Blake Lively's "Mrs." Ring Is Perfect for Brides-to-Be — Here's Where to Get It!
By Jamie Cuccinelli. Photos: Getty, Courtesy of Alison Lou.
We may still be obsessing over Blake Lively's engagement ring after all these years, but it's the actress' new bridal bling that has caught out eye. Lively let her "Mrs." status be known with a new piece of gold jewelry that we're seriously crushing over. And if you're about to tie the knot and add a "Mrs." to your name, we're betting you will be too! Here's where you can score the bridal bling for yourself. (If you can afford it, that is...)
In 2012, the world was gifted the adorableness that is the Blake Lively/Ryan Reynolds duo—and Lively was gifted an epic engagement ring that sent our jaws straight to the floor. Lively's ring, designed by celebrity jeweler Lorraine Schwartz, features a large oval-cut center stone in a pretty, pink hue and tiny pave stones sitting on the spilt shank, rose gold band. Later, Lively's rose gold wedding band—also by Schwartz—completed the look.
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However, in a recent Instagram post, neither of those sparklers were on Lively's finger. But no need to panic! The woman is still definitely a "Mrs." Need proof? Just check out the ring she is wearing! See the Instagram here.
In the snapshot Lively just posted to the 'Gram, the star is seen rocking a gold ring that reads "Mrs. R" in pretty, loopy scroll and features a teeny tiny diamond stone. Super cute, right?!
While we're thinking there's quite few ladies out there who wouldn't mind being this particular "Mrs. R," no matter what your new monogram is, this pretty bling comes personalized to you in every letter of the alphabet.
According to People magazine, the ring comes from designer Alison Lou and is available in three shades of gold—14K white gold, yellow gold and rose gold—and with five different colored stones. Does a more perfect wedding gift or anniversary present even exist?!
You can score the bridal-like bling here—for a cool $950. Yikes... Perhaps you can trim your wedding budget a little? Your bridesmaids don't really need bouquets, do they?
This story originally appeared on Brides.
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