Glamour Magazine Editor Kim Fusaro Picks Five Favorite Robbins Brothers Rings

Our blogger friend Kim Fusaro from Glamour magazine’s Save the Date is quite the fashion expert especially when it comes to jewelry. Therefore…with wedding season just around the corner we’ve asked her to select her top five engagement rings and explain why. I like! But do you agree with her choices? Let us know.

Dainty, delicate and utterly timeless

Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring

A classic design but the band makes it all feel modern.

Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring (sku 0384974)

Intricate, vintage-y details, but it doesn’t feel too “busy”

Tacori Engagement Ring from Robbins Brothers (0375548)

Tacori Engagement Ring from Robbins Brothers--side view (sku 0375548)

Lots of brides have told me they don’t need a big diamond. I like the idea of a diamond eternity band, which is still special. This one is lovely and would look pretty stacked as a wedding set.

Verragio Diamond Wedding Band from Robbins Brothers (sku 0381897)

Birthstone engagement rings. They just make more sense with some couples’ budgets, and some girls prefer a little color. This would be pretty for a bride-to-be born in March (like me!).

Pear Shaped Ring from Robbins Brothers (sku 0383313)

About Tracey Lyles

Tracey Lyles happily serves as Robbins Brothers' social media and public relations manager and has been with the company for years. Prior to joining Robbins Brothers, she worked in the research and news departments at KTLA-TV, and was also an account executive for Sharp & Associates Public Relations in Hollywood. Tracey received a B.A. in English from UCLA and for leisure enjoys shopping, reading, dancing, going to church and spending quality time with family and friends.
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