7 Stunning Celebrity Engagement Ring Trends From Emma Stone to Meghan Markle
By Amy Lee
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Whether you're seriously shopping or just browsing, inspiration is key when you're trying to figure out which sparkly stunner you want to rock on your finger forever.
Why not let celebrities strike up some ideas with their own engagement rings (they have the best taste in luxurious buys, after all) from Emma Stone's unexpected pearl piece to Meghan Markle's classic trilogy ring.
Ahead, peek ET Style's selects of the top seven celebrity engagement ring trends we're obsessed with right now.
Emma Stone's Pearl Ring
Stone recently got engaged to SNL segment director, Dave McCary, who shared an adorable pic of the couple on his Instagram. The actress showed off her unique, romantic pearl engagement ring from New York City-based jewelry retailer, Catbird, designed by Yoshinobu Kataoka.
The acclaimed actress' huge emerald-cut diamond from her art gallery director hubby, Cooke Maroney, sits atop a thin gold band. It's perfect for the girl who wants something simply stunning and elegant.
We saw the pop star's statement flower-shaped ring from fiancee Orlando Bloom following a Valentine's Day engagement announcement on Instagram, aptly captioned, "full bloom." The estimated 4-carat ring is truly glamorous and one-of-a-kind -- like Perry -- and features a pink center diamond surrounded by eight smaller diamonds.
We got a close-up look of the model's modern, jaw-dropping oval-cut diamond ring in Vogue's 73 Questions video for a joint March cover with Justin. The massive sparkler features a diamond-encrusted gold band and boasts six to ten carats, according to Bieber's jeweler (if you can't already tell from the weighty piece nearly falling off her finger).
Emrata rocks a two-stone ring from music producer husband Sebastian Bear-McClard. The pear-shaped diamond and princess-cut diamond duo channels a stylish, edgy, non-traditional vibe fit for the trendy model.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got engaged in November 2017, but we're still obsessed with the ring! The three-stone style continues to be a big trend. The center Asscher-cut diamond accompanied by two smaller diamonds (from Princess Diana's personal collection) is timeless yet contemporary.
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