Engagement ring inspiration

by SheKnows
Mar 27, 2013 at 4:44 a.m. ET
A subtle solitaire engagement ring is a great starting point. We love the diamond band of this "Romance" ring from Jack Kelége.

1 /9: Criss cross designs

1/9 :Criss cross designs

He crosses his heart and promises to love you forever, why not show that on your ring? This criss cross band design is a unique twist that compliments the timeless pavé setting.

2 /9: Sweet solitaire

2/9 :Sweet solitaire

There's something sweet about a traditional solitaire engagement ring. No fuss, just a simple statement of love.

3 /9: A modern twist

3/9 :A modern twist

If you're a bride with contemporary tastes, this ring is for you. The center diamond is complemented by a band of an lowered diamonds. It's a great look for the modern bride

4 /9: Show your style

4/9 :Show your style

Engagement rings make a statement about your love, so why not make it a stylist statement. This square setting is an exceptional style for an engagement ring.

5 /9: Soleste style

5/9 :Soleste style

You really can't go wrong with an engagement ring designed by the Tiffany's team. We particularly love this soleste setting surrounded by two rows of diamonds. It's just pure beauty.

6 /9: Three stone setting

6/9 :Three stone setting

The romantic three stone setting represents your past, present and future together and that's why we love it. The cascading diamond detail along the band of this ring makes it one of our absolute favorites.

7 /9: Yellow gold band

7/9 :Yellow gold band

Sophistication and style are the two words that come to mind when we look at this beautiful yellow gold princess-cut engagement ring from Neil Lane Bridal. It has the glamour of old Hollywood and would look great on any bride who appreciates vintage style.

8 /9: Dynamic design

8/9 :Dynamic design

More modern style! Four round diamonds make up the center square of this unique setting.

9 /9: Pear shaped diamond

9/9 :Pear shaped diamond

Do something different with your engagement ring. We love the pear shape of the diamond in this setting. The double row of diamonds surrounding the center adds just the right amount of drama.