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Check Out Stone and Strand’s First Bridal Collection

CollectionsApr 15, 2021

Check Out Stone and Strand’s First Bridal Collection

All six styles are priced under $2,000.

Stone and Strand’s first six-style bridal collection is called “Aisle.” It’s all about packing a big punch for a small price tag.
New York—Since launching in 2013, Stone and Strand has evolved from an e-commerce fine jewelry store selling independent designers’ wares to exclusively selling its own easy-to-wear, everyday creations.

Now, the digitally native brand is branching into bridal for the first time, with a six-piece collection called “Aisle.”

The vintage-inspired assortment streamlines the typical engagement ring shopping process, relaying CEO and founder Nadine Kahane’s signature painless-purchasing ethos to the bridal sector.

For Kahane, who a decade ago purchased her wedding dress online, fuss shouldn’t be part of the equation.

That means each ring is ready to ship same day, negating made-to-order timelines.

They’re also subject to Stone and Strand’s generous 100-day return policy, so customers can easily return their purchase if they get cold feet.

Stone and Strand is able to provide these flexible online shopping options because the six styles are ready-made and not customizable. Plus, the price range is in line with what the site already sells, costing $950 to $1,950.

These are the six styles from Stone & Strand’s “Aisle” collection. They’re ready to ship and subject to the company’s 100-day return policy.
These are the six styles from Stone & Strand’s “Aisle” collection. They’re ready to ship and subject to the company’s 100-day return policy.

The company was inspired by vintage settings, specifically clusters, to create its own trademarked “Perianth” setting, combining small diamonds for greater overall sparkle. 

Each style is named in tribute to an Old Hollywood actress; for example “The Sophia Ring” for Sophia Loren and “The Greta Ring” for Greta Garbo.

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Launching today exclusively on StoneandStrand.com, the collection is accompanied by a campaign inspired by real-life proposals Creative Director Melissa Lum witnessed while crossing the Brooklyn Bridge during the pandemic, a reminder that love and romance continue no matter the circumstance.

Imagery featured on the Stone and Strand website and social media channels stars real-life couples who are friends of the brand.

Ashley Davisis the senior editor, fashion at National Jeweler, covering all things related to design, style and trends.

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