3 Engagement Ring Trends That Spiked Because of Celebrities

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There are engagement rings, and then there are celebrity engagement rings. A-listers tend to get engaged with some of the biggest and most unique diamonds and for that reason, their rings are in a league of their own. Simply entertaining the price of these infamous celebrity rings can make most of us break a sweat (Blake Lively's stunning 12-carat oval-cut bauble is valued at approximately $2 million), but that definitely doesn't stop us from gleaning inspiration.

In fact, a handful of these famous diamonds have single-handedly sparked engagement ring trends and caused a massive spike in purchases inspired by the real deal. According to Olivia Landau, who's a fourth-generation gemologist and founder and CEO of The Clear Cut, there are three celebrity engagement rings in particular that have influenced more ring purchases than any others.

Curious to find out which stars own these mega-influential diamonds? Keep scrolling to read about each celeb and why their ring had (or continues to have) such an impactful affect.

Blake Lively: Oval-Shaped Diamonds

"Although Blake Lively was engaged a few years ago, her engagement ring has single-handedly started the biggest trend in bridal! Before Blake, the demand for oval diamonds just not there. Ever since her oval diamond on a thing three-row pave band hit the scene, the demand for oval diamonds has only gotten stronger. People love the oval shape because it is feminine and finger flattering. Oval diamonds show their carat weight well and take up a nice amount of real estate on the finger. Who doesn’t love that?"

Shop oval rings:

Material Good Oval Cut Solitaire Engagement Ring ($40000)

Bloomingdale's Oval Diamond Engagement Ring in 14K White Gold ($1600)

Tiffany & Co. Oval-Cut Diamond Engagement Ring in Platinum ($21600)

Bloomingdale's Oval Yellow & White Diamond Ring in 18K Yellow & White Gold ($4320)

Tacori Simply Tacori Ring ($3190)

Emily Ratajkowski: Toi et Moi

"Emily’s two stone engagement ring featuring an off-kilter pear-shaped diamond next to a princess cut diamond has created a ton of demand for the two diamond or toi et moi style engagement rings. Many people are always searching for a way to make their engagement rings unique and different from their friends, and the toi et moi style definitely delivers. We have done many toi et moi styles using one heirloom diamond and one new diamond, toi et moi styles with negative space in between and some touching like Emily’s, and toi et mois with diamonds and colored stone pairings. What is so great about the two-stone style, is that each pairing is can be unique and special to each person."

Shop toi et moi rings:

Wouters & Hendrix Gold 18kt Yellow And White Gold Toi Et Moi' Diamond Ring ($6087)

Melissa Joy Manning Spinel and Oregon Sunstone Ring ($1850)

Messika My Twin Toi & Moi 18-Karat White Gold Diamond Ring ($10390)

De Grisogono Toi & Moi 18-karat Rose Gold, Diamond and Opal Ring ($7400)

Jennie Kwon Lexie Emerald Ring ($980)

Meghan Markle: Three-Stone Rings

"Meghan’s three stone ring featuring a cushion-cut center and round brilliant side stones have definitely made three stone engagement rings more popular. Although I have not seen demand for her exact style of three stone rings, we have definitely seen an uptick for the three-stone style in general. Three stone rings are a great way to achieve a larger look!"

Shop three-stone rings:

Ila Trilogy Diamond Ring ($4378)

Ceremony Three-Stone Round Ring ($12950)

Catbird Wedding Violette the Swan, Supreme ($8500)

Sofia Zakia Pleiades Ring ($2330)

Brilliant Earth 18K Yellow Gold Selene Diamond Ring ($990)

Next up: Your Guide to the Engagement Ring Trends That Are In and Out for 2020.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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