Jewellery and women have been the best of friends from times immemorial. And the best part is, that they fit no matter what age you are. Whether a girl is 18, or 80, her love for jewellery, and especially rings stays just the same. It is pretty easy to buy rings for older women as bulky or flashy ones are also carried effortlessly by them. But if you’re buying for a teenage girl, you have to be more careful of the design. There are many delicate and sober designs that suit teenage girls and can be worn daily too. Let’s take a look at 5 of the most popular and our favourite sober diamond ring designs for teenage girls.
- Interlocking hearts
This simple design looks great even in imitation rings, but with real diamonds, it gives a very elegant look. The ring isn’t a complete circle. It is open ended and can be tightened according to the finger size. Both the ends have tiny little diamond hearts on them and they interlock when you tighten the ring. This design looks lovely on delicate young fingers and also matches most outfits.
- Infinity ring
Everyone has hears or seen the infinity ring. A diamond studded infinity ring is delicate enough to not overdo one’s look and also elegant enough to still look prominent on the finger. This does imitate the wedding ring band or the lab grown diamond engagement rings at times, but is mostly worn by young, unmarried girls. It also serves as a promise ring, so you can gift it to your daughter/sister/friend, etc. on their birthday as a promise. They’ll love and cherish it for sure.
- 3mm tiny round diamond ring
A regular solitaire ring is loved by all girls, young and old alike. But this isn’t the typical solitaire. Here there is a very thin band, usually of white or rose gold, or even silver. There is a very tiny round diamond of 3mm sitting proudly atop the ring. Teenage girls are fascinated the by sheer delicate appearance of this ring. It’s like it’s not even there, but still adds more fragility and elegance to the long and slender, young fingers. This one is a definite favorite among the ‘youngsters’.
- Baguette diamond ring
This design is also similar to the 3mm tiny diamond ring. The band on this one is really thin too. The only difference is that the diamond here isn’t round. It is baguette shaped. Some girls do not like the round diamond on this ring precisely because it is too tiny to be noticed, yet costs a good price. So the size doesn’t seem worth the money. The baguette, on the other hand, is noticed easily and gives a slightly bigger appearance to the ring. It also looks good if one has chubby fingers.
- Twisted single row diamond ring
This design is what you can call giving the infinity ring a makeover. There are two bands: one metal and the other one diamond studded. They are twisted to create a braid like pattern that sits royally on your finger. It is different from the single banded rings and quite appealing as the two bands create a prominent look and a borderline party-wear feel too. So this ring makes you feel like your finger is all decked up.
Often teenage girls look for designs that are decent for their age. Too flashy or ‘older-looking’ rings tend to spoil one’s appearance and may not look appealing. The key to buying a ring for teenagers is to keep the band thin and the diamond small. And you’re good to go. Check out for latest designs at Hatton garden engagement rings stores. They have a lot to offer.