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This Curious Engagement Ring Style Is Starting to Turn Heads

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It’s catching on ‘across all fashion senses.’

Raw diamonds are quickly catching on for brides who want their engagement rings to be unique, House Beautiful reports.

The concept isn’t entirely new. Raw diamonds have appealed to women with a Bohemian flair for years.

But now they’re becoming a trend “across all fashion senses,” according to the House Beautiful. They’re often put into a gold setting.

Brides.com also highlighted a raw diamond in a feature late last year on “stunning nontraditional enagement rings.”

There’s probably no denying, though, that’s it’s still an earthy look and won’t appeal to everyone.

Raw diamonds are not the only style to be hailed as the next big thing for engagement rings. A spate of articles earlier this year touted colored gemstones as a hot trend among millennial brides-to-be.

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