and wedding band should complement one another without feeling too matchy-matchy. Here are ten pairings we think work well together and tips for picking your own unique combination.
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