Just so we’re all on the same page, you should know that every single time (and I mean every) I type the word halo I get the Beyonce song stuck in my head for a solid hour. I’m not complaining. I just want you to let that sink in, while meditating on the fact that I’m a jewelry marketing director in 2016. Halo might be the 5th most used word in my overall vocabulary.
Anyway, Tacori is quickly becoming the 6th. I love these rings. They are scrumptious. They’re just incredibly well-made, and there’s no aspect of any setting that escapes those famous Tacori Touches. Every detail is well-thought out, and the rings are beautifully designed from every angle.
My favorite angle is usually the aerial perspective, because diamonds. That’s also where we’ll find the bridal style du jour, the halo. And Tacori halo rings make a statement all their own, somehow finding a way to stand out among the many, many iterations of this style you see today.
This beauty from the Tacori Gold collection features a lacy halo of diamonds that sits below the center diamond. The channel set diamond band is bordered with rich gold milgrain, bringing the carat total weight to 1.28. It also comes in white, rose and platinum!
I’m obsessed with this emerald cut. I love the look of a clean, geometric emerald cut surrounded by a round glittering diamond halo. This one gets an added boost from the intricate Classic Crescent Tacori band.
This stunning soft square halo (which you know I love!) is from the Petite Crescent collection. Petite Crescent takes on the signature Tacori design, but gives it a more diamond-intense look so you see less metal and more sparkle.
The three stone style is my favorite ring. Hands down. But I love when it gets an unexpected update, like this one with a halo around the center diamond. The spotlight diamonds are lovely, G in color and VS in clarity, and add a whopping .59 carats to this setting. This beauty comes from the Dantela collection, which translates into “lace.” The delicate openwork of fine lace is the inspiration for the way the accent diamonds are set.
Lastly, let’s all admire this floral halo from the Full Bloom collection. A seamless halo of diamond petals shines all around the center diamond of your choice. I love that the band was kept simple in precious metal (18kt white, yellow, rose or platinum!) so that the focus of the ring is on the feminine center. I’ll take a bouquet of these any day.
Which of these Tacori halo rings would you say “Yes!” to?