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Find the Best Yellow Gold Engagement Diamond Ring for Him By Shopping Online

by Whiteshark Media White Shark Media

Whether you're a gay man who wants to give the love of your life a token of how much you care and ask him to be yours forever or you're a woman who likes leaving tradition behind, you're ready to shop for engagement rings. How exciting! Men's engagement rings are becoming increasingly popular, with men wearing them to show off their love for and commitment to the person they're about to marry- whoever that may be. In fact, at least 5% of men are now wearing engagement rings, and the trend is catching fire.

 

In the early 2000s, the men's engagement ring started to rise in popularity. A jeweler in Great Britain designed a handsome ring made of titanium, with some very small diamonds embedded in it, marketing it as a man's engagement ring. With this, a new trend got its start. The timing is probably not a coincidence. This is also right about the time gay marriage become legal and more acceptable in many countries around the world. Gay men wanted to propse and they needed a masculine engagement ring to do so.

 

The only question becomes, what should the yellow gold engagement diamond ring for men actually look like? While some men choose engagement rings covered in diamonds and other sparkles, most men opt for engagement rings that look very much like wedding bands. The good news is that today's men can pretty much create and choose engagement rings that suit their own personal style, due to the fact that no real traditions have developed yet. No one is going to tell you what an engagement ring "should" look like. Men's engagement rings are typically made of materials that many people view as masculine: wood, metals like gold, stone, or even bone. In most cases, the aesthetics of men's engagement rings tend toward the simple and elegant. They sometimes have a simple engraving or texturing to add a touch of visual interest to the ring. Many times the rings have the flash of diamonds, paralleling the engagement ring choices common to women.

 

What about after the wedding? Some men simply transition their engagement bands to use as their wedding ring. Others, wanting to preserve the idea of separate rings, shift their engagement rings to their right hands on their wedding day, so that each of their hands now sends a message about their love and commitment. Others simply save the engagement ring in a special box in order to pass down to children and future generations.

 

It is important to note that a yellow gold engagement diamond ring for him isn't just for gay men. In fact, many men are open to the idea. Hey, everyone likes to be told how important they are and receive a gift! In 2013, a survey showed that up to two-thirds of men would consider wearing an engagement ring. So, why don't more men actually wear them? They're just waiting for their fiancées to make the first move!


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