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Baguette is Back

baguette diamond ringI’ve never thought about my engagement ring before I was asked the question, I never had a dream “cut” or stone just like I never thought about the venue or flowers so I still don’t know the difference between a princess cut and an asscher cut (if you’re as clueless as me, here is a little help) and the first thing I thought about when I heard the word “baguette” was a delicious piece of bread. Turns out, it had a little more to offer…

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Not to be confused with emerald cut, baguette diamonds (or other stones) are really tiny and much more rectangular. They are usually preffered as daily wear rings when a single baguette diamond is in question but they are also used to adorn the emerald cut rings, to give it a tad more splendor.

Personally, I would love to wear a minimal baguette cut ring as an engagement ring; I sometimes find it really hard to pair engagement rings with other jewelry and even though mine is pretty simple and kind of contemporary (and beautiful), I sometimes (especially when working on computer or washing the dishes) wish it was insensible. These tiny baguettes seem to be perfect for the job.

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image sources: style me pretty, pinterest, instagram

8 Comments

  1. I too am fairly clueless when it comes to stone cuts, but I’ve found myself jonesing for a minimal ring like the one you showed from Bing Bang Jewelry. You’re so right, the baguette is certainly back!

    • eliffilyos says

      I mean if you’re not sure it’s better to get something that you can wear easily for a long time!

    • eliffilyos says

      Yeah, baguette is definitely “classy” above all! Thanks 🙂

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