Fashion Editors and Bloggers Review Robbins Brothers’
Top Eight Engagement Rings That Every Woman Should See This Fall
Just in time for the holidays, lifestyle bloggers and top fashion and beauty editors from The Knot, Houston Chronicle and Spaz Magazine share riveting reviews of Robbins Brothers’ Fall engagement ring picks.
Los Angeles, CA – November 6, 2013 – Today Robbins Brothers, The Engagement Ring Store announced its 2nd Annual Fashionista Ring Reviews, which includes many of the retailer’s most popular and sought after engagement ring styles this Fall. Ranging from the three-stone ring with rose gold to the vintage diamond halo design adorned with micro-pave, some of your favorite style experts weigh in on their favorite engagement ring bling.
The Fashionista list showcases the blue sapphire design, a favorite of Sazan Barzani, founder and editor for Spaz Magazine. “If a man proposed to me with this ring, the answer would be YES! I absolutely love the feminine cut/style of this ring. The eye-catching blue adds the perfect pop of color without being too flashy. It’s one of those rings that speaks for itself.”
Natasha Burton, blogger for Cosmopolitan.com prefers the classic Tacori style. “It’s ideal for the lady who likes her bling and desires a classic look — with a bit of a twist. The one-carat solitaire stone anchors the ring, while the side diamonds add just the right amount of extra sparkle. Set in Platinum, this piece is certainly as awe-inspiring as it is beautiful.” Kim Fusaro from Glamour.com, who opts to go halo-less, was equally excited to share her take on the Kirk Kara design. “Round diamonds are currently my favorite—SO timeless. I love the vintage-y feel of this setting. The sapphires are on-trend, but they’re not front and center or overwhelmingly big, which I like. The diamond is the star, after all.”
The Houston Chronicle’s fashion and beauty editor, Joy Sewing, describes the Verragio three-stone engagement ring as “A heart stopper. Not simply because of its breathtaking beauty, but also its impeccable detail from the swirl of the band to the rose-gold inside. If a ring can symbolize the bond of love between two people, this one does it magnificently.”
“The Fashionista Ring Reviews is our fun way, through the eyes of style experts, to present a variety of options to our customers who are planning a marriage proposal this time of year,” said Shannon Daly, director of jewelry for Robbins Brothers. “This year we saw an increased interest in rose gold and blue sapphires, while vintage halo is still very popular for those who prefer a big look. The styles are plentiful and we’re focused on helping customers find that one perfect ring to symbolize their committed love.”
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