Monday, August 27, 2018

How To Pick Out an Engagement Ring

If you’re a musician, you’d never walk out on a stage without knowledge of your set, and if you’re in the market for a computer, you’d never buy one without doing at least some background homework, right? Well, then, would you buy an engagement ring without knowing more or less what she wants? 
Other than setting a budget and creating a special plan for popping that important question, a full understanding of her style, personality, and jewellery preferences in general, are sure to make the entire ring-buying process so much easier. There are a few subtle cues you can use, too, when it comes to working out what type of ring she has her heart set on.

1.    Peek into Her Jewellery Box

The best place to start trying to figure out what she wants is an obvious one – take a look through her jewellery box. Scour her collecting of earrings, rings, and necklaces. Chances are, you’re sure to find a consistent colour scheme, design, and even diamond sizes and cuts that fit perfectly with her taste, style, and personality. You might find a morganite engagement ring rose gold. Does she seem to favour square diamonds? Perhaps she prefers rectangles or pears? Are her pieces chunky and bold, or is she more into dainty and understated? Which metal does she like the most?

2.    Size Counts

Think of her engagement ring as though it is a piece of clothing. You’d never buy her a skirt or shirt two sizes too big or two sizes too small, and the same goes for diamond sizes and cuts. You can refer to her jewellery box in this case, and also take a look at the wide selection of matching wedding bands his and hers for ideas.

3.    Carry Out a Subtle Survey

Chances are, the second you ask her a question about diamonds, engagement rings, or anything silver or gold, she’s going to figure out what you are up to. But, there are a couple of subtle ways to try and extract the information that you need to help narrow down your options. For instance, if she’s getting ready for a night out, offer a few jewellery suggestions and see how she reacts. If you have friends that have recently gotten engaged, ask her what she thinks of the ring.

4.    Listen Carefully

You probably already know that communication is the cornerstone of a relationship. So, while it may be the first time you’re shopping for an engagement ring, it’s probably not the first time you’ve hear her discuss such things. Listening can go a long way towards finding the best ring such as a turquoise engagement ring for your future fiancĂ©e. 

Once you have managed to decode her preferences and style, it’s time to begin shopping for an engagement ring. Remember, you are going to come across a plethora of metals, sizes, features, and wedding sets, so arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible to ensure you get her dream ring and the best value for your money.


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