Which diamond cut to choose is one of the most important questions to consider when shopping for engagement rings in Toronto. Some girls know exactly what they want, and others have a difficult time choose between diamond cuts. You have no shortage of options at your disposal and it’s great to have options, but it can also make your decision tougher to narrow down.
Diamond cuts set the tone for the ring stylistically. The cut you choose is the focal point of your engagement ring and it will have perhaps the biggest impact on its overall look and feel, design options, and even how much you spend.
YOUR DIAMOND CUT OPTIONS
- Round cut diamonds – The most popular in the industry
- Princess cut diamond rings
- Emerald cut engagement rings – Known for their unique optical appearance
- Pear shaped engagement rings – Creates a slimming effect on the finger
- Cushion cut – Known for their rounded corners and large facets
- Princess cut engagement rings
- Radiant cut rings – Known for its trimmed corners
- Oval engagement rings – These are ideal for women with long fingers
- Asscher cut engagement rings
- Halo engagement rings
THERE IS NO WRONG CHOICE
At the end of the day, there is no wrong choice when choosing a diamond cut. What is most important is that you choose the style and cut that you like the most. You choose the diamond that you want to be included in your ring design, and you choose the engagement ring that you love and will be happy with for the rest of your life. Don’t worry about what is trendy or what your friends or mother in law think – an engagement ring is a very personal item and its design should reflect who you are and encapsulate your personal style.
NOT SURE WHICH DIAMOND CUT TO CHOOSE? ARET CAN HELP!
Regardless of the diamond cut you choose, I can help you design an affordable engagement ring that will fit within your budget. If you are still on the fence about which diamond cut to choose, we are happy to sit down with you and discuss your options. We can go through the pros and cons of oval cuts, princess cut diamonds, pear or emerald cut, or whatever diamonds you are considering for your ring design.