2023 Top 11 Engagement Ring Trends You Want To Know About

Dubbed "The Year of the Wedding", 2022 has proven to be bustling with wedding activity and we are seeing the trends continue into 2023. Expect to see awe-inspiring styles not only in rings but all bridal-related trends. We are experiencing a cultural moment that values distinctiveness, artistic expression, and quality craftsmanship and what better way to celebrate your love than applying your creativity to your engagement ring?

1. Colored Gemstone Engagement Rings

Looking to break with tradition? Consider one of the hottest trends for engagement rings with colored gemstones, this includes colored diamonds and many other gemstones.

Some of the standards like sapphire and emeralds are popular, but pastel-colored gemstones have caught the eye of many engagement ring shoppers. Soft pinks like morganite, lavender and lighter shades of green and aquamarine blue make for some beautiful engagement rings, especially when set in rose gold. 

Most Lisa Robin engagement ring settings can be made with a colored gemstone of your choice. . The Casey is shown here in blue sapphire.

Casey Sapphire Engagement Ring in yellow Gold | Lisa Robin




2. Rose Gold Engagement Rings

Rose gold engagement rings are going strong. The pink hue of rose gold is the result of copper added to the gold alloy, which makes for warm tones and a romantic feel.

Rose Gold Engagement Rings | Lisa Robin

3. Edgy Gemstone Engagement Rings

If you are looking for the truly unique diamond, take a close look at raw or rustic diamonds. They are diamonds with serious personality. Rich opaque colors, lovely lightly colored champagne diamonds, and black and white mixes. The term ‘salt and pepper’ refers to the look of a diamond that features a mix of black and white inclusions. Raw and rustic diamonds are one of a kind gemstones and thus gives you a serious one of a kind engagement ring.

Peyton Salt and Pepper Diamond Engagement Ring

 4. Vintage Inspired Engagement Rings

No matter how many engagement ring styles there are to choose from, vintage-style rings capture the hearts of many. Decidedly romantic, ring styles evoking nostalgia are appealing for their distinctive character. If you seek a timeless unique look, a vintage-style engagement ring may be what you desire.

Custom Diamond Wedding Ring and Engagement Ring | Lisa Robin

5. Lab Created Diamond Engagement Rings

Lab-created diamonds are taking the jewelry world by storm. Lab-created diamonds are created artificially in a laboratory instead of naturally occurring and mined from the earth. A lab diamond looks and feels exactly like a mined diamond and they are available in a full variety of shapes and sizes. Why are they so popular and which is better to buy for an engagement ring? Today, lab diamonds are significantly less expensive than mined diamonds. They are 50-60% less than mined diamonds in some cases. Why the big difference? It’s simple, supply and industry competition. Lab-grown diamonds are also conflict-free, as there is no need for hard labor to mine them.


Oval Lab Diamond Engagement Ring and Oval Lab Diamond Eternity Ring | Lisa Robin


6. Hidden Halo Engagement Rings

When viewed from the top, a hidden halo ring looks to be a classic solitaire. From the side, a sparkle of pavé set diamonds tucked under the center stone sparkle. It’s a totally modern twist to the classic solitaire.

Casey Hidden Halo Oval Diamond Engagement Ring in Rose Gold | Lisa Robin


7. Gender-Neutral Rings

Finally more readily available, gender neutral rings are coming into their own. And simple, gender-fluid designs are going to continue gaining popularity in the coming year as more men choose to wear an engagement ring.

Custom Gender-Neutral Wedding Rings | Lisa Robin


8. East-West Engagement Rings

We all love tradition, but the east-west engagement ring trend puts a literal twist on it–by turning the center stone 90 degrees. With the rise in popularity of fancy-shaped center stones (think marquise, emerald, pear, oval), it’s no surprise the east-west setting is having its moment. Setting the diamond in a sideways orientation, or east-west gives it updated styling that doesn’t look like it’s trying too hard.

East West Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Rings | Lisa Robin


9. Chevron and Open Bands

Clean, minimal engagement rings are dominating the market. So how do we spice them up without compromising timelessness? Add your own flavor. A chevron band brings interest and dimension. The angular silhouette elongates the finger and the fresh shape of a marquise diamond creates interest. The curved bands showcase the engagement ring rather than blending in like a traditional wedding band.

Claire Open Chevron Wedding Ring | Lisa Robin

10. Unique Halo Engagement Rings

Diamond halo engagement rings have been popular for a while and rightfully so. But the latest trend is going away from diamonds uniformly surrounding the center gemstones. Some take on a floral vibe, others are star-like, and some are asymmetrical. Any way you go, they still have the advantage of making your center gemstones seem larger.

Custom Teal Moissanite and Diamond Engagement Ring | Lisa Robin

11. Customized Engagement Ring

Creating something unique and just for you is definitely on trend. Customization can range from selecting your gemstone or diamond to modifying a design to doing something totally unique. Whatever the level of customization you desire, find a jeweler with a design capabilities and expertise to guide you through the decisions.

Custom Three Stone Engagement Ring with Hidden Halo | Lisa Robin

Now that you see the 2023 popular trends, how will you express your love? Bring your ideas and let's start designing your awe-inspiring wedding jewelry. 

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