You Had Me At "Halo".

You Had Me At "Halo".

Dec 7, 2017

If you’re a hopeful bride-to-be or a sneaky groom-to-be, chances are you’ve done some ring browsing. With so many options to choose from, from solitaire to three stone to vintage, it’s normal to become a little overwhelmed. However, halo is always a popular contender and has gradually gotten more and more common in every jewelry store over the years. So give the browsing a break, and let’s look at what the halo design really has to offer.


A halo design refers to a style in which the center stone is embellished with a surrounding collection of smaller stones. In doing so, in what may be a smaller diamond can appear over twice as large with the additional benefit of an intense, high sparkle – and believe me, they give you the biggest bling for your buck. When viewing a diamond halo engagement ring, you will be able to achieve remarkable brilliance without breaking the bank. Now, if you’re the type that isn’t necessarily concerned about size or sparkle and are more concerned about the longevity of your ring, we have good news for you! The halo style actually provides quite a bit of protection to your center stone. The accent stones work as a buffer to protect your main diamond from any potential harm.

Though the halo style has been around for quite a while now, it’s safe to say that the halo will go from being a ring for the modern bride to a classic in no time.

If you’re not a ring kind of gal, the diamond halo transcends into every category of jewelry such as diamond studs, and will bring an element of class no matter how to choose to wear it.