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Choosing the Right Wedding Rings and Engagement Rings

Choosing wedding rings and engagement ring that you love and can live with for a long time must be simple and not stressful. If you are looking for the best wedding rings and engagement rings, here are some of the top considerations that you need to keep in mind.

Shop from Reliable Stores

Nonetheless, for so many people, walking into a jewelry store may seem like going through a maze. There are potentially a lot of wrong decisions to make and so many questions to ask. Be certain that you start your engagement ring shopping recommendations from the people that you trust. If they do not have any referrals, check out industry organization affiliation. Stores accredited by the Jewelers of America or members of the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) are a great place to start. Sometimes large, popular chains have good options and offer sales. Be certain that you are aware of what the store’s return policy is. You have to at least be able to exchange the stone if it’s not the one she likes.
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Select a Gemstone
A Quick Rundown of Jewelry

You may already be aware that the typical engagement ring style has a center diamond, however, you may not know whether or not your girlfriend wants that style or wants something more special. Keep in mind that nearly 90% of engagement rings feature a diamond, and sapphires are the second most common engagement ring gemstone. If your fiance’s taste runs to the non-conventional, then she may like an option besides a diamond or sapphire engagement ring–but looking at the numbers, a diamond or sapphire is quite a good option.

Identify the Size

Majority of people almost never take their wedding band off. You wear them through summer, winter, exercise, pregnancy and even days when your fingers may swell and contract caused by the heat, cold, water retention and weight gain. To be sure that you have the size that will sufficiently acclimate to all these changes, make certain that you do the final fitting when you are relaxed and your body temperature is normal.

Understand Your Personal Preferences

When it comes to finding engagement rings and wedding rings, a lot of people believe that they should stick with what is recommended for their skin tone. This means that gold should be for people with warm undertones, and silver or platinum for those with cool undertones. However, when you think about it, that is just too limiting. The best thing to do is to not inundate your skin tone with too much of one thing. Choose what you like and what works for you.