If my S.O. is reading this right now (oh hey Colton, fancy seeing you here!), well that means he’s likely discovered this story open on my laptop, where I left it open to be stumbled upon. It also means it’s the perfect time to drop a little hint about the engagement rings I have saved to my wishlist. Yes, I want a proposal, and I want one soon, and it should come as no surprise to anyone who knows me, the jewelry lover, when I say I have many thoughts when it comes to the extremely fun topic of rings.
Tacori has me wrapped around its finger for a number of good reasons. It's family-owned, based in L.A., a favorite among Who What Wear editors, and loved for its unique, handcrafted jewelry—stacking rings, diamond necklaces, dainty bracelets, to name a few. I became truly obsessed when I started searching for engagement rings and discovered its iconic Crescent Silhouette. The design is truly one-of-a-kind, featuring intricate crescent shapes embedded into every band and placed side-by-side to represent the top portion of a heart. So yes, you could say it's basically the ultimate symbol of love. Want to see a few pretty ones I've saved? Keep scrolling to see my favorite engagement rings, plus the wedding bands I'm eyeing to pair with them. (Seriously, Colton. Keep scrolling.)
The Classic Crescent was the first ring on the site I laid eyes on. I love the sentimental touches put into the design like the inner-facing three-diamond set within each crescent, representing the past, present, and future with your love.
Can we take a moment and just look at how stunning this design makes the diamond? I'd definitely make a statement wearing this, and I'm here for that. This RoyalT design was created by founder Haig Tacorian and includes the signature crescent silhouette and more beautifully intricate details.
I don't know if I could choose one favorite, but this one comes close. The Simply Tacori transforms the signature crescent into a more modern design while keeping it timeless. It's polished, sophisticated, and elegant. And I love that your eye is automatically drawn to the center stone.