We at Moissy.com love all kinds of engagement rings, from the traditional to the minimalist to the ornate. We also like how engagement rings, despite having been around for hundreds of years, are constantly being changed and updated. They’re certainly not immune to exciting and fashionable new styles.
One of our favorite trends that we’ve observed in the bridal game lately is east-west engagement rings. Rather than the center stone being oriented up and down (or north-south), the stone in an east-west ring is oriented horizontally. Glamour.com recently published a great piece by our good friend Kim Fusaro about this hot new trend. We thought we’d share some of our favorite rings that feature east-west moissanite center stones.
We love this sleek solitaire ring. It’s the perfect choice for the stylish, modern bride. Plus, the radiant cut adds a ton of eye-catching sparkle.
Etsy designer Kristin Coffin visited us here at Charles & Colvard® a few weeks ago, and she’s as charming as she is talented. Pear cuts are becoming more and more popular, and this is a particularly stunning east-west example. The feather pattern on the band adds a whimsical and delicate touch to this lovely ring.
East-west engagement rings come in a variety of shapes. Marquise, pear, and emerald cuts are especially popular, but oval makes a wonderful choice as well. The halo setting on this ring is fit for a queen.
The Glamour.com article also gave a shout-out to this ring, but we love it so much we wanted to mention it again. We’re huge fans of the ladies from RosadosBox, and think this particular emerald cut ring is a fantastic example of how stunning their designs are.
Head on over to Glamour and check out the full article and a ton more east-west ring inspiration: 14 Engagement Rings That Show Off My Favorite Trend – Which Is About To Take The World By Storm