Insta Wrap Up of my fave Diamonds by Raymond Lee Engagement Rings for JUNE!

You guys June is almost over! We’re looking at July on Friday (and an excellent three day weekend, but that’s another story) which means I’m looking back through rose colored glasses at all my favorite Instagram posts from June. Well, not just mine – yours too.

Like Game of Thrones and Chad, I’m having a hard time saying goodbye to this beautiful June. But time and the IG stream waits for no man or lady, so onward we must go. Luckily I’ve got plenty more gorgeous ‘grams up my sleeve for July, but let’s not say ciao just yet to June. At least not until we give your favorite rings a kiss on both cheeks in farewell.

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Sayonara, beautiful Verragio lace shank solitaire! I love the unexpected pairing of an “infinity” shank with a solitaire, rather than its traditional plus one, the halo. Apparently, the people agreed!

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This Gabriel & Co. asscher cut halo stack was one of my favorite re-posts from DBRL, and I love those two twin wedding bands on either side SO much! I continuously hint to my husband that I want them/one for every birthday anniversary and holiday but he’s yet to take the hint. I’ll escalate to shaking him by the shoulders while showing him this picture by Christmas.

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This profile shot of everyone’s favorite RoyalT solitaire inspired me to go black and white. I love how the high contrast shows the stunning texture thoughtfully woven into every detail of this ring.

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Yes. Yes. YASSS. I love this stack, I want to ride off into the sunset with it. One two three Tacori Pretty in Pink rings play nicely together in gorgeous rose gold, and it’s even better in person.

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Here I grabbed a few Verragio settings from each collection to show off that particular brand’s range. From the classic contemporary to bold lines of early aughts designs, Verragio keeps it romantic through and through. My personal favorite is on my index finger – I love those bezel set diamonds binding the lace shanks!

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I DIED when I saw this photo on the Tacori grid for the first time. At JCK (the big jewelry show for luxury brands in Vegas), Tacori unveiled their new styles, the Art Deco Bloom & The Renaissance Bloom. Here they are mixed in with some RoyalT classics – RoyalT are special Tacori rings designed expressly for huge rocks 2 carats and up.

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This Tower halo by A. Jaffe is so incredible. It’s on the impossibly delicate diamond band that today’s brides CRAVE, but the magic is in the side profile. The halo is raised so that it floats above your finger with tiers of smaller diamond rings forming the gallery. It’s airy and breathtaking and a nice twist on this otherwise classic look.

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This pretty floral Tacori Gold set stole my heart, I love the sleek simplicity of the ring and its identical twin wedding band, both strings of diamonds fit snugly together with no air between the Gorgeous, Very Sexy diamonds.

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Finally, I loved this Henri Daussi pairing from DBRL. The warm, pastel yellow diamond is a patented Daussi Cushion Cut, and I love the delicate juuuuust barely split shank halo setting. I also love the eclectic pairing with a rose gold vintage inspired, textured wedding band. Magnifique.

What were your favorite Ringstagrams from June? Let me know in the comments – and add any special requests for July!

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I'm the marketing director for Raymond Lee Jewelers, the voice behind Designers & Diamonds, and the crazy woman obsessively live Tweeting the lack of jewelry coverage at red carpet events.

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