The Engagement Ring Style That Will Look Best on Your Finger
Selecting (or hinting at!) your dream engagement ring is certainly easier said than done. With a slew of different cuts so much inspiration out there (hello, newly engaged fashion girls), it can be tough deciphering which style will suit you and look best on your finger.
To help you pinpoint the perfect engagement ring style for you, we tapped celeb-favourite jewellery designer Neil Lane to spill on the best rings for every finger and hand shape.
Keep scrolling to find your ideal ring!
“Finding the perfect ring for slender fingers is all about choosing a style that won’t overpower them. I always suggest going for a smaller stone with a thicker band to help widen the look of the finger. Round, cushion, and oval diamonds are especially flattering.” — Neil Lane
“It’s easy to create a more slender look to your hand with the right ring. I’d recommend avoiding narrow stones and instead choosing a medium to thick band with a wide rectangular or emerald shape diamond.” — Neil Lane
“For women interested in elongating the appearance of their fingers, a slender, narrow-width band—with stones such as oval, pear, or marquise—will complement their hands by adding an illusion of length.” — Neil Lane
“Thicker, heavier bands are excellent at drawing attention to the ring instead of any perceived undesirable features. Choosing a more prominent or ornate setting paired with a princess or cushion-cut stone will help to bring the eyes back to what’s most important—the ring!” — Neil Lane
“Get creative! Women with larger hands have the opportunity to go big and bold with their styles. Adding a few bands to the engagement ring can help take the look to the next level.” — Neil Lane
“Selecting an appropriate setting to keep the overall proportion of the ring more delicate will help to flatter the hand and really put an emphasis on the diamond’s sparkle and shine. I feel that petite hands look their best with small round or heart-shaped stones.” — Neil Lane