Four Trends In Celebrity Engagement Rings

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Four Trends In Celebrity Engagement Rings
Experts from JamesAllen.com weigh in on celebrity engagement ring trends sweeping the world

Guess Chelsea Clinton's beau has good taste when it comes to the latest engagement ring trends. He, too, gave the former first daughter what looks like to be an Asscher-cut ring on a platinum setting.

Asscher-cuts were popular back then and have no signs of stopping. 

 

Pave Your Way

Did you see Khloe Kardashian's engagement ring which she showed off the beauty during an appearance with sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian on The View? The piece is a 12.5 radiant cut diamond engagement ring worth $850,000. What makes it extra special though is its pave band, which is just as sparkly as its diamond center. That's because pave means that the setting is literally "paved" with diamonds.

Pave settings are highly glitzy so it's completely believable that celebs are getting them, but it appears the general female public, too, wants to feel the glamour on the day their boyfriends pop the question and so they too anticipate diamond pave settings as the next big engagement ring trendsetter.

Just Like In The Movies

Disney movie characters have become stars in their own right and so has their jewelry. Thus, it's not surprising that jewelers like Kristie Kelly have come out with Disney-inspired engagement rings and wedding bands based on the Disney princesses we hold dear to our hearts. Characters like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Jasmine from Aladdin, and Belle from Beauty and The Beast inspired their own aptly named stunners that the public is eating up.

They're not the only movie stars that have inspired exquisite engagement ring trends. Robert Pattinson's Twilight character Edward Cullen gave Kristen Stewart's character Bella Swan a Twilight engagement ring, which was designed by the Infinite Jewelry Co. Now you can buy your own oval-shaped, diamond-encrusted Twilight engagement ring which was designed by Twilight author Stephanie Meyer and the Infinite Jewelry Co. for just $2000. The jewelry company also has two other lower-priced version retailing at $479 and $35. The ring matches the one Meyer described in the series. Twilight itself is major right now so it's no surprise that an engagement ring mentioned in the books would inspire an engagement ring trend the world can't get enough of! Next up, a Twilight wedding on the big screen.

 
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