There comes a time in almost every mature, adult relationship when you think about marriage. You look at your significant other and imagine the future. Maybe it’s the way the sun made their eyes sparkle in that moment, their shameless guffaw at the latest straight-to-Netflix Adam Sandler “comedy,” or maybe they have…
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As various studies suggest, millennials are postponing marriage till much later in life compared to previous generations, which means people are also delaying their engagement ring purchases. Strangely, Bank of America considers this a plus for the diamond industry.
A bride-to-be in California is rocking an engagement ring that’s made from her fiancé’s wisdom tooth and she’s loving it.
Apologies to those of you with a big solitaire sparkler on your ring finger, but carat-heavy diamonds are no longer the apogee of engagement ring greatness. Throw away your rings, everyone! Throw them away now!
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Janus Friis, the billionaire co-founder of Skype, is suing his ex-fiancee, a Danish popstar, demanding that she return numerous gifts he gave her, include a $471,000 engagement ring. In the spirit of scorched-earth jilted lovers everywhere, Friis also used the suit to accuse ex-fiancée Aura Dione of “multiple affairs…
Your marriage has ended. That sucks. You guys were great together. Really. And now that you’re not, there’s one thing you really should to do to move on: Make some money off of that engagement ring and throw yourself a vodka party. But how much is a ring worth? And how much should you sell it for?
Last night on the masculinist tragicomedy that is HBO’s Ballers, an intriguing plot line unfurled in which party-guy wide receiver Ricky (John David Washington) tries to make up for his philandering ways by buying estranged girlfriend Bella (Annabelle Acosta) a ring worth $400k.
Aren’t you just so tired of seeing gigantic perfect diamonds and shimmering bands of platinum on the left ring fingers of all your engaged friends? No? Can you pretend to be over it for the sake of this post? Great, thanks.
In today’s news, the Greek financial crisis continues to spiral, wildfires are burning across Alaska, and, oh yeah, Vanderpump Rules’ Katie Maloney and Tom “Schwartz” Schwartz are FINALLY ENGAGED. No big deal!!!!!!!!!!!!
Does my engagement ring conjure a force field when I wield it against prying men? It feels as though it should. It certainly became my new knee-jerk protector—just as a middle finger, rolled eyes, and a husky “fuck you” were back in my single days.
Can't think of too many things that are less romantic than an unmanned aerial device, but okay: At her 36th birthday party on Saturday, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon actress Zhang Ziyi got a big surprise—a nine-carat diamond engagement ring delivered via drone.
Debbie Lopez dumped Joseph Torres, but kept the engagement ring. He sued to get it back, but a judge ruled Lopez could keep it because Torres never "properly" proposed when he gifted Lopez the $10,000 ring. The one she wore on her left hand? On her ring finger? You know, like any old gift ring?
Don't be fooled by a diamond as big as the Ritz: Scientists say that enormous engagement rings are not a predictor of a flawless, Pinterest-perfect life together. If anything, a rock that cost as much as a European vacation is a predictor for divorce. Try not to cluck ominously the next time someone thrusts a couple…
You thought marriages ended too often because they are outdated, sexist arrangements that are flawed to begin with, but maybe it is because the box that the engagement ring comes in is obvious and bulky. Solution: Make the box slimmer.
Now that George Clooney gave his fiancée, human rights attorney Amal Alamuddin, "an ethically mined emerald-cut diamond estimated at 7-plus carats and two tapered baguettes set in platinum," it seems like there's officially a current trend in celebrity engagement rings: fucking gigantic.
A man's romantic footbridge proposal was utterly ruined when, in a fit of nervousness, he dropped the engagement ring into the pond underneath. The newly betrothed couple then spent half an hour digging through muck, trying to find it.
Here's a piece of engagement advice you really shouldn't need: Do not take off your $10,000 engagement ring. Definitely do not take it off in a H&M dressing room. And whatever you do, for the love of God, do not walk off and leave it in the dressing room.
Is the new proposal trend to offer up a mortgage instead of a blingy ring?