See the Rings of 2017 That Left Our Editors Swooning
November 30, 2017
Fun fact: I spent my undergrad days as the fine jewelry intern at a fashion magazine in New York, so needless to say, I'm full on obsessed with anything sparkly. Luckily for me, I still get to look at the most gorgeous rings out there every single day. As 2017 is coming to a close, we're taking a look back at our favorite engagement rings of the year. From diamond to topaz, rose gold to platinum, marquise to trillion – each one of these special gems will sweep you off your feet.

Unforgettable Trillion Cut

Trillion cut side stones make this Boone and Sons Jewelers ring as unforgettable as the classic navy and gold wedding it was a part of.

Photography: Elizabeth Fogarty

Dark + Moody Black Diamond

Who says your diamond has to be white? This sophisticated rose gold and black diamond engagement ring belongs to perhaps the most stylish bride ever.

Photography: Jose Villa Photography

Mixing It Up With Marquise

We did a double take when we first saw this marquise diamond with its mixed, rose and white gold setting. Officially obsessed with this combo.

Photography: Emma Rose

3x the Emerald Cut Brilliance

An emerald cut diamond gives off some serious sparkle, flanked with two equally gorgeous stones for a modern twist.

Photography: Michelle Beller Photography

Rose Gold Romance

Can't stop, won't stop loving rose gold, and this opulent engagement ring and intricate wedding band pair by !Xam Diamonds is the perfect blend of old and new.

Photography: Corina V. Photography

Gatsby Vibes With Twin Stones

There's something extra romantic about choosing an antique engagement ring with its own story to tell, and this glam option from L Priori Jewelry brings back all the glitz and romance of the roaring '20s.

Photography: Emily Wren Photography

Striking Pear Solitaire

The simple band keeps all the attention on the stunning, pear-shaped center stone of this Susie Saltzman ring– an impactful combination for a colorful Moroccan wedding inspiration session.

Photography: Sophie Epton

Beachy Hampton Blue Topaz

Perfect for a wedding by the sea, the blue green hues of this statement David Yurman number is making waves.

Photography: Rebecca Yale Photography

Victorian Bohemian

The bride who wore this calls her style "victorian bohemian" – which is exactly how we'd describe her family heirloom quality ring. Can't you just imagine her future grandchild inheriting this gorgeous piece!?

Photography: Jose Villa Photography

Delicate, Elegant, Timeless

Because an elegant solitaire diamond and a trio of delicate infinity bands never go out of style, and we're in love with the subtle twist on this set: an oval cut center stone and complementing – but not matching – bands.

Photography: Simply Sarah