Hailey and Rishil
When it comes to dreamy engagement rings, there’s just one metal that has us weak in the knees lately: rose gold. The unexpected hue makes for a modern, endlessly romantic aesthetic (and, honestly, who doesn’t love a diamond set in pink?). While we admit we’ve never met a rose gold engagement ring we didn’t like, we do happen to have our favorites—and we’ve rounded them up for you below. Read on for our top ten picks.
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If your partner likes all things timeless, fairy-tale-worthy and oh-so pretty in pink, this rose gold petite pave engagement ring might just speak her language. We especially love how the french-cut center stone is thoughtfully designed to sparkle from all angles.
We’re swooning over the storied aesthetic of this intricate, vintage-inspired rose gold engagement ring. The eternity-style band offers the perfect setting for the partner who wants a band that sparkles but isn’t seeking pave.
If you’re seeking something modern but still swoon-worthy, this emerald cut split-shank engagement ring might just make you weak in the knees. We’re obsessed with the horizontal setting of the center stone—it adds an unexpected, updated touch to the classic emerald-cut diamond, while the split-shank band remains as timeless as ever.
If your partner wants a ring that’s timeless without feeling dated or overtly vintage, this three stone emerald and pave engagement ring serves up a stunning solution. We especially love how the pave band adds even more head-turning sparkle to the three-stone center.
The only thing we might love more than a classic halo? A stunning bezel-set halo. We’re obsessed with this pave crown bezel engagement ring and can’t get enough of the streamlined, but still stunning, aesthetic. We especially love that it offers an unexpected, updated take on the classic halo ring.
This dreamy rose gold twisted pave engagement ring is perfect for the partner who wants a band that stands out without overpowering the center stone. We love that the twisted band offers an elevated take on the classic pave style while the setting of the center stone ensures it remains front and, well, center.
If there’s one cut that always makes us weak in the knees, it’s an oval diamond. We love its timeless, simple aesthetic—and the vertical stone shape is especially stunning on those with longer fingers. When it comes to oval cut rose gold engagement rings, then, our favorite happens to be this pave halo engagement ring that serves up all of the feels.
If your partner likes sharp lines and is seeking that classic mirrored-surface look in an engagement ring, this tapered baguette emerald cut rose gold ring is likely right up her alley. The addition of a stunning halo adds even more depth and dimension to the already-striking tapered cut center stone.
The only thing more head-turning than one halo? Two. If your partner is all about the sparkle and shine, you can’t go wrong with this split-shank double halo rose gold engagement ring. PRO TIP: Two halos is a great way to add surface area to a smaller center stone for those who want maximum impact on a smaller budget.
If your partner wants to elevate a timeless three-stone engagement ring with a little more sparkle and shine, she might just love the pave diamonds that surround each of the three emerald-cut center stones on this dreamy rose gold engagement ring.
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Know your partner wants rose gold but not sure where to start when it comes to the cut and style? We’ve got you covered—learn more about engagement ring diamond cuts and shapes here.
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