A diamond carries its weight matters, according to Steve Simon. “You can try to find diamonds that ‘face up’ larger than the carat size suggests. For example, a 1.8 carat stone might look more like a 2.1 carat stone.
According to Sparkly, the most popular ring on their Pinterest-like engagement ring website is much more classic than one would expect — the round cut solitaire.
With Sparkly you can search and filter real ring selfies to see what a 1.3 carat diamond really looks like on your size ring finger, and discover the kind of ring you’ll love forever.
The site, which functions as a sort of "Pinterest for engagement rings," allows users to browse the platform for the ring of their dreams with all of the specs.
On Sparkly, you can browse thousands of styles posted by real people to find your perfect bling– you can even search by ring finger size!
Check for hints on her Pinterest boards or see if she has a Secret Registry on Sparkly to get a better idea of the ring style she wants.
Steven is changing the way people shop for engagement rings. They’ve made it all about Shop By Selfie. So now, people can see what rings look like in real life on hands just like theirs.
MySparkly.com is the new hub for all things engagement rings.
The company, which calls itself the Pinterest of engagement rings, allows users to browse rings based on the “four C’s”: carat, cut, clarity and color.