Engagement rings for the non-traditional bride

By Colleen Banks

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Your style is far from ordinary and you dream of an engagement ring as unique as you. You’re drawn to colored stones, special cuts, and distinctive settings. Why be mainstream when you can rock an engagement ring with the same edgy flair as you? Your engagement ring should reflect your everyday style and should be something you love to put on each and every day. It’s OK to think outside of the box (or in this case, the round brilliant cut) when it comes to your engagement ring. Here are 10 stunning non-traditional engagement rings for the bride who likes to break the mold.


The L’Amour Crisscut rose gold anniversary ring with an east-west set center stone and split diamond rows is for the lover of clean lines and geometric shapes. The rose gold metal adds a feminine touch and warms up the whole setting.


This romantic L’Amour Crisscut engagement ring has an organic diamond halo. With floral nuances, this ring is perfect for the classic yet girly girl.


If you want your ring to be unique but still blingy, this Crisscut diamond engagement ring is one to covet. A L’Amour Crisscut diamond center stone, channel set Crisscut baguettes, and pave diamonds along the band and halo – it’s a diamond lover’s dream.


This gorgeous yellow diamond ring is non-traditional in all the best ways. With a fancy intense yellow diamond center and a two-tone halo, this ring is intricate and dramatic.


A lush emerald center stone and a three-row diamond shank, this Oval Green Emerald ring is fit for a queen. Emeralds have been coveted for centuries by none other than Cleopatra and Elizabeth Taylor and for good reason – check out this stunner!


This L’Amour Crisscut cushion engagement ring has a classic stone with a sophisticated setting. The diamond weaving band is the perfect mix of fashion-forward and timeless.


This L’Amour Crisscut engagement ring has so much character. If you admire fine workmanship and elaborate metalwork, this ring with its dome halo design and split pave shank will have you seeing stars.


There’s no strict rules when it comes to your engagement ring. Therefore, if you want to sport a band in a place of a traditional ring then go for it! This L’Amour Crisscut anniversary band has not one but three L’Amour diamonds and features 3 stone halos down the band.


This L’Amour Crisscut engagement ring has pretty details along the band, giving the setting an edgy pattern while still keeping that diamond pave sparkle.


If you can’t get enough of halo settings, this L’Amour Crisscut diamond anniversary ring has a three. This show-stopper is far from understated if you love to make a statement.

About the Author:

Colleen Banks is a seasoned jewelry and weddings editor, having been a style editor at Martha Stewart Weddings for 8+ years. Colleen is a diamond expert having focused on engagement rings and bridal jewelry at Martha Stewart Weddings. She will never turn down the opportunity to try on some diamonds at a jewelry market appointment.

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