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A Guide to Active Woman Diamond Diamond Engagement Ring Styles

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We are aware that brides enjoy maintaining an active lifestyle and staying in shape. Even though we normally advise that you take off your rings before working out, we understand that this can be a challenge for some people to remember or that it can simply be an inconvenience. If you have your heart set on wearing your bling while you work out, then the following are three ring features that you should look for or avoid to protect the precious stones that you have set in your rings.

  1. Rings without or with minimal pavé diamonds or side diamonds in the shanks

    If you engage in strenuous exercise or routines that require you to make forceful hand movements, you run a greater risk of jarring a diamond or gem loose or knocking it out of its setting. A blow to the head or body from lifting weights or participating in a contact sport like volleyball could also damage your jewelry and cause injury to you. When looking for an diamond engagement ring, you should search for styles that lack the dazzling accents along the sides of the band to reduce the risk of any accidents.

  2. Wide-Band Rings for Engagment

    When you're doing workouts that require you to use your hands frequently, diamond engagement rings with wide bands are going to be more comfortable on your finger. When using a flatter band, strenuous activities like yoga and dumbbell workouts will feel much more comfortable. Bands with a thicker design are able to withstand more use and wear, so they have a longer lifespan than those with thinner designs. Not to mention the fact that these styles make a pretty magnificent statement as well!

  3. Stay away from rings that have any kind of pointed halos or points in the center!

    Diamonds with pointed halos and center stones are more likely to become entangled in fabric, which may increase the risk of injury during physical activity. They also have a larger surface area, which increases the risk of injury during strenuous workouts. In addition, the cut has the potential to cause injury to you or another person depending on the circumstances of the workout. Bezel settings provide an additional layer of protection for your diamond; however, if you have your heart set on a raised diamond, you should choose an oval or round cut that is held by multiple prongs rather than a cut with sharp corners.

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