Ring trends change every year. Jewelry has always been the shortest cut to a girl’s heart. Well, in that case here is your ultimate guide to the best engagement rings 2022. Each of these beautifully handcrafted rings art will make her heart melt. Make her say ‘yes’!
Oval-Cut Engagement Rings
Oval-shaped gemstones make rings look both feminine and sophisticated. It's no wonder that they are among the top jewelry trends of 2022. In particular, oval cut diamonds embody an image of style and grace. Their graceful curves allow the stone to sparkle even brighter, be it solitaire or a halo setting.
These dazzling stones speak for themselves. The oval cut gemstone reminds a of a certain smoothness. It is said that this unique diamond shape represents a life of grace. It also makes your fingers look more elongated and slender!
14K White Gold Halo Oval Diamond Wedding Ring Set
14K White Gold Halo Oval Diamond Bridal Ring Set
Bezel Set Engagement Rings
The bezel setting is one of the most popular engagement ring trends due to its simple style. This makes the bezel setting popular due to its minimalist and delicate aesthetic. Wearing multiple bands with different designs on the same finger is also a major jewelry trend in 2022. With the bezel's rising popularity, there’s no reason you can’t apply this fashionable look to a bridal ring!
18K Yellow Gold Bezel Diamond Ring
Three-Stone Engagement Rings
Amongst the most popular rings of 2021 was Paris Hilton and her three-stone emerald-cut diamond; a huge moment in the cultural zeitgeist that is likely to influence a bride or two when picking out their own style this year. Paris' ring was timeless and stunning. We envision three-stone rings as a top engagement ring trend in 2022 because they are unique and great conversation starters. Embrace the flexibility this style has to offer and pick your favorite diamond cuts and colors to make one unique ring.
14K Yellow Gold Three Diamond Ring
Unique Engagement Rings
If you like to feel unique, and you are looking for a ring that is truly one-of-a-kind, you need a unique style ring to match. Alternative bridal designs are contemporary and fun. It is a reflection of the bride’s unique style. Why not consider a wide band with accent gemstones or engraving?
In 2022, it's not totally necessary to buy a traditional engagement ring with a traditional center diamond. There are many ways to get creative with alternative fashion trends that still have plenty of sparkles. Browse our non-traditional designs for a look that’s personal and chic to find a ring that fits you.
14K White Gold Halo Scallop Diamond Ring
14K White Gold Diamond Clustered Ring
Toi Et Moi Engagement Rings
Among the more romantic engagement ring trends is Toi et Moi (French for “you and me"). The style is characterized by two complementary gemstones, often with a coil silhouette, and dates back to the 1796 marriage of Napoleon and Josephine. The symbolism of two gemstones coming together as one is well-suited for the sentimental couple, and it’s another engagement ring trend that we predict will remain a popular choice throughout 2022.
Non-Diamond Engagement Rings
As tides shift away from the classic diamond solitaire or halo diamond style engagement rings, couples are looking for alternatives to the traditional style that everyone has.
2022 is all about uniqueness, and one of the most popular trends for 2022 are non-diamond engagement rings. This is the evolution of the non-traditional engagement ring trend. We are seeing more brides select non-diamond gemstones. Moissanite is the most popular example of a less expensive, more brilliant gemstone that is similar in look to a diamond. The second most popular non-diamond gemstone? The sapphire.
14K White Gold Halo Diamond and Blue Topaz Engagement Ring
14K White Gold Halo Diamond and Emerald Engagement Ring
14K White Gold Halo Diamond and Pink Corundum Engagement Ring
At Jewelry Design Gallery of East Windsor, we’re here to help you navigate the expansive and exhilarating world of jewelry. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by our expert team. If you have any questions, please call 609-371-1800.