How do you know when you have found your Diamond Engagement Ring? For years we have watched thousands come into N.J. Diamonds and move from one show case to the other looking at the endless choice of Diamond Engagement Rings to pick from. Trying on one after the other many times I have heard “I just do not know which one is for me.”
Over the years I have noticed the longer someone is looking the harder it is to pick a ring. N.J. Diamonds has a very large selection of diamond engagement rings over 700. Many customers that come into the store are shocked that they have so many to pick from. Many come to the store after going to so many other stores first when they see the choice of rings almost every one of them say’s
“I WISH I WOULD HAVE COME HERE FIRST.”
I have had customers that come in multiple times and try on endless number of rings, they might bring in friends and family at various times to get their opinion on how rings look on them. I have found after all these years the more rings you try on the more confused you become. You start to loss yourself in all the different styles. You do how ever have to try on many to find the one that is right for you..
Some Time Saving Tips To Do Before You Start Shopping For Your Ring.
1. Take a good look at your hand are your fingers small, long, short, slender.If you have small short fingers, a large ring might not look right on your finger. Big hands, a small ring might get lost.
2. You might want to look at websites before you set out to start looking to get an idea of your style. If you are drawn to one particular style over and over you might want to start with that.Print out pictures of what styles you like bring them with you. This can save time when shopping you can show them to the sales associate and ask if they have anything like that.
3. Know your budget and tell the sales associate what it is. I know some will not agree with this, but if you are looking to spend 2,000.00 why waste time looking at rings that are 10,000.00.
4. Know what cut center stone you want. This happens all the time you have thought about the ring, but not much thought is put into the center stone shape. Do you want princess cut, round, pear, emerald. Spend some time on this if you know what you want you can tell the sales associate at any store you go to so they can point you in the right direction.
What I have seen in most cases the ring that caches the eye right from the start is the one that ends up on the hand. Happy shopping and good luck.