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Delicate Eternity Bands
This trio of bands epitomizes the aesthetic of Brooklyn-based jewelry mecca Catbird: delicate, luxe and totally cool.
To buy: Catbird ‘Fairy Light’ eternity bands, starting at $1,300 at catbirdnyc.com
Hex Stack Rings
Singly, doubled or tripled, these bands from Ariel Gordon won us over with their geometric good looks and subtle sparkle.
To buy: Ariel Gordon ‘hex’ rings, $280-$620 each at arielgordonjewelry.com
Yellow Gold Band with Diamonds
With its handcrafted texture and trio of brilliant diamonds, this nature-inspired band is perfect for a woodland wedding.
To buy: Rebecca Overmann ‘Stream’ wedding band, $930 at greenwichjewelers.com
Rough and Polished Diamond Band
Part of De Beers’ ‘Talisman’ collection, this yellow gold band combines rough and polished diamonds to alluring effect.
To buy: De Beers ‘Talisman’ half-band, $3,250 at debeers.com
Lattice Diamond Band
One of the most romantic jewelry designers out there—Megan Thorne—created this intricate, arabesque band.
To buy: Megan Thorne yellow gold lattice band, $1,000 at greenwichjewelers.com
Pink Gold Marquise Band
Inspired by Aphrodite’s love for her Adonis, this pink gold band features bezel-set marquise cut diamonds that dance around your finger. Perfect for the modern Grecian goddess.
To buy: De Beers ‘Adonis’ band, $3,700 at debeers.com
Cobblestone Band Ring
Tiffany & Co.
Spotlighting trendy rose cut diamonds, this wide band from the world’s most iconic jeweler—Tiffany & Co.—is pure romance.
To buy: Tiffany & Co. ‘Cobblestone’ band, $11,800 and up at tiffany.com
Asscher Cut Eternity Ring
With individual stones as large as many center stones, this eternity band practically needs a bodyguard.
To buy: Kwiat Asscher cut wedding ring, price upon request at kwiat.com
Sapphire and Diamond Thread Ring
Part of Kwiat’s Vintage Collection, this unforgettable Art Deco band mixes sapphires, diamonds and open space.
To buy: Kwiat sapphire and diamond thread ring, $5,250 at kwiat.com
Sapphire Love Knot Ring
The ‘Love Knot’ rings from Finn have become modern icons in the jewelry world. They’re available in several stone and metal combos, but we’re partial to the moody, timeless sapphire.
To buy: Finn love knot ring, $2,100 at barneys.com
Black Titanium and Pink Sapphire Ring
Titanium has long been favored in men’s jewelry, and now designers are spinning it into stunning eternity bands for women, featuring stones that pop against the black—like vivid green topaz and baby pink sapphires.
To buy: Betteridge Collection black titanium and pink sapphire band, $1,000 at betteridge.com
Yellow Gold Scroll Band
Instant heirloom: This medieval-gothic masterpiece is wrought from oxidized sterling silver and 18-karat yellow gold.
To buy: Emily Armenta yellow gold scroll band, $990 at ylang23.com
Light Yellow Sapphire Band
Yellow sapphires are a stunning—and stunningly affordable—alternative to celeb-loved yellow diamonds.
To buy: SundariGems light yellow sapphire band, $350 at etsy.com
Diamond Crown Ring
With tiny diamonds and skin-baring cutouts, this ring is delicate and edgy at the same time.
To buy: Mizuki diamond crown ring, $1,090 at twistonline.com
Ribbed Scalloped Rings
No diamonds needed - these pretty scalloped bands dazzle in their subtlety.
To buy: Megan Thorne ‘Ribbed Scalloped’ bands, price upon request at meganthorne.com