Our Top 10 Halo Engagement Rings in 2020

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If you are looking for an engagement ring with major impact, look no further than the halo style! This ring first came into popularity during the Art Deco period, back in the 1920s. Halo rings have become incredibly popular and are second only to the ever popular, classic solitaire style. Halo engagement rings are rings with a halo of diamonds surrounding the center stone. What this style does is make the center lab grown diamond look larger than life, with quarter, third and half carat diamonds looking almost a half carat larger! This is because the smaller diamonds reflect light and draw the eye on to the center stone giving it a major wow moment. The halo is a glamorous style, no doubt, so if this sounds like you, then you’ve come to the right place. And don’t for one second think that these ring styles are too much. After all, a little sparkle never hurt anybody!

 

Check out these trending halo styles!

 

1.25ct Lab Grown Diamond & 1.75ct Lab Grown Blue Sapphire

 

The beautiful Chantilly features stunning details that you are sure to love! The oval cut center stone is the star of the show with delicate filigree details in the gallery, making the ring stunning from every angle.

 

2.0ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

The accented split-accented shank in the Adore ring gives this piece additional visual interest, along with a cathedral style setting and a sparkly surprise beneath the stone. The pear cut gives this ring an antique look that would perfectly suit an old soul.

 

1.25ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

The customizable Rosemary engagement ring can be designed to fit a different size or shape center stone, which means it is quite versatile if you haven’t found precisely the style of halo you are looking for. That said, the beautiful round cut center stone with cushion shape halo looks perfect to us exactly the way it is!

 

2.0ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

If you loved Katherine Heigl’s engagement ring then the Katherine is for you! The ring features a pear shape center stone with a French tip. We personally love how impactful this ring is without saying too much!

 

2.0ct Lab Grown Diamond & 1.5ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

The Kenya is stunning at any angle, featuring front and side halos, along with an accented split accented shank. This ring style is very bold so if you are going for subtlety we might suggest another option.

 

2.70ct Lab Grown Blue Sapphire

 

It is clear that halo rings are for the glamorous type—after all the Flora ring is the perfect combo of vintage and regal. Choosing a blue sapphire center stone is an excellent selection if you fell in love with Princess Diana and Princess Kate's ring.

 

2.0ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

The twisted shank of the Petals ring is the standout feature of this particular ring style. The halo effect is further amplified by the pavé set natural recycled diamond side stones, which continue down the beautiful shank.

 

2.0ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

This princess cut ring with a very delicate shank gives you the best of both worlds—major sparkle and gentle femininity. If you look closely, you will also notice the small split shank as well—a subtle detail.

 

1.5ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

This ring style is named perfectly as that is exactly what it looks like. The cushion cut center stone and diamond-encrusted shank have a striking simplicity that immediately takes us back to the old Hollywood stars of the twenties—exactly when this style became popular!

 

1.5ct Lab Grown Diamond & 2.5ct Lab Grown Diamond

 

How much do we love the Coco ring? It has a novelty and quirkiness thanks to its flared split shank, while still maintaining the glamorous feel of a halo ring. The diamonds along the shank also add to the wow effect of this ring!