Buying the Right Bra for Each Outfit

Last month I wrote a post about hot to buy bras that fitted perfectly. It proved to be a popular piece, so I decided to write another one this month.

Today’s article takes things a step further, and looks at how to find and buy the right bra for the style of dresses or tops that you most like to wear.

Low back dresses

If you want to wear low back dresses, you need to buy a wrap around bra with converting straps. Typically, these are more easily available in the summer months, so that is the best time to go shopping for one.

What to wear with dresses made from soft materials

Even if the cut of the dress will allow you to wear a standard bra without the straps being visible you still need to choose carefully. This is especially the case if the material is thin, or clingy.

If you wear a lot of clothes that are made out of lightweight fabrics, you really want to avoid lacy bras, because they are always partially visible through the material. It is far better to buy a seamless bra, or one that is made out of some sort of smooth material.

Summer dresses

In the summer when it comes to underwear, less is more. You want to wear a bra that is as lightweight as possible, but still gives you enough support. Summer dresses usually look better when worn with this type of bra, and you should not get as hot when wearing them.

Bras for halter neck dresses

Right now, halter neck dresses are not exactly fashionable. However, I am reliably informed that they are likely to come back into vogue soon, and I know a lot of people still wear them for parties, so I have decided to include them in this post. For this type of dress, a stick on bra really is the best option. These days you can buy them with transparent, convertible straps, which are ultra thin, but provide just that little more support than old-fashioned stick on bras did.

Summer tops and T-shirts

If you are planning to wear tops made out of t-shirt style material, or jersey, it is probably worth investing in a couple of sports bras. They offer a lot of support and are surprisingly comfortable to wear even when you are not exercising or taking part in a sport.

Where to buy

When it comes to buying lingerie, knowing where to shop is half the battle. So, I have found a good place for you to buy. I promise you that you are going to love this range of women’s bras.

This retailer sells every type of bra you can think of and, importantly, they sell them in sizes 28 to 56 and cup sizes D to L. They also have an excellent help page, which tells you exactly how to measure yourself so that you always get the fit right.

It really is worth investing in your underwear and making sure that you always have the right bra to wear. If you do so you will not only look good, you will also feel comfortable.

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Winter Fashion and Beauty Trends

Despite our natural instinct to hibernate, once you get over the biting cold and long, dark nights there’s actually something pretty romantic about winter, and fashion and beauty trends to go with it. Here are our ten top ideas to keep you looking great until spring:

  1. Wavy hairstyles: during winter you need a hairstyle that gives movement to your locks and adds a bit of fun to your darker winter looks. Wavy hairstyles are the way to go, especially if you love covering your head with woolly hats! Think casual and elegant wavy hairstyles, long and short, perfect for those misty days when your hair fights against all the straighteners in the world.
  2. Knitwear: as the common refrain goes ‘Knitwear? More like fitwear.’ Everyone looks good in a bit of knit. This endlessly flattering choice is perfect for cold, blustery days.
  3. Woolly socks: and if we’re on the subject of woollies let’s not forget the simple joy in a luxurious pair of warm socks. Use interesting colours to brighten up your look and wear them pulled up above your boots.
  4. Leather boots: yep, of course, winter requires some sturdy, but beautiful footwear and this season it’s all about leather. Look for buckles and other detailing to get a pair that suits your look.
  5. Belts over coats: this is a recurring trend and one particularly big this year. Use a wide belt worn high around the waist to give you that classic hour-glass figure.
  6. Half-gloves: hands get chilly too so make sure to wrap up warm with a good pair of gloves this season. The trend at the moment is for those which cover up to your knuckles, but leave fingers free for using phones and holding hands.
  7. Thigh length coats: if nothing else, make sure to get a good coat this winter. It’s the one piece that will be most influential to your look. Coats that reach to mid-thigh are particularly on-trend.
  8. Temporary tattoos: usually winter is about covering up, but there will be times when you find somewhere warm and can finally remove all those layers. Why not surprise everyone when you do so with a cute temporary tattoo. There are lots of great options now designed by illustrators and fashionistas that can update your look in minutes.
  9. Braids: if you’re not one for wavy hairstyles and prefer to keep your hair away from your face, long hair can be kept off during winter with braids. Simple, beautiful and leaving you more time for laying on all those extra clothes.
  10. Treat yourself: Winter can be tough with lots of frosty weather and long, dark evenings. The greatest fashion accessory is a cheery attitude so if you need a little TLC during these months don’t hesitate to pamper yourself at a good beauty salon.

Stay warm, stay happy and look great this winter. Follow our tips and there’ll be no need to hibernate for the rest of the season!

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Bra Tips. Are You Wearing It Well?

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Underwires that dig into your side, push up bras that give you an unsightly overhang and straps that seem to endlessly fall off your shoulders. Is it the best feeling of the day when you get to take off your bra and throw it at the wall?

Being comfortable in your underwear shouldn’t be this hard, right? If you want to change your relationship with your lingerie then read this handy guide for wearing it well.

The Most Important Element. Size.

You are a 36D or a 34DD? Getting your bra size wrong is terrible for comfort but also for your health. Without the correct support added strain is put on your back. Repeat the cycle every day and you could do lasting damage when you hit later life.

High Street department stores offer a really great solution to finding out your size. Don’t go just before or during menstration. Get measured when you are mid cycle and your breasts aren’t at their fullest.

If you prefer to measure your own then here is a useful guide for self fitting Make sure you have a tape measure and a pen and paper ready to make a note of your size. To really ensure you have the correct cup size though heading out for a professional fitter is best. The wrong cup size is the most common reason for underwire dig just below your armpit.

Style is Everything

Once you have the correct size you can head out and buy that gorgeous set you saw online right? Wrong. The style of your bra is just as important to comfort as the size. Petite firm breasts will suit almost every style going but if you have a fuller, less firm pair then you will need to think twice before grabbing that ultimate plunge bra.

Get into a shop and play with the various cup shapes. One of the most wearable and flattering styles on the market today is the half cup bra, or balconette. Collections such as Aubade give maximum support but real feminitiy. They are an excellent shape for both day and evening giving you confidence without worrying about the unsightly overhang.

Material Matters

If you want to impress in the bedroom you can go wild. There are even bras made out of feathers and leather! Have a look at our bedroom inspiration to make you feel good in the bedroom too!

Lace, Satin or Tshirt material. There are so many different materials on the market. A really good everyday bra should not interfere with your other clothing. Whilst satin may feel really luxurious It isn’t the best choice to wear under lycra or satin itself, as there is no purchase. Also there is potential to snag. Lace is a textured material so if you are wearing a tight fitting top the pattern of your bra will be on show for all to see. T Shirt material or cotton are best for comfort and fitting under your clothing without any dramatic, unwanted shows.

Getting your underwear right is not an area of your clothing that you should leave to chance. You don’t have to spend a fortune to get it right. Find the right size, shape and material and you won’t even notice it’s there. Unless you want to that is!

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Treat The Special Lady In Your Life To Some Quirky And Cute Cat Jewellery

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If you are finding it increasingly hard to find interesting and unique gifts to buy that special woman in your life, it may be time to think outside of the box.  However, rather than straying too far from what is considered normal gifts for women, you should take a look at some of the fun items you can get from the cat-centred online store Catify.co.

To give you a bit of a head start, we have gathered together some of our favourite pieces of jewellery and hair accessories below.

Cute And Colourful Cat Earrings

Whether you are looking for something a little subtle or flamboyantly quirky, they have something suit all tastes.  For the more reserved girl, you could consider purchasing the Rhinestone Cat earrings, which from a distance away will not look anything other than spectacular.  It is only up close that the truly unique cat-shaped design will become apparent.  However, if you know they love to dress to make a scene, you could opt for the very vibrant Colourful Cat earrings that are anything but subtle and reserved, but still remain very stylish and would not look out of place paired with a nice evening dress.

Pur-fect Rings For That Pur-fect Girlfriend Or Wife

Excuse the really bad puns there but if your significant other likes to show of her pretty digits, why not help her highlight them while highlighting her love of the nation’s favourite four legged animal.  For the bashful, there is the rather simple but elegant Silver Plated Cat Ear ring, but for the more daring there is the Vintage Style Cat Figure ring that resembles a cat wrapping its body snugly around your finger.

Cute Hairbands and Hair-clips

Does the lady in your life take pride in her hair and how she styles it?  Does she use hair-clips or hairbands often?  You could capitalise on that and invest in a cute accessory for her hair that shows her devotion to our feline friends.  For the fun and unashamed, there is of course the Cat Ear hairband that is pretty much as self-explanatory as you imagine it must be.  It is probably going to be something they were to less formal and serious occasions, but it may provoke and promote a lot of laughter and who can every have too many laughs these days?

Although they may seem a little more childish, we also wanted to draw your attention to the extremely cute so-called “Super Cute Cat Hair clips” that attach to either side of her hair and make her look as if she has cut little cat ears.  Again, while this may be something reserved more for dress-up and casual occasions, not everything in life has to be dull and serious does it?

The above is just a glimpse of what is available from Catify, and therefore if none of the suggestions above seem to fit the lady in your life, we recommend you check out some of their other great products.

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Three Digital Entertainment Trends to Look Out for in 2017

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The world of digital media doesn’t seem to be slowing any time soon and as the number of UK households with access to the internet reaches almost 90% and three in four UK adults own a smart phone, there is little area of our lives that isn’t being affected by the move to all things digital.

From the way we order our Friday night take away to the way we transfer money – digital has well and truly become an everyday part of the average Briton’s life and it is only predicted to continue growing. 2016 saw the launch of the UK’s first Digital Entertainment Festival – running alongside the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe – further highlighting just how much is influenced by the digital sphere.

As with the years before, 2016 has been another year for digital firsts and as we look forward into 2017 the way we consume our entertainment is about to undertake it’s biggest make-over yet.

Goodbye to TV Packages

2016 was the first year that some of the world’s most popular television series were never actually shown on television – but rather through apps, the internet or the ever-popular smart TVs. So many people are switching to the internet to catch their favourite shows that for the first time in it’s history the BBC made the controversial decision to charge a TV license for on demand and catch up television.

Many of the UK’s entertainment providers have been quick to jump on the digital bandwagon, launching apps and “red button” style on-demand services – however with some of the biggest names in entertainment streaming launching their own television shows, experts impatiently anticipate what British television providers will pull out the bag in 2017.

The Reduction of Highstreet Booking Shops

2016 saw the merger of two of the biggest high street bookies – which is predicted to close almost 400 booking shops up and down the country. Figures have shown that an increasing amount of revenue comes from online gambling, whilst the revenue from physical betting shops is decreasing year on year.

As the world of gambling follows the rest of the entertainment industry into the digital sphere, 2017 is thought to bring even more options to the market – and with so many attractive sign up bonuses to chose from, we can only guess that revenue from online gambling will continue to increase throughout 2017 and beyond – if you find yourself stuck sifting through the many sites, offers and bonuses www.allgamblingsites.com offers a useful guide.

Wish you Were Here

Live streaming has been available to smartphone users for a couple of years now, however as seen in 2016 the practice is becoming increasingly popular and is now available across a number of our social media platforms. Gone are the days of sharing photos of our holiday or favourite concert through various social media pages – now with live streaming we can share our experiences with loved ones, live as it happens.

In addition to the launch of live streaming across multiple platforms, 2017 is predicted to be the year VR (virtual reality) becomes part of our everyday entertainment – with smartphone users soon being able to upload their own 360 degree photos – potentially changing the way we consume entertainment for the foreseeable future.

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Top Tips for Autumn Frizz

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The arrival of autumn brings a whole new set of challenges for hair care, with frizz being the most common. When even the tiniest drop of rain can completely ruin your carefully straightened tresses, now is the time to adjust your haircare routine to keep your frizzy hair under control…

According to L’Oreal frizzy hair is a top beauty complaint for 30 per cent of women. Whilst there are some unavoidable causes like autumn drizzle, frizz prevention truly begins with you. There are a number of tricks for minimising frizz, as well as some products to help your hair stay as smooth as possible…

Build up resistance to heat

Frizz is mostly caused by a lack of moisture in your hair, therefore, if you continue to use a straightener or a high heat blow dryer every single morning, your hair will dry out even more, contributing to a frizzy mess.

Shampoo Truth recommends to dry your hair naturally, at least once a week, to build up resistance to heat. Even though the style may not be up to your usual standard, it will give your hair a rest from those thermal tools! It is also a great opportunity to experiment with hairstyles like braids and buns, for a relaxed weekend look!

When you do use heat, be sure to prep your hair with a protective leave-in conditioner to provide a barrier between the hair strand and the heat of dryers and irons. When you do use a straightener, dial down the heat and don’t hold it in one place for too long. Be kinder to your hair!

Choose the right brush

If you use a brush to straighten your frizzy hair while blow drying, use a natural boar-bristle brush like this one here. It will help carry your scalp’s natural oil down to the ends, keeping your hair hydrated and helping to block out humidity. This is very important as metal brushes with often uneven, jagged bristles can cause dry hair to tear.

As we are on the subject of brushing, remember to never brush your hair when it’s wet, as it is prone to being torn or broken with the bristles of the brush. Use a wide tooth comb instead and always use a leave-in conditioner or detangler to help smooth the way.

Choose the right shampoo

Anti-frizz shampoos are the best way to beat unruly hair. Look for one with glycerin in the ingredient list since it helps combat frizz by hydrating it from the inside out. It also creates a protective coating over the outside of the hair shaft so it doesn’t break.

To ensure you can see the full effects of your anti-frizz treatment, pick a few different shampoos and change them every now and then. Your body easily adapts to different ingredients, resulting in the loss of their effectiveness. A combination of different shampoos and different conditioners can be rotated with great success, for super soft and controllable hair!

Don’t forget to moisturise 

Maintaining your hair’s natural moisture is the key to smooth and frizz-free hair. If you don’t give it the hydration it needs, your frizzy hair will get its moisture from somewhere else, like autumn drizzle and humidity in the air.

Look for a moisturiser that contains hydrating ingredients, such as shea butter and strengthening silk proteins. This will fill any holes in your hair shaft that absorb outside moisture, transforming your hair into silky smooth locks.

If you are looking to save money, try some homemade moisturisers including olive oil. Rich in healthy fats and vitamin E, it will leave you with deeply hydrated hair, healing split ends at the same time. This olive oil hair remedy mask will keep your cuticles smooth and healthy. If used regularly, it will leave your hair much stronger and healthier, preventing it from becoming too frizzy.

Remember that you are not the only one and many women struggle with frizzy hair. To keep your frizzy hair manageable, the key is to understand what causes it and keep up a hair care regime…

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Get That Ice Or No Dice! Everyone Should Consider A Diamond Engagement Ring!

Over the last few years, we have seen a lot more flexibility with wedding trends and traditions. No everyone has speeches or seating plans. Some prefer a pink or blue dress, while others choose locations like the Space Centre or Kew Gardens instead of a traditional church. Others choose to head off to a beach, or even to Las Vegas to tie the knot! Some people even choose a ruby, opal or emerald engagement ring. But diamonds still remain the most popular symbol of engagement and here’s why.

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Diamonds

Diamonds more so than pearls or rubies or sapphires are highly prized in the jewellery market. They are beautiful clear colour jewels with a crystal structure. They are, in fact, one of the rarest jewels that you can find on Earth. They are actually produced over million of years when carbon comes under pressure. Or they can also be made in a lab environment, although these are often not as expensive as the naturally made kind.

Symbolism

You should consider a diamond engagement ring because of the expense. Yes, there is no getting away from it. Diamonds are expensive. But why is expense important when you get engaged?

Well, traditionally it plays into the seriousness with which the groom is proposing. It’s almost like security. You know that if he has spent a lot on the ring, he is or likely to go through with the wedding and that he can provide for the future.

Another old fashioned reason is that it can symbolize how much the bride means to her man. An expensive ring shows that he holds her in high regard and will do what he can to make her happy during their married life.

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Diamonds are also one of the hardest materials on earth. Which make them practically indestructible. That means that they are a symbol of lasting commitment you are making by getting engaged.

Are these traditions outdated?

The thing is that we don’t often talk about these traditional conventions. So people aren’t always exactly aware of why expensively is better. Also, there are a little outmoded now women are out there making their own money and paying their own bills.

You have to remember too, that these days most people haven’t just got money to throw around. So they may be looking for a stylish but cheaper option when it comes to getting engaged. That why other stones are becoming more popular.

Of course, it is still nice to have the symbolism of eternal love represented by the diamonds. Luckily, it’s possible to find some gorgeous preloved engagement rings from designer jewellery companies. So you can get the look without spending all of the money you have in reserve for the wedding.

Diamond or nope?

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So times have changed. Getting a diamond engagement ring is no longer about providing security for the future or proving the depths of your love. But they are still meaningful as engagement jewels because they symbolise the everlasting nature of love.

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Office Party SOS! How To Avoid Being On The Worst-Dressed List

We’re in December, and this means that the Christmas countdown has officially begun. For many of us, the festive period involves at least one party. If you cringe every time you read the worst-dressed lists in the papers and magazines, you’re probably hoping to swerve this accolade at your work bash. Here are some tips to make sure you’re the talk of the office for all the right reasons.

Finding a style that suits you

Very few people suit every style of party outfit going. Unless you’re one of the very lucky ones, you’ll probably need to try a few options for size before you find something perfect. When you’re shopping for new clothes, always bear your body shape in mind. Certain shapes and fits will flatter some body shapes much more than others. If you’re not sure what suits you, try on lots of different styles. You’ll also find some helpful tips online. Aim for a look that highlights your best features. If you love your legs, but you’re conscious of your stomach, for example, go for an A-line mini dress. If you’re proud of your abs but you hate your thighs, a crop top and pleated midi skirt will flatter your shape.

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Avoiding underwear issues

Nothing spoils an outfit like a stray strap or a visible knicker line. Thankfully, today, there are all kinds of pants and bras out there. You can buy shapewear to slim you down and give you a fabulous silhouette. You can order backless and strapless bras and pants with no VPL. Or you could opt for something more alluring, like a silk underwear set. Always match the colour of your underwear to your dress or skirt. If you’re searching for underwear this party season, have a look at offers like the Tutti Rouge sale at Knicker Locker.

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Dressing for the occasion

When you’re going to a celebration of any kind, it’s important to dress for the occasion. You don’t want to stick out like a sore thumb or be uncomfortable. If it’s a formal dinner, go for a dress or skirt and heels. If you’re going for lunch or cocktails, skinny jeans and a sequin top or a tailored jumpsuit may be more suitable. If it’s an informal gathering or a fun activity, like outdoor ice skating, opt for a casual look. Check the weather forecast before you leave the house. Take a coat if you’re going to be outside for any part of the evening. You can always take it off and put it in a cloakroom when you arrive.

As a general rule, it’s best to avoid showing too much flesh at a work event. It’s a party, but you’ll be there with your colleagues and bosses. Avoid plunging necklines and incredibly short hemlines. Nobody wants to be the person everybody’s talking about at the water cooler the next day because they’ve exposed a bit too much.

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Buying clothes that fit

This may seem obvious, but many of us buy clothes without trying them on first. Sizing varies so much between different brands and labels. The style of an item can also affect the way it fits you. If you buy a dress, and it’s too small or too big, it won’t look right. Try and make time to try things on in the shop, or order different sizes if you’re shopping online. You can try them at home, and then send the one you don’t want back to the store. Many of us vow to slim down before Christmas parties. But resist the temptation to buy something as an incentive. If you don’t hit the target, you’ll have wasted your money on a dress that doesn’t fit.

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It’s that time of year again. The office Christmas party is looming, and there’s a mixture of excitement and trepidation in the air. We all want to have fun at Christmas, but it’s essential to know your limits when it comes to the work party. Dress for your body type and the occasion. Think about the dress code, and go for something that flatters your shape. It’s important that you feel comfortable and confident, as well as looking fabulous. Try different styles on, and make sure you get your underwear right. If you’re ordering online, give yourself time to find something else if what arrives doesn’t suit. It’s also wise to buy two sizes just in case. Parties are all about having fun after months of hard work, and hopefully, this guide will help you to plan the perfect outfit and steer well clear of the worst-dressed list.

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A Look at the Most Stylish and Popular Pattern and Colour Trends for Autumn/Winter 2016

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The autumn and winter season is definitely upon us, and this is the perfect time to dress according to the trends of this magical season. Have you taken out your wardrobe for the season yet? If you haven’t, it’s time to get those knee-high boots out and stay warm and comfy yet stylish in the best winter dresses, coats, and jackets. But first – it’s also time to get to know the trends when it comes to colours and patterns. Needless to say, there are certain colours and patterns which are beginning to stand out. To establish your perfect look for the season, here’s what you need to know about autumn/winter 2016’s colour and pattern trends. 

The hottest patterns and prints for A/W 2016

Granted, there are many patterns and prints from which you can choose, but according to the experts, there are two main patterns and prints that you should be watching out for: the Prince of Wales checkered pattern, and the ever-popular animal print. The Prince of Wales checkered print has always been a classic, but this season, it has made a definite surge in popularity. But apart from the Prince of Wales check, there are other patterns currently making waves, such as the Houndstooth pattern, the well-loved plaid, and tartan.

When it comes to prints, animal prints are definitely ‘in’ once again. Animal prints are the epitome of style this season, with many famous designers making use of animal prints for all-in-one looks.

The hottest colours for autumn

Autumn is known for its colours, and this season’s colours are a varied combination as well. Pantone colours such as Riverside and Aurora Red are some of the most popular, but there are other colours which offer a great look as well. Let’s start with Riverside – Riverside blue is immensely popular, especially with its cool, strong, and calming effect. Aurora Red, on the other hand, is fast becoming a favourite of fashionistas simply because it’s an unforgettable colour – bold, bright, yet sensual at the same time.

Yet one more colour which is making waves this autumn and winter season is Lush Meadow, which, as its name implies, is a rich, almost (but not quite) emerald green. This vibrant, striking colour is not only beautiful – it’s chic and sophisticated as well.

Other colours, such as Airy Blue, Dusty Cedar, and Spicy Mustard are exceedingly popular, as confirmed by style experts at www.jdwilliams.co.uk. Airy Blue, for one, is similar in shade to sky blue, and this light and relaxing colour is a great autumn/winter choice. Dusty Cedar is an attractive reddish-brown colour, which also evokes memories of spring. Another colour, Spicy Mustard, is a nod to the harvest season, with its yellowish tinge that goes well with geometric, abstract accents.

 

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The Most Essential Factors You Need to Consider when Choosing a Diamond Engagement Ring

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If you’ve decided to ask your beloved to spend the rest of her life with you – if you’re ready to make that commitment – then it pays to think about the process of choosing an engagement ring. It’s a momentous occasion, after all, and it should be considered carefully. Diamonds may or may not be a girl’s best friend (depending on the girl, of course), but choosing the wrong diamond engagement ring is really not the best way to start a life-long commitment. So what exactly should a prospective husband be looking for? For those who want to put their best foot forward, here are the most essential factors you need to consider when choosing a diamond engagement ring.

Think of shape first

A diamond can be cut into various shapes – from more or less round, to oval, to more angular such as square or rectangular. Round ones are the most popular, so in case of doubt, go for the round one. Unless your precious one has a specific shape in mind (and you are sure she prefers it), stick with the round one. On the other hand, buying her a diamond that does not conform to the traditional does make the diamond original.

Does size matter?

Yes – but make sure you stick with your budget and don’t think that buying the biggest stone in the shop automatically means you’re getting the best deal. There are a lot of other factors involved, such as cut, shape, colour, and other factors that affect quality. Furthermore, since it’s an engagement ring (which, we assume, will be worn for a long time to come), it should not interfere with her everyday activities.

On quality

Many factors affect quality, such as cut (which is basically a mark of the workmanship), colour (most people prefer the colourless – or white – variety) and clarity (which is usually determined last and graded in different ways). The quality of the stone is highly dependent on the person who made the rough diamond into the stone it is one the ring.

You may also want to consider where the diamond comes from – where in the world it was mined, which company cut it, and how it actually came to be in your hands and eventually around your loved one’s finger. Ask for certificates – not just to ascertain that it is, in fact, a real diamond you’re going to give, but also to ensure that you have indeed the right size, right grain, right amount of carats, right colour, and right clarity. It’s all about making sure you’re getting what you’re paying for when it comes to diamond engagement rings, after all. You’re making a commitment (in more ways than one), so it should be done the right way. Congratulations in advance!

 

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