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The Classic in Sophistication

Why choose diamond?

Diamonds are the pinnacle of classical beauty and class. Their pristine and translucent nature makes them extremely desirable, and the gemstones durability is unrivaled. Why choose diamonds? Because they're the best of the best, the truest sense of classic. Whether its a wedding band, engagement rings, diamond earrings, or some other jewelry piece, those who wear diamonds send a message: "I am classy."

Sure, they may come at a premium, but they're worth it if diamonds are your gemstone of choice. They're the standard for formal and black tie events, but they've also slid into modern fashion standards. Below is your guide to all things diamond earrings.

Occasions for diamonds

Diamonds are primarily fit for black tie events or other formal gatherings. The trick is that the piece has to remain subtle. Thankfully with a strict dress code of dark suits and dresses, your diamonds will function as a slight contrast. Earrings are already quite subtle, but they give just enough pop to guide the gaze of others.

When it comes to rings, they can be quaint and beautiful, but are comparatively less subtle. Because most diamond rings are associated with engagement and wedding rings, it can be difficult to assign a specific occasion for it. However, there are fine jewelry that are not to symbolize romantic commitment, and these are the best for black tie and dress events. More casual fashion rings may feature diamond accent stones and a colored gemstone. However, if you're looking for a highly stylish diamond ring style for any occasion consider a black diamond. These have some serious attitude and are a huge shake up to a classic.

Types of diamond rings

Right handed rings

Right handed rings are specifically designated as fashion accessories. Since the right hand hasn't been assigned any sort of romantic significance, rings on that hand should absolutely be used to accessorize. These designs are highly intricate with twists in the metal, and different mounting shapes for different diamond cuts. These rings aren't meant to symbolize, so there's far more style injected into them.

Bridal sets

When it comes to engagement rings and wedding rings, consider going for a bridal set. These sets come with two rings that fit together. They act as a set that are designed to be worn and experienced together. The ring with the most flair is the engagement, and the wedding band sits behind it. Together they form a larger ring and can be extremely eye catching and beautiful. If you're not wanting to find a matching wedding band, definitely splurge for a bridal set.

Promise rings

For something serious, but not as serious as engagement, consider a promise ring. These pieces are delightfully beautiful with all of the design elements of an engagement ring. Because of the nature of promise rings, these can make an excellent gift for a major milestone, or just to let a loved one know you care.

Black diamond rings

Black diamond rings are the pinnacle of attitude. They're dark, edgy, and simply eye catching. These rings are for those who may dislike the classical nature of the regular diamond. Conversely, these can also make a stellar fashion statement and should not be ignored if you're a jewelry collector. They're high contrast and a great way to balance out a bright outfit.

Diamond earrings

Diamond earrings are especially versatile in style. Because their sizes range so greatly, you can easily wear small diamond studs that won't detract from your casual looks. If you're somebody who goes big, certainly consider something more bombastic, such as diamond drops to really play up the glam factor.

 

At the end of the day it comes down to what you want. With diamonds not being reserved for high class events these days you can find many fantastical spins on classic diamond fashion, such as gold and diamond pairings, and even black diamonds.

Now, when it comes to choosing the right earrings for you, you need to take a few things into consideration: how you want your earrings to hang, and how much oomph you want them to have? Answering these questions can help you discover exactly what kind of style you want, and what's going to work best with who you are. Certain styles more eye catching than others, so be sure to choose wisely.