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The ultimate sign of commitment, an engagement ring is the single most important piece of jewelry most people will ever buy. These rings come in many styles, from the simple solitaire to the extravagant double halo design. The most popular engagement rings feature white diamonds, though other stones such as colored diamonds, sapphires, topaz, and morganite are also popular. Because it will be worn all the time, an engagement ring should be chosen to reflect the tastes and style of the wearer.
Wedding bands are designed to be worn alongside the engagement ring after the marriage ceremony. Wedding bands may be plain or highly detailed, and are often contoured to fit neatly against your engagement ring without being awkward on your finger. For those who prefer a more subtle look, a wider wedding band can stand alone.
Bridal sets allow you to purchase both the engagement ring and wedding band at the same time. Buying the rings as a set rather than individually ensures a perfect match between the engagement ring and wedding band so the style and fit complement each other.
Men’s wedding bands are typically worn after the wedding, though many men choose to wear their rings soon after the engagement. These bands can be chosen to match the bride’s wedding band, or they may reflect the unique style of the groom. Men’s wedding bands use traditional metals like gold and silver, but also move into more unique materials such as ceramic, cobalt, titanium, and tungsten, which may be better suited to the groom’s lifestyle.