By Michelle Graff
michelle.graff@nationaljeweler.com
This 14-karat white gold diamond engagement ring from the Utwo collection features four marquise-shaped sapphires and 21 round diamonds. It was chosen by Sazan Barzani, founder and editor of Spaz Magazine.
Los Angeles--Retailer Robbins Brothers has revealed the eight engagement rings highlighted in its second annual “Fashionista Ring Reviews,” a selection of the best in bridal curated especially for the retailer by fashion writers.

Eight lifestyle bloggers and top fashion and beauty editors chose the engagement rings they think every women should see, ranging from a three-stone ring with rose gold to a vintage diamond halo design adorned with micro-pavé. Their choices reflect many of the retailer’s most popular and sought-after engagement ring styles this season.

“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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