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The '90s Pink Engagement Ring Trend Everyone Wants To Wear

Add a little color to your stack.

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Pink engagement rings were a ‘90s favorite and they’re officially back. Favorites ahead.

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Go bold with not only a colored stone, but also an enamel-coated band — you’ll have all eyes on your fingers, to be sure.

$675
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If engagement bands are more your style than a single stone, Jane Taylor is the place to go — for pink stones or any other gorgeous color of the rainbow.

$990
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Keep it simple with a clean gold shank and round-cut pink stone at the center.

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Can’t decide which tone of pink you want for your stone? Go for two different kinds like this Jemma Wynne double-stone ring.

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Keep it classic with a pavé band, but go a little chunkier by opting for a bezel-set center stone instead of a prong-set one.

$1,100
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Looking to switch up your eternity band? Consider Suzanne Kalan’s abstract-set designs.

$3,400
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One of the most sustainable ways to shop is vintage and antique, especially when it comes to jewelry. You’ll love the selection of pink stones at Lang Antiques, like this cushion-cut pink sapphire.

$5,750
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Go for a splurge with one of the most popular ring styles of the moment is the chunkier gypsy ring, as championed by Brent Neale. Choose a bright pink stone to sit at the center, no matter what side stones you opt for.

$6,950
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