If you're a bride-to-be looking for an engagement ring that expresses your personal pizzazz and fashion-forward sensibility, then you may want to start your search by reviewing some of the "over-the-top" designs featured in today's blog posting.
While natural colored diamonds are often seen in pink, yellow or blue, other varieties – including orange, green and grey – are strikingly beautiful and far from the ordinary.
Recently, Glamour blogger Kim Fusaro published a collection of engagement ring styles that challenge the conventional wisdom of what an engagement ring should look like. The rings below were designed by an Israeli company, Seren Diamond, but we encourage you to use this as a guide and contact us about other colorful options and variations on these themes.
Emerald-cut 2.58-carat fancy light pink diamond accented by white diamonds. Pear-shape 1.38-carat fancy gray-blue diamond with trillion side diamonds.
Radiant-cut 3.02-carat fancy intense yellow diamond with trapeze side stones. Radiant-cut 0.94-carat fancy intense green diamond framed with pink diamonds and accented with white diamonds on the band.
Round 0.92-carat fancy yellowish-green center diamond with fancy vivid yellow-orange and fancy intense greenish-yellow side diamonds; white and pink diamond accents. Marquise-cut 3.11-carat fancy intense yellow-orange diamond with fancy deep grayish-yellowish-green "Chameleon" diamond side stones and white diamond accents.
1.88-carat fancy deep grayish-blue oval diamond framed with small pink diamonds and adorned with larger white diamonds. Pear-shape 4.06-carat fancy intense orangy-pink diamond, with pear-shape fancy intense blue side diamonds.