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Engagement Rings


5 Reasons To Shop Local When You Buy Jewelry

We know almost everything has gone online these days when it comes to shopping. And sure, there are some benefits to browsing the web, but sometimes shopping online isn’t the best option. We’ve rounded up a few reasons why it's better to shop local for the more significant purchases in your life!

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Trend Alert: Colored Stone Engagement Rings

Everyone wants their engagement ring to be unique. One way to be sure your engagement ring stands apart from the rest is to consider a colored stone instead of a traditional diamond. If you’re thinking a colored stone could be the right engagement ring style for you, check out some of our top picks!

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Is the Ring Before the Ring the Newest Engagement Trend?

Engagement rings can be expensive. So, when making that kind of investment, in a person and in a piece of jewelry, you want to make sure you get it right. While it’s up to you to pick the right partner, there’s a new trend that can help you pick the perfect engagement ring: the ring before the ring.

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Four Tips to Follow for the Best Ring Shopping Experience

If you and your S.O. know there could be I Do’s in your future, it doesn’t hurt to get on the same page as a couple to find the best engagement ring for the both of you when the time comes. Start your process with these valuable tips from Judd Rottenberg, owner and diamond specialist here at Long’s!

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How to Get Lea Michele’s Engagement Ring Look for Less

Inspired by Lea Michele’s engagement ring? Read more to learn how you can find a similar style for your big moment, too.

3 Ways to Buy an Engagement Ring for Less

No matter how much you love your spouse-to-be, it’s not always realistic to spend tens of thousands of dollars on an engagement ring. Luckily, how much you spend does not correlate with how much you love your significant other, but rather an engagement ring is meant to be a symbol of love, passion and commitment --no matter the price tag.